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Undue Riches

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I don't know about you, but if I missed deadlines and other work-related performance targets, I would certainly be on probation and possibly out of a job.

Knowledge Management Has a Human Side

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The jury is still out on whether knowledge management is ready for prime time, but many forget that the success of these systems depends more on human management than on any technological aspect

A Lesson in E-Biz Survival: Measure or Else

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You might think it would be easy to convince IT managers that it's important to measure their group's effectiveness supporting e-business

Adding Lyrics to New-Economy Blues

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The '80s seemed like a distant, lost dream as el Gato sat at the Moscone Center in San Francisco last week

Raise Your Hand If Youre Clueless

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Clueless is a word thrown around the industry a lot these days, and it's been applied to us for our March 26 cover story, "Internet Armageddon".

Enough With the Whining!

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Have you noticed which company is acting like there is no downturn in the technology sector?

For the Next 3 Seconds, I Predict ...

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For about 3 seconds last year, I thought that there were only three sustainable Internet companies: Commerce One, Ariba and i2, not necessarily in that order

Getting Help Desk to Fly High

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Boeing gets users to manage own passwords

ASPects: April 16, 2001

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The ultimate test of an ASP is the user experience. "Customers are holding ASPs to a higher expectation level than they would their own IT departments," says Amy Mizoras, an analyst at IDC.

eFiles: April 16, 2001

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If forced to choose, DSL diehards would opt for their slick Internet connections over their coffee (63 percent), newspaper (78 percent), radio (74 percent) and cable TV (59 percent), according to a recent survey conducted by digital subscriber line provid

No Bots Allowed!

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One look at Napster, and it's easy to see how new Internet technologies can stir up major conflict.

The Buzz: April 16, 2001

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Last Friday, NBA fans were set to get the chance to do what no other sports fans have ever done: watch a live broadcast of a professional game on their computers

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