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  • IT shops deal with growth -- and flat budgets

    Forrester Research projects flat SMB IT budget growth this year. Since SMBs are growing, this will put pressure on IT organizations. 

  • White House asks for increase in SEC budget

    The White House asked Congress on Monday for a 3.2% increase in funds for the Securities and Exchange Commission in its fiscal 2008 budget, with the bulk of the agency's budget intended for its enforcement and inspections divisions. 

  • Dell plans to cut bonuses, 'eliminate redundancies'

    Michael Dell, who last week resumed control of the company he founded, said there will be no bonuses this year and urged employees to "eliminate redundancies,'' according to an email. Dell, 41, said bureaucracy is the "new enemy'" at the world's seco... 

  • CIOs face global competition, more cost pressures in 2007

    Innovation, global competition and staff retention are among the priorities CIOs should focus on in 2007, according to columnist James Champy. 

  • The VoIP migration dilemma

    Looking for a VoIP system on eBay? It's not as crazy as it sounds, and neither are some of these other tips to keep in mind when migrating to VoIP. 

  • SAP is ready for some football

    Your next conversation with your CEO or CFO about a new ERP system might go a little easier, thanks to a new ad campaign by SAP. The software giant is wooing your boss during NFL games. The ad is catchy, but to some experts, SAP's strategy is questio... 

  • Vendors to crank up SaaS offerings to SMBs next year

    Small and medium-sized businesses will outpace enterprises when it comes to IT spending in 2007 -- and vendors will delve deeper into SaaS to reach them. 

  • Battery recalls aren't free

    Notebook battery recalls billed as free could end up costing more than companies expect. 

  • IT spending: CIOs optimistic despite economic warning signs

    A positive economic outlook has CIOs feeling rosy about their IT spending next year, but economists warn shrinking corporate profit growth could burst their bubble. 

  • CIOs confident about budget but plan for economic slump

    A positive economic outlook has CIOs feeling rosy about their IT spending next year, but economists warn shrinking corporate profit growth could be the thorn that bursts their bubble.