Stories From The Issue Of » November 08, 2004
In Search Of Open-Source Experts
As companies ramp up open-source deployments, expertise is in high demand and short supply. The costs of developing talent can add up.
CIOs increasingly juggle multiple roles as heads of non-IT business units and departments
- Automation Speeds Reaction Time
- In Short: Source-Code Sale
- In Short: Next-Gen Phishing
- In Short: Safe Operating Systems
- Gene Alvarez What's Missing From RFID Tests
- Stephanie Stahl Hone Relevancy As You Align Business
- Michael Friedenberg Integrated Suites, IT's Newest Push
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Does Fine Arts + Comp Sci = A Better Future?
- William Schaff Ascential Will Recover With Targeted Sales
- The Advisory Council SmartAdvice: Make Sure E-Business Bids Make Sense And Offer Value
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: A New Way To Slim Down Windows XP, Including SP2
- Parry Aftab The Privacy Lawyer: Privacy Policies And The Patriot Act
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