DEPARTMENT: Editorial pointers
DEPARTMENT: News track
COLUMN: Digital village
Delving into the digital warrens for concealing data.
COLUMN: The profession of IT
We frequently find ourselves immersed in intransigent situations whose resolution demands a disruptive innovation. There are useful strategies for these situations.
Peter J. Denning
DEPARTMENT: ACM honors distinguished members
DEPARTMENT: Call for nominations for advanced member grades in ACM
The SGB EC brought forward a motion to dissolve SIGAPL, the Special Interest Group on the APL and J Languages based on an insufficient level of activity. The SGB EC recommends that SIGAPL's resources be used to provide up to …
A well-designed game transports its players to their personal Flow Zones, delivering genuine feelings of pleasure and happiness.
Why is it that some software engineers and computer scientists are able to produce clear, elegant designs and programs, while others cannot? Is it possible to improve these skills through education and training? Critical to these …
Avoid market failure by aligning system performance with stakeholder expectations.
Dorit Nevo, Michael R. Wade
The interaction between businesses and their customers is ripe for the next leap, and it will require a collection of technologies to build new organizational structures such as demand chains, task-based intermediaries, and consumer …
Levent V. Orman
Developing technology to increase the accessibility of Web sites.
Stefano Ceri, Maristella Matera, Francesca Rizzo, Vera Demaldé
Using a generic and reliable model to anticipate future attack scenarios.
Ido Green, Tzvi Raz, Moshe Zviran
The benefit of low-cost labor must be weighed against the risk of missed deadlines, dissatisfied users, and failure to reduce development costs.
The gap between the perception and reality of the technology skills of first-year college students raises questions about the role of state curriculum standards.
Jeffrey A. Stone, Elinor Madigan
Individual perspectives reflect one's innate value structure and have direct bearing on how one examines problems, classifies information, and makes decisions. The results of this study indicate that when an information system …
Dianne J. Hall, David Paradice
A study of search activity on the Utah.gov Web site.
Michael Chau, Xiao Fang, Olivia R. Liu Sheng
DEPARTMENT: Hot links
COLUMN: Technical opinion
Seeking solid evidence of demonstrable productivity gains.
E. Sonny Butler, Cheryl Aasheim, Susan Williams
COLUMN: Inside risks