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Oh, When the Saints Go Logging On

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God may be eternal, but timing is everything.

You Want to Keep Employees? Train Them

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Given a choice, which would you choose: more money or more training?

Were Finally Getting Back to the Business of Business

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Once again, I am closeted in a fancy hotel at a conference for startups and venture capitalists.

Tight Skills Market Eases for IT Managers

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You can't really blame Ortez Gude for feeling kind of smug these days.

Operator No. 9: February 12, 2001

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There's nothing like a little bit of money to convince people to put their differences aside.

Jumping Into Chilly Waters

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KPMG Consulting's $2.1 billion IPO won't easily coax others to dive into public market.

Build IT Yourself

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Disenchanted with commercial network-management solutions, this service provider took matters into its own hands.

Theres More Than One Way to Pay the Piper

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Suffering from scope creep brought on by consultants dragging their heels on projects?

Light Works

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Optical sector expands even in downturn

Citrix Forges Alliances for Thin Strategy

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Citrix Systems Inc., at once the champion and primary dependent of the still-unproven hosted applications concept, is advancing with major changes to its flagship product and a number of manufacturing deals with third-party hardware makers.

Hauling Talent By Truckload

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Crossing division lanes to staff new unit quickly.

New Software to Support Marketers

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Blue Martini, Impresse roll out apps that help companies manage costs and workflow processes

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