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With 2006 winding down, we thought now would be a good time to reflect back on the past 12 months. In some respects, it was a year of change. Name changes, that is. Previously known as the Information Architect, we changed this tip to its current name, Infrastructure Strategies back in October.

But some things never change. And the quality information and advice that the Infrastructure Strategies tip provides you on a monthly basis are two of them. With that in mind, here we've gathered our top five Infrastructure Strategies tips of the past year.

Without further ado, in no particular order, we present the top five Infrastructure Strategies of 2006 …

SMBs stay competitive with BPM (4/11/06)
Once thought of as an automation and tool exclusive to large enterprises, small and midsized companies can now reduce processing time and collaborate more easily with business processing tools designed specifically for SMBs.

Sarbanes-Oxley -- Prepare or put off? (1/16/06)
The SOX deadline extension allows small and midsized businesses more time to prepare for compliance, but some are taking more chances.

Open source making way in SMBs (8/08/06)
SMBs are slowly learning about the advantages of open source. And the open source market is ready for them.

In the know with intranets (3.23.06)
Small and medium-sized businesses can benefit most from intranets, which offer better productivity, knowledge sharing and money-saving resources.

Unified messaging: It's not just about cost savings (10/10/06)
The SMB market for telephone products is expected to double by 2010. While the cost savings are there, better overall functionality is proving to be even more beneficial.

This was first published in December 2006

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