CIO Symmetry:

September, 2009

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September 25, 2009  1:29 PM

Budget saver: Ramping up process automation with free automation tools

Karen Guglielmo Karen Guglielmo Profile: Karen Guglielmo

Recently, I’ve been talking to CIOs at midsized organizations about whether the recession is over and the recovery has begun. In some industries at least, the cost-cutting isn’t over and the need to do more with less continues as a mandate. Some organizations are now cutting

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September 18, 2009  2:47 PM

Social networking, real-time data feeds — where does that leave IT?

Kristen Caretta Kristen Caretta Profile: Kristen Caretta

The District of Columbia has won the 2009 Innovations in American Government Award in Urban Policy for its

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September 10, 2009  6:49 PM

ERP implementations: In search of ERP best practices

Christina Torode Christina Torode Profile: Christina Torode

Besides the obvious blockades to an ERP implementation -- the cost and the potential long-term disruptions to the business -- midmarket companies are still moving forward with ERP projects. I’ve been getting some interesting questions about how to move an ERP project forward since sharing

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September 4, 2009  2:43 PM

Swine flu and business continuity planning resources

EditorAnne Anne McCrory Profile: EditorAnne

It’s barely September, yet warnings about flu season -- swine flu season, that is -- are circulating fast and furious. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had a press conference this week, and swine flu is top of mind for many who do disaster recovery or business continuity for a...


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