Stories From The Issue Of » August 30, 2004
Get Ready To Patch
Installing patches to fix application and system flaws is still a major chore for businesses. With Microsoft's XP SP2, they face their biggest challenge.
Road Work In China
The country is a manufacturing powerhouse, but companies doing business there still need help tracking supplies and finished goods.
THE NEW WORKPLACE
- Sears' Five-Year Upgrade Plan
- In Short: ERP Spending To Rise
- In Short: RFID Now Limited To Track-And-Trace Apps
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: Data Quality Is Everyone's Problem
- Bob Evans Business Technology: When Change Is Inevitable, Embrace It
- John Soat IT Confidential: Time To Ferret Out Your Secret Sharers
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Graphics Chipmaker Struggles For Lead
- Herbert W. Lovelace Secret CIO: How To Get Superstars On Your Help Desk
- Lou Bertin The Observer: Losing The War For Lack Of A Nail
- The Advisory Council SmartAdvice: Sync Business Processes Before Deploying Record-Management Systems
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