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  • This Is Progress?

    Twenty years of IT coverage proves one thing: technology gains also bring technology pains. March 1, 2005

  • In the Year 2025

    Which technologies will revolutionize commerce over the next 20 years? Our fearless predictions include 3-D printing, holographic storage, teleimmersion, and more. March 1, 2005

  • Any Storm in a Portal?

    Portals have been a godsend to HR departments, but behind the scenes, they can create plenty of chaos. February 22, 2005

  • How CPM Software Empowers Users

    Corporate performance management software is faster and easier to use than traditional spreadsheets. CPM software offers improved information integrity and flow, and it enables users to develop analytic approaches tailored to their companies' needs. February 15, 2005

  • The Deferred-Revenue Dilemma

    Confusion reigns on how to book software companies' acquired deferred revenue. With no regulatory consensus apparently on the horizon, Oracle's accounting for the PeopleSoft deal could set the standard, one CFO thinks. February 14, 2005

  • IT, Compliance, and Performance Management

    Companies have adopted ERP applications to automate many of their transactions and business processes. What's missing is a unified, integrated view of performance information that includes and analyzes data from ERP and other applications. February 9, 2005

  • Pressing the Money Button

    Enterprise-payments technology promises to simplify and improve bill-paying, once everyone gets on the same page. February 8, 2005

  • Thumbscrew, 2.0

    Software vendors unveil a new program designed to maximize revenues -- their revenues, not their customers'. February 2, 2005

  • Looking for Gaps

    The latest generation of compliance software promises to do more to ease the burden of internal controls assessment. February 1, 2005

  • Counterfeits and Cover-Ups

    The major document security threat to businesses isn't from blockbuster political documents or counterfeiting rings -- it's from employees committing or covering up internal malfeasance. January 25, 2005

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