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The Check is On the Mail
E-mail monitors; telecom maintenance; IT spending; and more.
Business travelers are flocking to a new generation of ultralight portable computers.
If computer systems don't fit, the merger may slip.
The Phantom Menace of E-mail
E-mail may be the ultimate killer app. But when it's misused, it can prove lethal indeed.
With The Internet, The Whole World Is Listening
Internet technology changes the earnings call from an insider's chat to a worldwide broadcast.
Internet CFOs Have New Attitudes Towards E-Commerce
How Internet CFOs are changing the rules of the game.
Good Customer Relations: So Happy Together
The hottest mantra in corporate computing is customer relationship management.
The Perfect Web Hosting
A new breed of outsourcer asks: Why buy an ERP system when you can lease one--over the Internet?
Linux Battles for the System
Microsoft takes aim at Unix and Novell with Windows 2000. But a new rival has arrived: Linux.
How Can Companies Tame the Cost of Owning PCs?
Commanding the desktop PC. New methods of control are at hand
Plucking More Profit from Production with MES
Automated programs try to fill the gaps ERP systems leave on the shop floor.
Software Straight from the Screen
Newfangled software may revolutionize procurement, but not without some old-fashioned reengineering.
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