Citations with the tag: INFORMATION services industry
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- ...And I-Don't-Know's On Third.
Quint, Barbara // Information Today; Apr2000, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p8
Focuses on the problems affecting the online information industry in the United States. Difficulties experienced by customers during search for information resources; Reduction and revision of full-text source collections of database aggregators; Emergence of third parties offering online...
- Shockwaves of the 'ebusiness revolution' apparent in Lisbon.
Quint, Barbara // Information World Review; Dec2000, Issue 164, p22
Presents information on the conference held by the European Association of Information Services in late summer of 2000. Keynote speakers; What is good about the conference; Impact of ebusiness revolution on information industry.
Quint, Barbara // Information World Review; Dec2000, Issue 164, p73
Reveals observations on information industry in 2000. Why library information professionals are leaving the profession; Suggestion to fellow information professionals.
- Welcome to the fifth annual EContent 100.
Manafy, Michelle // EContent; Dec2005, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p20
The article introduces a list which offers a look at 100 companies in the digital content industry.
- EContent 100 Companies.
Manafy, Michelle // EContent; Dec2005, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p21
A chart is presented which offers a list of 100 companies in the digital content industry.
- Controlling a digitally expansive world.
Waddington, Paul // Information World Review; Nov2001, Issue 174, p33
Observes that there is still a serious business in both producing and consuming digital content although many high-profile Internet operations have disappeared. One advantage of delivering information and services digitally; What content management should ensure about a company's content; What...
- bulletin board.
Maddox, Kate; Reidman, Pat // Advertising Age; 11/24/97, Vol. 68 Issue 47, p32
Mentions several items related to the Internet. Wired Digital's laying off of 33 employees; WhoWhere? providing free Web-based E-mail and directory services to Web community iVillage; Selection of i/33 Communications by CompuServe Corp. for promotional services; Yahoo's new online shopping service.
- Pit stop?
McClenahen, John S. // Industry Week/IW; 9/5/94, Vol. 243 Issue 16, p60
No abstract available.
- Somebody want to make this program for TV commercials?
Here, Click // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 06/22/98, Vol. 45 Issue 25, p11B
Features an update on United States information services industry. Creation of AdWiper.com program by WebWiper; Operation of MetaCrawler search service by go2net Inc.; Availability of ICQ chat software for Macintoshes.
Here, Click // Monthly Energy Review; Aug97, p167
Presents information on terms used to define energy resource material.
- Byting the hand that feeds them.
Grossklaus, D. // Washington Monthly; Nov91, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p37
Argues that information vendors are robbing the government blind. The privatization of public information; Data provided free to private information vendors who in turn sell it to the public at high prices; Elitist franchising of government information; The treating of public information as a...
- Drip, drip, drip.
Stoffels, Bob // America's Network; 4/1/94, Vol. 98 Issue 7, p4
Focuses on the importance of continual progress, however small, in the information industry. Analogy of industry's progress with author's experience fixing his roof one winter.
- The price of technology.
Hayes, Cassandra // Black Enterprise; May97, Vol. 27 Issue 10, p53
Reports on the 1997 median salary projections at large companies of information technology professionals. Salaries being paid to system development junior programmers; On project managers; Others.
- Business & finance.
Hayes, Cassandra // Online; May/Jun98, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p12
Presents news briefs on trends and technologies relating to all aspects of online information systems in the United States. Information on Lexis-Nexis Xchange for Business, a Web-based news and business information-gathering tool; Details on the availability of Multex Systems Research-On-Demand...
- Online services updates.
Hayes, Cassandra // Online; May/Jun98, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p14
Presents brief news information as it relates to trends and technologies on all aspects of online information systems. Scientific databases offered by Elsevier Science through SilverPlatter's Search by Search Service; Availability of information from the American Psychological Association's...
- Facts & figures.
Hayes, Cassandra // Online; Sep/Oct98, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p12
Presents statistical information pertaining to the online services industry. Estimate number of digital video disk (DVD) video players which will be sold during 1998; Prediction for DVD read only memory drive sales; Number of active Internet users in the United States.
- Another fine mess?
Weber, Toby // Telephony; 10/23/2000, Vol. 239 Issue 17, p34
Focuses on the competitive local exchange carriers (CLEC). Basis for access rates for incumbent CLEC; Switched access rates for CLEC; Steps taken by CLEC to mitigate the negative effects of their dependence on switched access. INSET: IPO Watch....
- More, more, more.
Weber, Toby // Marketing Tools; Sep/Oct94, Vol. 1 Issue 7, p23
Reports on the study conducted by SIMBA/Communications Trends on the fastest-growing information markets in North America. Sales of the market in 1993; Sectors with the highest growth rates.
- Retooling: Data collection and analysis.
