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Content tagged with Analytics posted in July 2005
Technology: Can't Leave Home Without It
Commentary  |  7/22/2005  | 
As my wife, Laura, and I head north to Quebec for a vacation in a few weeks, we'll have a traveling companion: a laptop PC. We aren't alone. Lots of people bring their laptops on vacation.
Wi-Fi On The Road Leaves A Lot To Be Desired
Commentary  |  7/20/2005  | 
Despite its unpredictable, frustrating nature, wireless Internet access has become more than just a nice perk available at some savvy hotels. It has become downright necessary to compete for corporate travel business. But based on my experiences with wireless while traveling, there really isn't any reason to rush just yet.
It Takes More Than Ethical People To Make An Ethical Company
Commentary  |  7/12/2005  | 
OK, let's get serious, no quips about corporate ethics being an oxymoron. We all know that a lot of the recent regulatory fervor was the result of an unethical few engaging in downright illegal activities. And now we're all wearing this compliance monkey on our backs.

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