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  • Best practices for developing SaaS ERP RFPs and SLAs

    Developing a SaaS ERP RFP is different from on-premise, requiring more attention to the vendor’s financial viability. Organizations also need to pay attention to service-level agreements.

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  • Continuous delivery in ALM: Opportunities and challenges

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  • SaaS ERP vs. on-premise ERP software: Six key differentiators

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  • Mobile BI: The misperceptions and the missteps

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  • New tools, APIs spell update for developer credentials

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  • What are the best ways to get job-hunting benefits from my MCAD and MCSD certs?

    I just completed 70-229, Designing with SQL Server. I'm now working toward an MCAD for .NET and then the MCSD.

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  • Increasing size of icon in AUTOCAD2000

    I am currently using AUTOCAD under Windows 2000. When I close down a file to an icon in AUTOCAD2000, if the file name has more than 8-10 characters, I can read the rest of the file name in the icon. Is there a way of increasing the size of the icon, so I can view the whole filename?

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