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In its annual financial report, Apple lists all the potential threats to its future success. Jordan takes a close look at the top 10.
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The success or failure of an outsourcing project can hinge on certain qualities in the relationship between customer and supplier.
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The problems with DRM are many. It not only punishes legitimate customers, it often fails to stop pirates and costs a lot of money for the distributor to develop and deploy; it is ...
Ian Clayton believes customer satisfaction levels should be at the heart of every IT decision -- and he's spent more than three decades finding ways to make that happen.
Intuitive ERP is aimed at the small to mid-market manufacturing enterprise who wants to maximize the efficiency of their business processes without making business more costly or c...
In honor of his 100th IT Consultant column, Chip Camden highlights 100 member comments that made him think, laugh, or both.
Small businesses must concentrate their time and energy on knowing their own industry -- and that often means that effective technology practices get overlooked. Erik Eckel explain...