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Content tagged with Team Building & Staffing posted in May 2007
Oracle Acquisition Is Latest Twist In Obsession With SAP
Commentary  |  5/16/2007  | 
Ah, obsession. It drives the plot of the world's most famous love stories. It gave Glenn Close a role in "Fatal Attraction." It manifests as a disorder that keeps psychiatrists busy. And it lingers between the lines in every announcement that has come from Oracle and SAP this week: an obsession, with the other company.
Why Is Everyone So Afraid Of IT Analysts?
Commentary  |  5/14/2007  | 
The ink was barely dry on last year's InformationWeek cover story analyzing the credibility of IT analysts when the e-mails started hitting my inbox. Some readers applauded our efforts to examine the criticism often leveled at the analyst market, while others thought the story fell flat for lack of specific or new examples. Funny thing about the latter -- whenever I'd get a supposedly jilted customer
What's the Most Innovative Software?
Commentary  |  5/9/2007  | 
That's a trick question, because most of the innovation I'm seeing at the Software 2007 conference in Silicon Valley this week isn't in traditional, on-premise software, it's in software services.
Tips To Offshore-Proof Your Tech Career
Commentary  |  5/3/2007  | 
For IT professionals, the word "offshore" is probably on the same list of dreaded terms as "death" and "taxes." But unlike dying and paying Uncle Sam, being a casualty of offshoring isn't inevitable.
The IT Paycheck Battle of The Sexes
Commentary  |  5/2/2007  | 
Hey ladies -- if you're out there -- take a look at these numbers. You're earning about 86 cents for every dollar your male IT counterpart makes. (But you sort of knew that already, didn't you?)
Age Is Just A Number, Or Is it?
Commentary  |  5/1/2007  | 
Feeling old? Apparently for some people, the IT profession makes them feel older than they are because employers are ready to put them out to pasture.


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