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Social Networking in the Enterprise E-mail
Written by Dan Beckett   

More than 160 senior IT managers and executives gathered at the Piedmont Center in Buckhead Atlanta, GA, for an informative morning of presentations followed by a CIO Panel discussion.

Michael Campbell, Regional Manager at ORACLE, made an interesting presentation on Social Networking in the Enterprise.

A Gallup poll in 2007 concluded that 18% of the employee population of the USA is disengaged. This represents an annual cost of $382 billion to US industry. Putting this figure in context, it equates to over half of the recent government bailout of the US financial institutions.

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WiMAX - The Next Great Technology E-mail
Written by Marcus Guidry   

Many new technologies are emerging within the next few years, but the coolest new technology of the next 25 years will be WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) technology. WiMAX is an IEEE 802.16 specific connection-oriented technology that is designed to deliver high broadband speeds over wireless at lower costs, making it very marketable and adoptive in the IT world. The Intel Corporation describes WiMAX as being “the most important thing since the internet itself”.

Since the WiMAX forum started in June 2001, more than 200 companies and vendors, ranging from silicon vendors to equipment manufacturers to wireless carriers, have joined to support the 802.16-based technology. Some notable standards that were created by this forum includes the 802.16-2004 standard (for fixed and nomadic wireless locations), 802.16e (for mobile wireless), the HiperMAN (developed for European standards), and Wi-Bro (a wireless broadband standard based on 802.16e which is heavily supported in South Korea and other Asian nations).

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Enterprise Portfolio Management in Business Intelligence E-mail
Written by Dan Beckett   

More than 160 senior IT managers and executives gathered at the Piedmont Center in Buckhead Atlanta, GA, for an informative morning of presentations followed by a CIO Panel discussion.

A Portfolio can be defined as the “organization, practices, process and the collection of assets” within an organization, so stated Greg Levins, Director of Business Intelligence at COMSYS. In the BI context portfolio management seeks to address control of the portfolio, but must  include management of the business data also.

Portfolio management focuses on the ability to “manage between IT and the business, enabling prioritization, and health-checks of ongoing projects, not just for process, costs or budget, but for validity against business objectives too”. Effective portfolio management must re-evaluate in-flight projects against changing business scenarios and objectives.

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Is Your Website Working Hard Enough E-mail
Written by Definition 6   

10 Things to Consider about your website.

A lot has changed in the websphere. Web 2.0 became a household word. We now have the ability to reach people by calling them, writing them, emailing them, texting them and even skyping them, just to name a few. Amazon now sells shoes and spark plugs and Google became a verb.

But what does this mean to your business? We want to take a moment to reflect on the impact all this innovation has on your online presence.Below are 10 questions to ask yourself when analyzing your website, to see if it’s really working hard enough for you. Some thoughts mentioned below are new—and some are old--a reminder that even in this fast-paced era, some things never change.

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