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Business decision makers (BDMs) are increasingly guiding IT decisions at many leading companies. Here, we explore the shift of influence and examine the top issues facing business innovators, and how each line of business should approach this new relationship with technology.
  • The Dark Side

    Posted December 28, 2000 - 1:51 pm

    The New the Hot the Unexpected
  • Take it slow

    Posted December 28, 2000 - 1:10 pm

    The New the Hot the Unexpected
  • Using metrics effectively

    Posted December 28, 2000 - 1:05 pm

    The New the Hot the Unexpected
  • Slim pickings in cyberspace

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 6:12 pm

    You won't make the kind of margins on the Internet that you thought you would. Get used to it.
  • Miller Electric welds e-commerce strategy with distributors

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 6:11 pm

    Miller Electric has launched an ambitious e-commerce strategy designed to make purchasing easier for customers, but without leaving its distributors out in the cold.
  • Taking Libertease

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 5:35 pm

    The New the Hot the Unexpected
  • The Ghost in the Machine

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 4:53 pm

    The Ghost in the Machine o Room 404, Where Are You? o Help for the Financially Challenged o Time to Pardon Shoeless Joe o Everybody Wants to Rule the World o Where's Waldo?
  • Advice for Failing Dotcoms

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 4:29 pm

    Tempted to buy an e-commerce engine from a dead dotcom? Unless you also acquire the people behind the platform, the technology by itself will be worthless.
  • Advertising Exchanges And Auctions Are Missing The Mark

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 3:51 pm

    ODAC CEO Caroline Oberg critiques advertising exchanges and auctions. She explores some of the reasons why they haven't achieved a great deal of success and suggests an alternative model that would solve some of those problems.
  • Attack points to need for standards for medical records

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 3:35 pm

    Although officials are crafting new online privacy regulations for the health care industry, set for rollout sometime in the near future, analysts and industry players are still skeptical about how effective these specifications will be.
  • Five Uneasy Pieces

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 3:33 pm

    Beneath the hype of hot technologies.
  • Drop a Dime

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 3:30 pm

    The New the Hot the Unexpected
  • By Hook or by crook

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 3:21 pm

    The New the Hot the Unexpected
  • THE MILITARY

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 3:20 pm

    The New the Hot the Unexpected
  • Hazardous Waste

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 12:56 pm

    A smart plan to dispose old computer hardware can save your company from environmental liability.
  • Market Muscles

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 12:06 pm

    EqualFooting.com's mission: to give small companies power to buy online everything needed to run a business.
  • Teaching Johnny to Lead

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 11:58 am

    It's easy to talk about developing leaders. Turning that talk into action is hard. Here's how you can do it.
  • Business Plan

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 11:45 am

    Ten things you need to know about doing business in India.
  • DotKarma

    Posted December 27, 2000 - 11:18 am

    The future looks bright for India's new, IT-driven economy, but significant obstacles remain.
  • Back from the BRINK?

    Posted December 26, 2000 - 6:01 pm

    For years, reports of the death of I.S. have been greatly exaggerated. Today, thanks To new technology options, that's no longer the case.
  • Learning creativity

    Posted December 26, 2000 - 9:38 am

    The New the Hot the Unexpected
  • New York City: Capital of the World

    Posted December 21, 2000 - 3:04 pm

    The New the Hot the Unexpected
  • A Play on Words

    Posted December 21, 2000 - 2:36 pm

    Can real-time language translation software turbo-charge Web revenues? EBSCO is about to find out.
  • Big Brands, Small IT

    Posted December 21, 2000 - 11:49 am

    Four companies, famous for doughnuts, hot sauce, bike locks and a lubricant spray, reveal that you can promote a high-profile brand with a small IT staff.
  • Washington Watch

    Posted December 21, 2000 - 11:33 am

    The New the Hot the Unexpected Congress didn't do much this year to address one of the biggest questions confronting the digital economy?how (or whether)to tax it. But lawmakers left plenty of bills on the table that will define the debate when they reconvene in January.
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