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Not all developers are created equal, Info-Tech says

The research firm says an effective Web site makeover can only be achieved through proper upfront planning, realistic expectations from business leaders, and most importantly, a skilled development team

Critics slam proposed OpenOffice GUI

The open source office suite is aping Microsoft's ribbon GUI in its redesign, causing the faithful to revolt

Oracle buys Advanced Visual Technology

Oracle enhances its retail offering by acquiring U.K.-based 3D visualization software for designing store layouts

Reader’s Digest begins global CRM rollout

Reader's Digest (Australia) has developed a solution internally to aid customer relations management, with plans to roll out to Reader's Digest globally as part of a strategy to converge its systems solutions.

FBI has made major progress, former IT chief says

For the past 18 months, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has been frantically trying to dig itself out of a knowledge management sinkhole created by years of mismanaged IT projects. And according to the bureau's former IT chief, progress to date has been astonishing.

E-commerce meets e-environmentalism

Most Web sites fulfil one of two objectives. Either they try to sell you something or inform you about something. In other words, sites are generally either e-commerce or e-information. Vancouver-based Mountain Equipment Co-op recently launched its revamped Web site which has managed to meld the two into a cohesive unit.

Winning a gold medal for project management efficiency

Good project management saves a lot more than time, it can determine whether or not a project...

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