Content posted in February 2005
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The Privacy Lawyer: The Pain Behind The Pictures
Commentary  |  2/7/2005  | 
Professionals leading the fight against online child pornography are deeply affected by the agony their victims experience and more determined than ever to stop it.
Napster Ad Scores Touchdown
Commentary  |  2/7/2005  | 
Napster scored a touchdown with its Super Bowl ad, which showed the Napster kitty holding up a sign that said, "Do the math."
Letters To The Editor
Commentary  |  2/4/2005  | 
Business Technology: Supply Chains Hit Home (Sweet Home)
Commentary  |  2/4/2005  | 
A not-so-Socratic dialogue on in-home supply-chain fulfillment experts, dog food, cereal, TV ads, Webvan, Walgreens, Jim Collins, and just-in-time shampoo shopping.
A Tale Of Revenge, Retractions, And Reverse Engineering
Commentary  |  2/4/2005  | 
It's been a rough week for Chairman Bill. The European Parliament on Wednesday shot down an effort to legalize software patents which could have won Microsoft a king's ransom in licensing fees--and lawmakers swung the axe just hours after Bill Gates stopped in for a visit.
SmartAdvice: 10 Tips For Becoming A Successful Manager
Commentary  |  2/4/2005  | 
The emphasis has to be on leadership and interpersonal skills
Politics-Free KPIs
Commentary  |  2/3/2005  | 
Quiz: Name a non-IT issue that impedes performance management. Answer: Managerial politics.
SmartAdvice: Look For The Business Benefit In Wireless Technology
Commentary  |  2/2/2005  | 
Untethering some business processes could create value, even in daily tasks, The Advisory Council says. Also, here are 10 tips for becoming a successful manager.
When Will IT Begin Acting Its Age?
Commentary  |  2/1/2005  | 
Microsoft last December distributed $32 billion to shareholders. That move, as we learned on Tuesday, boosted personal income in the United States by 3.7% in December. It also suggests that IT vendors are becoming more like other types of companies.
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