Talking Heads

| MCM staff

“What three retail trends do you foresee for 2001?” I don’t have a crystal ball, but my guess is that the economy is going to be soft this year. As for

PC Sales Byte the Dust

| Moira Cotlier

Programmer’s Paradise has seen a shift in buying habits among its core audience of software developers. Without question, computer manufacturers have

Profile: David Bolotsky

| Rama Ramaswami

You were an analyst at Goldman Sachs. What prompted you to become an e-tailer? I had always wanted to run a business, and as an analyst, I felt like I

To Catch a Thief

| Martin Dolphin

Alarming statistics abound on the prevalence of security breaches. A survey released in 2000 by the Computer Security Institute (CSI) and the FBI reveals

Digging Tunnels

| David Pluviose

A network security system consisting solely of firewalls and anti-virus software is no longer viable, according to a report titled, eSecurity: Removing

Good & Plenty

| MCM staff

When you’re angling for a bigger piece of the pie, it’s just plain frustrating when the plate is out of reach. But when the product you need is missing from its pick slot, it’s a recipe for DC disaster.

Puttin’ On the Ritz

| David Pluviose

You may not be running a five-star restaurant, but you’re no less subject to customer service imperatives than the toniest of matre d’s. In today’s competitive

PC Sales Byte the Dust

| Moira Cotlier

Programmer’s Paradise has seen a shift in buying habits among its core audience of software developers.Without question, computer manufacturers have been

Lew Waddey on Outsourcing

| MCM staff

Poor service is the inevitable result if you fail to take the time to manage the third-party fulfillment (3PF) selection process properly.