Stories From The Issue Of » June 14, 2004
Amid today's cost-cutting obsession, is there any room to experiment with new technologies? There is at these companies.
The New Normalcy
Forget flat. In terms of IT budgets, less is more--a lot less. How companies think they can get more by spending less.
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: When Less Is More--And When It Isn't
- Bob Evans Business Technology: It's Time To Stop Playing Chicken With Cybersecurity
- William Schaff Taking Stock: ManTech May Come Back From Its Dive
- Carl Zetie Idealism, Optimism, And Cynicism In The Mobile Market
- The Advisory Council SmartAdvice: Consider Hardware First In Figuring Linux Ownership Costs
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