Stories From The Issue Of » January 20, 2003
As companies take a more holistic view of their business processes, application vendors are defining how they'll meet changing needs
Employees are a lot like consumers in how they look for data. But is giving them Google enough?
Companies can cut costs significantly by implementing software that manages users' access to applications
- Letters To The Editor
- Paul Grill Soccer, Shrimp, and Business Intelligence
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Out With The Old, In With The New
- Bob Evans Business Technology: First Steps Toward A New Business Model
- John Soat IT Confidential: Productivity, Yes. But Profitability-Maybe
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: An Industry In Transition
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