It happens more often than you think. While we were screening candidates for high-level corporate IT positions, we ran across an eminently qualified individual who tells us he was asked to resign six months after being hired as a senior IT executive. The individual--and the employer--are back to Square 1, bruised and bitter. And it could have been avoided.
May 01, 1998NETSYS | by Teri Robinson, May 01, 1998
IT managers are learning to make good use of Microsoft's Windows NT, sometimes running it side-by-side with other operating systems in a quest for the least expensive, most effective use of computing resources.
April 01, 1998CAREER | by James R. Wolf, April 01, 1998
While many IT managers are wringing their hands over unfilled computing slots and others are racking up frequent-flier miles in their global search for programming help, a growing number of savvy companies are finding experienced technical help much close
March 01, 1998ERP | by Geoffrey James, March 01, 1998
If you thought business process reengineering was a thing of the past, take a look at how a Mexican bank, a health-care network, and an insurer are using intranets to rethink the organization and improve the bottom line.
February 01, 1998ERP | by Michael Jay Tucker, February 01, 1998
NT is evolving fast, but it isn't quite the OS you need for enterprise computing yet. Your best bet, then, may be an odd partnership that combines inexpensive NT systems with battle-hardened UNIX ones.
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