Stories From The Issue Of » October 07, 2002
An IT Fixer-Upper
Home Depot is spending big on data warehousing to improve decision making and keep pressure on the competition
Companies are collaborating to save money, save time, and drive new business
Despite threats of hacking and cyberterrorism, security spending remains tight
THE NEW WORKPLACE
- John Soat IT Confidential: A Name, A Degree--What's Really Real
- David Post and Bradford C. Brown On The Horizon: Just Who Benefits From 20 More Years?
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Hang Tight, Rally Is Almost In Sight
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Here's One That's Just Patently Absurd
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: Being Taken For A Real-Time Ride
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: USB-To-Whatever
BEHIND THE NUMBERS
FOLLOW THE MONEY
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