Weber, Toby // Marketing Tools; Nov/Dec96, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p42
Reports on developments related to information collection industry as of November 1996. Includes Trans Union's release of its Sentry attrition model; Customer Insight Co. and Applied Segmentation Technology's joint development of Analytix for the newspaper industry.
Hepfer, Cindy // Serials Review; Summer94, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p5
Examines the implications of the constant reorganization in the information industry to librarians, subscription agencies, publishers, and consumers alike. Four positive impacts of the organizational changes; Mutual challenge posed by changes.
- Cruising the I-way: Jack in, good buddy.
Hepfer, Cindy // Esquire; Dec94, Vol. 122 Issue 6, p132
Presents a pictorial guide to actual and virtual locations on the information highway. Comparison of Internet traffic with that of Interstate highway and citizen's band radio; Attitudes of information highway users; Effect of technological innovations.
- Utlas purchased by ISM.
Hepfer, Cindy // American Libraries; Feb1993, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p119
No abstract available.
- Further Reading.
Hepfer, Cindy // MarketWatch: Technology; Dec2009, Vol. 8 Issue 12, p35
No abstract available.
- Developing Internet services around the island.
Hepfer, Cindy // Caribbean Business; 6/24/2010, Vol. 38 Issue 24, pS19
The article reports on the Internet services that IP Solutions has developed for Puerto Rico.
- IADs: Profiling the Current Market.
Masud, Sam // Telecommunications - Americas Edition; Oct98, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p53
Presents information on the integrated access device (IAD). What is the IAD; Details on the United States market for IADs; Benefits of IADs to service providers; Features of IADs; Names of companies that specialize in the IAD business.
- Take the Risk out of Network Monitoring.
Tracey, Jeremy // Telecommunications - Americas Edition; Jun2001, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p66
Focuses on network management tools used by telecommunicaton carriers and servicer providers. Types of network faults; Capital expenditure of service providers for network technology in 1999; Features of a good network management tool.
- It's All in the Process.
Weldon, Kathryn; Porterfield, David // Telecommunications - Americas Edition; Jun2001, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p72
Focuses on the importance of internal processes for the successful service rollout by integrated communications providers. Involvement of manual or automated processes in all functions of a service provier's architecture; Importance of customer relations management; Tips on how to develop a...
- Content Delivery Meets Voice.
Petrov, Alex V.; Bolton, Mark // Telecommunications - Americas Edition; Jun2001, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p90
Focuses on the benefits for telecommunication carriers of becoming content delivery network (CDN) operators. Estimated value of the market for streaming media by 2004; Difference between voice services and CDN applications; Voice service strategy of CDN operators.
Petrov, Alex V.; Bolton, Mark // Inter@ctive Week; 2/10/97, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p6
Reports on developments concerning computer and online communication companies as of March 10, 1997. Includes Sportsline USA Inc. partnership with CBS television network; Failed deal between America Online Inc. and Fidelity Investments Inc.; AOL President Bob Pittman's business initiatives.
- Week in review.
Petrov, Alex V.; Bolton, Mark // Inter@ctive Week; 07/14/97, Vol. 4 Issue 23, p38
Presents statistical information on interactive communications companies for the period July 1-9, 1997.
- Security alliance to cross license technologies.
Jones, Kevin // Inter@ctive Week; 08/04/97, Vol. 4 Issue 26, p14
Reports that a number of suppliers of security software are grouping together to provide tools that would enable developers to include anti-virus, digital certificate, authentication and encryption features in their products. Identification of the companies joined the SecureOne alliance and...
- Digital commerce.
Jones, Kevin // Inter@ctive Week; 08/04/97, Vol. 4 Issue 26, p24
Presents news briefs relating to the communications industry in the United States. Joint venture between Concentric Network Corporation, Mellon Bank Corporation and the United States Treasury; Information on HealthGate's health-related site; Details on a Web-site designed to showcase the work...
Jones, Kevin // Inter@ctive Week; 08/04/97, Vol. 4 Issue 26, p29
Presents news briefs related to the communications industry in the United States. Details on a web site launched by Time Incorporated and America Online Incorporated through a joint venture; Amount of money StarMedia Network raised in venture capital financing from Chase Capital Partners,...
Jones, Kevin // Inter@ctive Week; 08/04/97, Vol. 4 Issue 26, p31
Presents news briefs relating to the communications industry in the United States. Details on a product to be developed through a joint venture with Analog Devices Incorporated and Libit Signal Processing Limited; Corporate information on Frost & Sullivan; Information on an Internet telephony...
- Two-headed CIO.
Jones, Kevin // PC Week; 4/3/95, Vol. 12 Issue 13, pE/3
Presents the results of a study on information technology (IT) professionals conducted by Forrester Research Incorporated. Leveraging of distributed systems; Issues of retraining, management and leadership; Charting strategy.
