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Users advised to be careful with Oracle ULAs

Oracle's unlimited license agreements can make great sense for companies that want to use a lot of the vendor's software, but a number of potential pitfalls can get buried in the fine print, according to a new Forrester report.

Six steps to minimize layoff impact

In many cases, it doesn't matter how good you are at your job or how hard you work. That pink slip could still land on your desk. Here are seven strategies to help minimize the blow of a layoff

Turning around a failed business case

Whatever their cause, failed business cases are a major source of grief for CIOs. In today

Crystal Reports EULA causing training headaches

Independent trainers and courseware providers argue licensing changes are putting them out of business. Why enterprises should read user licences carefully

Five ways to get more from your vendor

Some IT organizations are under pressure to cut costs quickly. Forrester Research says one of the best ways to start is by negotiating the savings away from equally stressed out vendors and service providers. Third in a five-part series

Manulife Financial joins server virtualization crowd

The Toronto-based company expands an outsourcing agreement with IBM that

EU competition chief advocates open standards

Europe's competition commissioner has cautioned Microsoft in its efforts to get recently-approved status for its Office Open XML format. There's already another open document standard, and some feel adding another will split scarce IT resources

Canadian government a tough sell, says Mitel chairman

Federal procurement practices, which allegedly favour foreign systems integrators, are helping to bury Canada's IT and telcom industries, Mitel Networks Corp. chairman Terry Matthews said Wednesday.

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