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June 22, 2009

Addressing Performance With Scorecards

Performance management blends BI, financial data and other disciplines, then ties it all to business goals.

Getting Everyone on the Same Page

The key to integrating several IT units in one enterprise was to recognize the expertise of each.

Review: 6 HD Displays, From Midsize to Massive

Does size matter when looking for a great monitor?

Hands On: The Palm Pre

It's a better iPhone in many ways, but lacks the apps and speed.

June 15, 2009

Enterprises Cut Costs With Open-Source Routers

Advocates say open-source routers allow custom crafting at a fraction of the cost of most proprietary enterprise routers.

Review: 3 Low-Cost E-mail Encryption Packages

A trio of offerings that are easy to use and easy to afford.

Review: 2 USB devices offer easy remote access

The Pogoplug and I'm InTouch SecureKey let you access files remotely without negotiating complex remote-control software.

9 easy ways to improve your laptop's sound

Just say no to lousy laptop audio. With a few inexpensive upgrades, your notebook can sound like a million bucks.

How to Cut Network Expenses

Five public-sector CIOs offer tips, from buying IT gear on eBay to the best timing for negotiating with your vendors.

Survey: Unix Has a Long and Healthy Future, Say Users

Computerworld's 2009 survey on Unix use shows that the OS will be alive and kicking for some time to come.

Macs, Windows 7 and Linux

New versions of Windows and Mac OS X are due this fall. So why does Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols think you may want to buy a Linux desktop instead? Easy: Price.

Why Android Won't Beat the iPhone

There are two main reasons why Android won't win the battle for smartphone supremacy, and they have nothing to do with the iPhone enhancements announced last week at Apple's WWDC, says Troy Brumley.

Welcome to the Real World

If IT clients can haggle a better price with vendors, then why not regular consumers with other merchants as well? Watch what happens when the vendor-client relationship spills over into the real world.

June 1, 2009

Rechargeable Batteries: Small Advances Rather Than Large Strides

Silver-zinc and other newer chemistries promise some relief, but mostly it's a matter of slow gains.

Smart and Cheap: BI on a Budget

You don't need new tools to gain insight into your business -- here are eight ways to make the most of what you've got.

IT Gets Ready for the Recovery

Don't just sit there -- now's the time to position your IT department to own the economic upturn when it comes around.

If You Want the Right Job, Ask the Right Questions

And if your questions elicit "the look," run away as politely as possible.

It's Time for the FTC to Investigate Mac Security

Ira Winkler says the company's advertising makes claims that harm users.


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