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Tiny chips may revolutionize all areas of supply-chain management
Running The Numbers
Companies hold different views on whether now is the right time to increase IT budgets, cut them, or hold steady
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THE NEW WORKPLACE
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Real-Time Business In The Real World
- Chris Murphy IT Confidential: Reasons To Stay Awake At Night
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Once-Mighty Tech Market Takes A Dive
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: To Sleep, Perchance To Hibernate...
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: Be Ready When Recovery Comes
BEHIND THE NUMBERS
FOLLOW THE MONEY
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