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ERP Gets A Complete Makeover
Three major business-application vendors are in the midst of development projects to rewrite their software suites. Given the problems of the past, the improvements need to be more than skin deep.
In Depth: In Slaying Legacy IT Costs, The Data Center Is A Good Place To Start
Companies typically spend 80% of IT budgets on maintenance. Attacking data center costs can let companies shift more of that spending to new projects. You know the drill--you're spending way too much on maintenance, not enough on what really matters. Here's one way to get on the innovation stick.
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