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Making Privacy Work
Developing a policy to protect customers is only the beginning
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THE NEW WORKPLACE
- Bob Evans Business Technology: FedEx Delivers Innovation
- William Schaff Taking Stock: This IT Workhorse Plows Steadily Through The Rocky Economy
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: It's Time To Get Down To The Business Of Privacy
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: Microsoft's Controversial New EULA Terms
- Chris Murphy IT Confidential
BEHIND THE NUMBERS
- The Operating System? Oh, It's In The Box ...
- War Of Words Over E-mail
- Slick Documents
- Seahawks Score Voice-data Net
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