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Reader Feedback from CIO December 2000

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Life's Work

Careers and families don't have to be in conflict. A new book by Stewart D. Friedman and Jeffrey H. Greenhaus explains what goes into a balanced life

Written by CIO Staff16 Oct. 00 12:47

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IT News Review - Week ending 29 September 2000

C&W Optus Continues Search for Partners...Security Vendors out in Force at N+I...New Processors, Servers to Spur Sun's Net Effect...Supreme Decision Marks a Microsoft Victory...Microsoft Moves On up to the Enterprise...Opposing Vendor Groups Merge for Metadata...BankWest Selects eCRM Provider...HP Names Fiorina Chairman...First Palm Virus Found...EU Strengthens Consumers' Rights in E-Commerce...

Written by CIO Staff29 Sept. 00 11:17

CIO's Olympics IT Coverage - week ending 29 September 2000

IBM bows out on a high note...UPDATE: SOCOG Faces Damages Over Website...Olympic Pirate Sites Caught in the Act...Olympic Village built on more than bricks and mortar...Channel 7 Ponders Domain Future...Aussie Web Habits Change as City Celebrates...

Written by CIO Staff29 Sept. 00 11:08

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Net Gains

How does one pick a winner on the web these days, anyway? When judging (US)CIO's fourth annual 50/50 Web Business awards, we faced a burning question: What really matters today on the Web, as opposed to three, six or 12 months ago?

Written by CIO Staff14 July 00 11:35

Supply Chain Management

Bernard Teiling, assistant vice president of business process integration at Nestlé SA in Vevey, Switzerland, answers a range of questions about his area of expertise, supply chain management

Written by CIO Staff07 July 00 13:44

MANAGING -- To Hell and Back.

CIOs reveal the projects that did not kill them and made them stronger. All CIOs have at least one turkey in their past-an IT project launched with the best of intentions that simply could not fly. We convinced a group of CIOs to reveal the details behind their own worst nightmares, offering insights on ...

Written by CIO Staff07 Dec. 98 12:35

CASE STUDY - Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector's EIS

AT Motorola Inc.'s SemiconductorProducts Sector (SPS), based in Austin, Texas, putting timely information into the hands of managers used to be a problem, given the global scope of the company's operations. Then in 1994 SPS implemented an executive information system (EIS) that let managers in the finance department quickly access data warehouse information from their desktops. Today SPS has moved the system over to an intranet that's available to other executives besides those in finance, and in the process it has reduced headaches involved in implementing and maintaining new applications.

Written by CIO Staff16 Nov. 98 18:41
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