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  • New Orleans CIO: Katrina spurs Internet election

    New Orleans CIO Greg Meffert has initiated an Internet-voting project that will allow displaced residents to cast ballots in the next mayoral election. 

  • Profile: Green Mountain's consumer channel brews ROI

    Green Mountain Coffee Roasters' focus on business pays off when measuring IT return on investment. 

  • Forbes CIO Forum: BTM can cut costs

    If you've got 930 IT projects and a CEO who wants them done yesterday, who you gonna' call? Some CIOs are dialing up a management framework called BTM. 

  • Budget brief: Sneak peek at 2006

    IT execs give Forrester Research a glimpse of their 2006 budgets. 

  • Seeing into technology's future

    By separating technological development into five categories, organizations can better prepare for the future. 

  • Survey: Retention hot, BI not

    IT priorities have shifted in the last year, according to preliminary results of the annual SIM survey. While BI fell off the list as a priority, retaining staff remained a critical concern. 

  • CIOs at SIM: Why IT matters

    Does IT matter? Now more than ever, according to IT executives who gathered in Boston this week to talk about technology as a real-world competitive advantage. 

  • Microsoft to offer role-based tools to midmarket

    Microsoft woos midmarket with role-based software that carries a new brand name, simplified contracts and plans for new server software. 

  • Five things you should know about BI tools

    Most executives understand the benefits of rolling out business intelligence (BI) to all workers in the enterprise. But they may not be prepared for a common set of problems that almost all BI projects bring. 

  • CIOs seek lower TCO with BI

    A new survey says business intelligence is second only to security when it comes to CIO spending priorities.