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  • Red Sox hit home run with VoIP

    The Boston Red Sox face a unique set of voice and mobility challenges, but the team's IT manager says VoIP has helped the team cut costs and increase productivity. 

  • IDC: Verticals will get 5.8% boost

    IT spending in retail and wholesale industries this year is going to spike -- fueling an 6% increase across 17 vertical markets. 

  • 3-D technology, standards showcased at Forrester event

    Custom-made clothing for less than the cost of a trip to the mall? New industry standards for CAD? They're coming soon, according to industry executives at Forrester Research's Emerging Technology Showcase 

  • A CIO Conversation: MCI's Elizabeth Hackenson

    MCI Inc. CIO Elizabeth Hackenson discusses the IT challenges of rebuilding what was once WorldCom. 

  • Gartner foresees trouble for PC vendors

    As sales growth slows to less than 6%, three of the top 10 vendors could exit the market by 2007, possibly lowering prices for buyers. 

  • Six qualities every great leader needs

    What separates the leaders from the followers? One established leader says there are six qualities that make the difference. 

  • A CIO Conversation: Lands' End's Frank Giannantonio

    Lands' End CIO Frank Giannantonio discusses how IT has helped lead change -- and improve -- the retailer. 

  • Six Sigma -- it's not just for manufacturers anymore

    The Six Sigma methodology was developed in the 1980s by Motorola Inc. to reduce manufacturing defects and improve customer satisfaction. Today, many CIOs at non-manufacturing enterprises are turning to this successful process-improvement methodology... 

  • RFID: Obstacles and infrastructures

    Deployment of radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology is getting a little more static. But RFID should start making waves again once it clears a few hurdles. This Meta Group report spotlights some of the biggest obstacles to RFID adoption.