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By Chris Selland on December 22, 2009
This is by no means a comprehensive list – it’s admittedly biased toward the tech sectors I follow most closely (software and wireless) – but here are a few companies I’ll be keeping an eye on as we move into the new year – some as short-term opportunities, others with a longer time horizon. If, […]
By R "Ray" Wang on December 22, 2009
Keep In Mind Basic Rules Still Apply Regardless Of Deployment Option
The proliferation of SaaS solutions provides organizations with a myriad of sorely needed point and disruptive solutions. Good news – business users can rapidly procure and deploy, while innovating with minimal budget and IT team constraints. Bad news – users must depend more on their […]
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By Jeff Nolan on December 22, 2009
As the U.S. moves to energy policy that emphasizes renewable energy development, we would be wise to consider the impacts on land use and agriculture policy as well as recognize that the relationship between state and federal governments cannot and should not be trampled in process.
By Michael Krigsman on December 22, 2009
Most IT professionals know that project failure is a common and serious problem in organizations of all kinds. New research attempts to quantify the extent of IT failure in the worldwide economy.
By Jason Busch on December 22, 2009
While I plan, over the holiday break, to find as many ways as possible to ignore
numbers, charts, graphics, and useful and creative
quantitative displays of visual information in general, there was a time earlier in the month when, although ove…