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Content posted in September 2002
IT Confidential: Reasons To Stay Awake At Night
Commentary  |  9/27/2002  | 
Why can't Catherine Zeta-Jones just leave the technology to us?
Langa Letter: To Sleep, Perchance To Hibernate...
Commentary  |  9/27/2002  | 
Fred Langa sorts out your PC's sleep, standby, suspend, and hibernate modes, and also explains how choosing the right power state saves you money.
Executive Forum:
Invest In The Future: Your Employees
Commentary  |  9/19/2002  | 
Training programs are doubly important when times are tough.
Executive Forum:
The Value Of A Health-Care Supply Chain
Commentary  |  9/19/2002  | 
Collaboration and technical innovation are keys to service.
Executive Forum:
Real Connections At The Internet Party
Commentary  |  9/19/2002  | 
The key to an effective working relationship is making a connection
IT Confidential: How Open Are The Feds To Open Source?
Commentary  |  9/13/2002  | 
HP's approach to open-source was more 'laid back' than IBM's, Perens says.
Taking Stock: Business-Intelligence Demand Stays Strong
Commentary  |  9/13/2002  | 
This software shows it can generate a rapid return on investment
Microsoft Versus Java: The Next Frontier
Commentary  |  9/11/2002  | 
Only the foolish will compare J2ME and .Net feature by feature.
IT Confidential
Commentary  |  9/6/2002  | 
Taking Stock: Bargain-Hunting Amid The Rubble Of The Telecom Collapse
Commentary  |  9/6/2002  | 
Regional phone companies may soon be worth buying.
Secret CIO: Beware The Blog In Your Company's Future
Commentary  |  9/5/2002  | 
The last thing you want are uncontrolled and ever-expanding records of individual activities.
Langa Letter: Traveling With Laptops In The Post-9/11 World
Commentary  |  9/3/2002  | 
Fred Langa offers 10 tips for speeding your electronic gear safely through even the most rigorous security searches.


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