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Innovators And Influencers 2005
Our annual lineup of industry players to watch may be diverse in its makeup, but they all have two things in common: a keen sense of innovation and a knack for success
To sum up the year, InformationWeek's editors present their list of the most overrated and underrated technologies, ideas, people, and trends.
- Chris Murphy Careers: Merger Casts Cloud Over Future For PeopleSoft Specialists
- John Soat Editor's Note: The Promise of Technology Kept
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Readers' Ideas Take A Bite Out Of Spam
- Michael Friedenberg The Big Picture: Lessons From Business Masters
- John Foley IT Confidential: Bid NT Farewell, Say Hello To AMD's Chips
- William Schaff Taking Stock: The Perfect Present, Or Coal And Sticks?
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: Year-End PC Tasks
- Parry Aftab The Privacy Lawyer: Combat Cyberwarfare
- The Advisory Council SmartAdvice: Consider Purchasing Real-Time Collaboration Applications Through An ASP
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