Stories From The Issue Of » July 11, 2005
Hot-shot entrepreneurs, VC money, even 'paradigm shifts.' Dot-coms revisited? No, it's today's flood of open-source startups.
10 ERP deployments show that megaprojects are standing strong--though they've changed in focus and function.
- Merger Boosts Call-Center Help
- Kiosks Cut Paperwork And Wait Time for Patients
- Digital Images Unleashed
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: Taking Steps To Prevent Child Porn
- Larry Greenemeier Business Technology: Open Source: It's Everybody's Business
- John Soat IT Confidential: War Driving, Worm Bounties, Elvis Online
- Bob Lutz This Month In Optimize: Nothing To Fear From Executive Blogging
- The Advisory Council SmartAdvice: How To Leverage Business-Intelligence Tools
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