European IT Forum roundup

The European IT forum has become an annual gathering for some of the keenest minds in Europe to brainstorm on e-business

This year is no different with speakers like Nicholas Negroponte, Steve Ballmer and Jan Steenkamp of OpenTV, all with their own views on how Europe will face up to the next 12 months. NEWS Incubators feel the heat as dotcom ardour cools
Thu, 14 Sep 2000
European venture capitalists predict the fallout from the dot.com frenzy is not yet over. Negroponte: "3G will not see the light of day"
Thu, 14 Sep 2000
Nicholas Negroponte pricked a few bubbles at the European IT Forum in Monte Carlo Wednesday describing Europe's lead in mobiles as illusory and that 3G will not see the light of day. Ballmer bytes: Beating the drum for .net
Wed, 13 Sep 2000
The gremlins struck in Monte Carlo Tuesday felling the satellite before Ballmer's keynote, forcing the Microsoft President and CEO to bang the drum for .Net by voice only. European IT Forum: WAP needs lessons from i-mode
Tue, 12 Sep 2000
WAP must learn from i-mode, but should still survive the challenge from the East if it can find a better way of rewarding applications developers. European IT Forum: Internet is the enemy of profits
Tue, 12 Sep 2000
Traditional business models will not secure your future according to Harvard professor. European IT Forum: Wireless for all technology -- Dell
Mon, 11 Sep 2000
Everyone loves the 30-something millionaire, but haven't we heard him say all this before. What do you think? Tell the Mailroom. And read what others have said. Take me to the Mobile Technology Special Take me to The road to 3G Take me to the e-commerce special.