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Langa Letter: Microsoft's Problematic Updates
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Windows Updates sometimes cause more harm than good. What's the best way to handle them?
Letters To The Editor
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Forewarned Is Forearmed
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Letters To The Editor
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Response From Collegis CEO Tom Huber
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Other Voices: Interns And Solar Power--Largely Untapped Resources
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No one wants interns blowing off duties, but too many managers essentially blow off their internships.
Other Voices: What You're Probably Overlooking About Open Source
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Here's the real reason you need to pay attention to open source. You might say it's arrived in real time.
Letters To The Editor
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Letters To The Editor
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Is Software Quality Job One?
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Ira Grossman reports that the key to shortening software development schedules is having the courage to lengthen the requirements and up-front planning.
Forewarned Is Forearmed
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Editor's Note: Readers' Responses To April 7 Column
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A broad coalition of industry, end-users and politicians is searching hard for a solution to the rising problem of e-mail spam. A mix of legislative and technological means to put a stop to (or at least limit) the problem been suggested. Here are some tips, ideas, and comments from InformationWeek readers in response to a recent column by Editor, Stephanie Stahl.

Have you found a way to stop the probl
Letters To The Editor
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Legal Brief: When The Unthinkable Becomes A Reality
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InformationWeek.com's informal poll shows that 51% of respondents' companies don't have policies regarding child pornography.
Four Steps To Creating Successful Project Portfolios
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The criterion typically assumed to be most important in assessing projects is financial return. But that approach can overlook some huge opportunities.
Letters To The Editor
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The Observer: Exposing And Fixing Weaknesses
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Go along to get along? That doesn't have to be the plan any longer with integration, says Lou Bertin.
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