Jones, Kevin // PC Week; 4/3/95, Vol. 12 Issue 13, pE/3
Focuses on the time spent by information technology executives with their superiors. Job description; Issues and topics discussed.
- MSPs see niche unifying the growing world of messaging.
Mooney, Elizabeth V. // RCR; 10/18/99, Vol. 18 Issue 42, p14
Focuses on the emergence of a parallel universe of messaging service providers alongside Internet service providers to manage and unify the proliferation of devices and mode. Business opportunities in providing interoperability of wireless and wireline devices which transmit facsimile,...
- Study shows consumers will pay $16 for unified messaging.
Mooney, Elizabeth V. // RCR; 10/18/99, Vol. 18 Issue 42, p15
Reports on the research findings of Infratest Burke InCom that most people would pay up to $16 a month for unified messaging services that include electronic mail, voice mail and facsimile transmission through a personal computer.
- Firms speed toward data network.
Spangler, Todd // Advertising Age's Business Marketing; Jul93, Vol. 78 Issue 7, p9
Reports on data networking in the information service industry. Time Warner Inc. and Tele-Communications Inc.; Joint venture of Apple Computer Inc. and IBM; TCI and General Instrument Corp.; Bell Atlantic and Promptus Communications Inc.; Apple Computer Inc. and three regional Bells; AT&T...
- New attitude.
Moad, Jeff // PC Week; 10/07/96, Vol. 13 Issue 40, pE1
Reports on job satisfaction among IS professionals who are involved in creating Web sites. The results of a PC Week Executive poll of 25 IS professionals as to how satisfied their are working with creating Web-based applications; Researchers report regarding job satisfaction among IS...
- Gearing up for the 1990s hiring wars.
Tinnirello, Paul C. // PC Week; 10/07/96, Vol. 13 Issue 40, pE14
Opinion. Recounts the author's experience at a job fair he attended to recruit new information service (IS) hires. The author's assertion that the fair was more like a circus than a professional event; The several patterns to the hiring wars of the 1990s; Some companies as being successful...
- Not all commodities are created equal.
Johnson, Johna Till // Network World; 9/15/2003, Vol. 20 Issue 37, p28
Elaborates on the distinction between bandwidth providers and information service providers. Description of bandwidth as a commodity; Procurement of the mix of bandwidth, connectivity and services.
Johnson, Johna Till // Adweek Eastern Edition; 4/28/1997, Vol. 38 Issue 17, p42
Reports on developments in the information services industry in the United States as of April 28, 1997. Includes Simon and Schuster Interactive's plan to launch a network of educational Web sites; InterZine's plan to launch a mountain bike Web site; Tritium Network's planned service on free...
- Trade marks and the information professional.
Cohen, Manny // Information World Review; Jul/Aug2001, Issue 171, p12
Discusses how the trade marks affect the information world and the information professional. Importance of a registered trade mark to a company; Requirement of trade mark registration that companies should meet to create a web site with an .es domain; Procedure in registering a trademark; Use...
- The HFC debate.
Carleton, Michele // Telephony; 10/26/98, Vol. 235 Issue 17, p42
Focuses on the debate concerning the use of hybrid fiber/coax (HFC) cable connections to reach the Internet or to send and receive electronic-mail in the United States. Reasons telecommunication firms have lagged behind in offering advanced data services; Neglible number of customers using HFC;...
- Wired for backup.
J. P.; O'Malley, Chris // Popular Science; Aug97, Vol. 251 Issue 2, p43
Reports on data backup for safekeeping through an Internet online service. The service from Connected Corp. called DataSafe; Personal Vault from McAfee; SureFind from SureFind Corporation; How the data backup works; The cost.
- User groups a hotbed of job leads.
Karon, Paul // InfoWorld; 10/9/95, Vol. 17 Issue 41, p65
Offers employment tips to information services (IS) professionals. Employment assistance services offered by user groups.
Karon, Paul // Adweek Eastern Edition; 9/1/1997, Vol. 38 Issue 35, p20
Presents news briefs related to the information services industry in the United States, as of September 1, 1997. Includes redesign and changes in the image of the Palace chat software; John Papanek's departure from New Century Network; Sponsorship of MTV Online.
- Being green.
Bernstein, Peter // Telephony; 06/07/99, Vol. 236 Issue 23, p43
Deals with applications service providers (ASP). Ecology of the market place; What the ASP represents; Its size; Emergence of ASP as the modern converged version of Centrex and computer time sharing.
- Not quite the glitz of the Oscars, but pretty close.
Bernstein, Peter // Information World Review; May2005, Issue 213, p32
Calls for the nominations for the International Information Industry awards in Great Britain.