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  • Wireless telecom expense management: A success story

    With the market set to explode and huge potential cost savings, SMBs are looking into outsourcing their wireless telecom expense management, curing lots of headaches along the way. See how it worked for one SMB. 

  • ECM evolution stalled at the $50M hurdle

    The Enterprise Content Management (ECM) market is in a transition period. This free reseach report discusses the market landscape and how to address current implementation hurdles. 

  • Five ways to improve your budgeting process

    The budgeting process is often a very stressful time for IT executives, especially as they face continuing cost pressures and a need to show business value for their technology investments. Columnist James Champy offers advice on how to make budgetin... 

  • Microsoft virtualization license plan met with cautious optimism

    Unlimited virtualization licenses with Windows Server 2003 Datacenter Edition could save money. But users worry that the new licensing scheme is too good to be true. 

  • Consulting, hardware purchases flat in 2007

    IT budgets are expected to increase 4-6% in 2007, according to industry experts. The focus of next year's budgets will be more on software and less on consulting and hardware spending. 

  • Budget battle: Increasing IT's business value

    CIOs who report only IT's "burn rate" and not the "earn rate" are just asking for their budgets to be cut. Gartner advises CIOs to frame the discussion in a new way: Yield. 

  • Budget battle: Increasing the business value of IT

    CIOs who report only IT's "burn rate" and not the "earn rate" are just asking for their budgets to be cut. Gartner advises CIOs to frame the discussion in a new way: Yield. 

  • Security buying in five easy steps

    Choosing a security product or service is not rocket science. But you can save money, reduce stress and have VARS competing for you if you follow these simple steps. 

  • Selling intrusion defense to midmarket execs

    Faced with perpetually tight budgets, midmarket executives aren't easily sold on new security investments and policies. Two IT pros explain how they got what they needed. 

  • Massachusetts CIO quits

    Massachusetts' state CIO quits over lack of funding for the commonwealth's technology initiatives.