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Evolve Shifts to Work Force Automation

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With the newest iteration of its Strategic Workforce Optimization suite, Evolve Software Inc. is entering the IT work force automation space.

Media Giants Get Behind Broadband

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High-speed access - the missing link between pent-up demand and a wealth of entertainment services - is expected to reach critical mass by year's end, opening the turnpike to a new media marketplace worth $200 billion per year.

Are You Fit To Pitch?

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Not every corporate CIO is suited for the consultant's role. Far from it.

Contractor Fees Drying Up

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In a tough market, forecasting, flexibility needed

The Main Event

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Corporate travel budgets are an endangered species these days. But if you've got the funds, NetWorld+ Interop remains a great event for solutions providers.

Whos Your Closer?

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When it's time to pitch your expertise to CEOs, CFOs and other C-level customers, send in your own CIO.

Mary Tolan

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Tolan heads Accenture's $2 billion, 9,000-person outsourcing unit.

SBCs Broadband Moves Anger ISPs

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From San Antonio to San Francisco, ISPs that buy high-speed Internet connections from SBC Communications are hopping mad.

MOM Knows Better

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Microsoft tries managing more than Windows

Bill Conner

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In April, Bill Conner became Entrust's president and CEO - and he's grabbed the wheel at a shaky time.

Cables Rising Czar: Malone

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Media mogul John Malone need not bid for his former company - AT&T Broadband - to emerge a winner in the hottest cable auction of the new century.

Online Grocery Business Still Ripe

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Pure-play Internet grocer Webvan Group might be history, but traditional grocery store chains continue to expand their online grocery efforts.

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