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  • Report Federal IT Cost Reduction Efforts Will Require Process Change To Succeed

    February 6, 2012 | Brian Hopkins

    In an attempt to control IT costs, the US federal government is establishing mandates that are forcing deep and massive technology change. With data center consolidation and cloud migrations...

  • Webinar Living With Risk: Spreadsheets In The Enterprise

    February 6, 2009 | Scott Tiazkun

    The reports on the death of the spreadsheet have been greatly exaggerated. Indeed, spreadsheets remain the tool of choice for many finance functions and for many personnel in various lines of...

  • Report Enterprise Process Improvement Initiatives

    June 16, 2008 | Andy Salunga, Elisse Gaynor

    Enterprise Process Improvement InitiativesFrom: October 2007 North American Business Process And Applications Online Survey

  • Webinar Business Performance: Getting In Gear

    May 9, 2008 | Paul D. Hamerman

    Today's concerns about a weakening economy might serve as a wake-up call for companies and government organizations to be more focused on monitoring business results and taking appropriate actions...

  • Report SOA Adoption: Budgets Don't Matter Much

    Although Adoption Patterns Differ, Firms With Budgets Of Varying Sizes Adopt SOA
    April 9, 2008 | Randy Heffner

    IT organizations with small, medium, and large budgets are adopting service-oriented architecture (SOA) in large numbers; this is true whether looking at overall IT budget, overall software budget,...

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