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A year-long survey of the US power utility infrastructure revealed that it is woefully insecure, and something needs to be done.
Entrepreneurship isn't really something you can measure, but there are ways to tell when the timing is right. Here are five signs that you might be ready for life as a founder.
In 2009, the Federal Reserve Board implemented a survey of families that participated in the 2007 Survey of Consumer Finances (SCF) to gain detailed information on the effects of t...
For the past 12 years, Bank of America Merrill Lynch has conducted a survey of financial executives at U.S. manufacturing companies to understand better how CFOs view the economy a...
Estimating The National Impact Of The Financial Crisis In Indonesia By Combining A Rapid Qualitative Study With Nationally Representative Surveys
This paper draws on a rapid qualitative assessment of the impact of the financial crisis in Indonesia, to generate hypotheses about the potential national impacts. The authors test...
Whether you have already optimized your training function in the past or you realize that you have a long way to go, this paper explains ten practical steps that you can take to we...
IT executives are under intense pressure to cut costs, and that pressure is significantly increased by the current grim economic outlook. So, how can your organization weather thi...
UNIX Server Consolidation Strategies Open Text Exceed onDemand and Open Text Exceed Freedom Remote X Window Application Delivery Solutions
Server consolidation is one of the most discussed IT initiatives in the industry right now. A recent research revealed that the companies are slowing down on their software acquisi...
Server sprawl is a term that describes the IT phenomenon in which multiple over-distributed and under-utilized servers are incurring a higher cost of operation than their return on...
At the 2009 World Economic Forum, the international media speculated that the author would be discussing the end of capitalism. They thought the domino-like fall of financial insti...