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Reducing the Pain of PowerPoint

November 03, 2009 |
Most everybody would agree that working with Microsoft PowerPoint software probably ranks as one of the most frustrating things anybody encounters on a daily basis. There are, of course, masters of
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The Net Neutrality Tax

November 02, 2009 |
Somewhere, somehow, all the equipment and services that make Internet bandwidth being consumed in ever increasing amounts has to be paid for. Although we can count on to some degree advances in
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A Comprehensive Approach to Data Security

November 02, 2009 |
All too often, it takes a high-profile case such as the accusations surrounding insider trading involving the Galleon Group to get organizations to think about the security of their most sensitive
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Living in a Parallel Universe

November 02, 2009 |

Bit by bit, we�re starting to see more practical applications on parallel programming models.

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Adding a New Dimension to Enterprise Applications

October 30, 2009 |

For as long as anybody can remember, the target platform for just about all enterprise applications has been the server running some type of operating system.

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The Future of Business Intelligence in Healthcare

October 30, 2009 |
One of the more significant developments in the intelligent use of IT to help rein in costs kicked off this week in the form a new Web site that allows patients to compare pricing for healthcare
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Building a Real Business Intelligence Network

October 30, 2009 |
It seems like everywhere you go these days, end users want to have more intelligence about the business. But the question that seems to be coming up more often is if there is a difference between
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The Network Pendulum Swings Again

October 29, 2009 |

It seems like every half dozen years or so we see a swing in the pendulum in terms of network bandwidth.

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The End of Licentious Software

October 29, 2009 |
Software licensing is a topic that a lot of people like to discuss, but seems to change very little. Customers would sorely love to have a more usage-based model for paying for software, versus
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The Trouble with Hidden File Transfers

October 29, 2009 |
Just about every organization has someone who indulges in the following illicit behavior. Because the e-mail system is not capable of supporting large file attachments, certain individuals will find
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