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  • Cutting Through the Clutter

    Desktop business systems at last begin to succeed in taming the profusion of Websites, cyberpasswords, and software. November 2, 2004

  • Saving Gracefully

    Companies of all sizes now face new pressures that dictate how long they must retain information and how readily they must be able to retrieve it. Information life-cycle management, originally pitched to large firms, may help smaller companies as well. October 27, 2004

  • You Make Me Feel Young Again

    New software can put a fresh face on legacy applications. October 26, 2004

  • Measuring the Business Benefit of IT

    Finance teams have made great strides in measuring IT spending. Now companies are seeking new ways to measure and manage the business benefit of IT investments, even when investments are not tied directly to the bottom line. October 20, 2004

  • More Map, Less Quest

    New ways to visualize data are helping companies close the ''fact gap.'' October 19, 2004

  • Blogging for Dollars

    Once the domain of the disgruntled and demented, Web logs are being embraced by business executives. October 13, 2004

  • Getting On Board

    How ''on-boarding'' software speeds up HR tasks and helps workers settle into their jobs faster. October 12, 2004

  • The Enemy Within

    When it comes to combating worms, Trojan horses, and viruses, technology alone is not enough. October 6, 2004

  • The ABC's of ERP

    To maximize the return on this massive software investment, plenty of planning is needed, even if you've been using ERP for years. October 5, 2004

  • When It Rains...

    During the Oracle-PeopleSoft antitrust trial, Microsoft was described as an ERP giant-killer. But its presence in enterprise applications has fallen short, so far. September 28, 2004

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