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How document management can help you survive this downturn

You need a reminder that the economy is in the dumps right now as much as a paraglider needs a tornado. But the fact remains, the flow of currency is partially paralyzed, and that means skittish companies are cutting budgets and scrutinizing the management of IT expenses, kind of like they did in '02 post dot-com bubble bust.

February 1, 2010

Mossberg laments lack of bargain Mac in his Fall Guide

Walt Mossberg just posted his fall guide called "Shopping for Basics and Saving Money on Your Next PC" with a focus on tight budgets in tough economic times. Although Mossberg consistently recommends Macs, he can't sidestep the price gap between Macs and Windows boxes this go around:I consider the Mac operating system, Leopard, to be faster, easier and more stable than Windows XP or Windows Vista.

October 30, 2008 by

Belief and open source

As a business model, in other words, open source remains incomplete. While the machine runs great for enterprises who know they have IT budgets, its utility is limited for consumers, artists, and small businesses who need income, not just a cut in expenses, to make it through the day.

January 29, 2007 by

Mortgage companies' IT spending to grow 47% in 2004

The mortgage companies on average will boost their technology capital budgets by 47% in 2004 from a year ago after a 153% annual increase in 2003. On average, total 2003 technology spending, the sum of operating expenses and capital investment, averaged $140 million per company, equivalent to 12% of each company's annual expense.

March 17, 2004 by

Ballmer unveils Windows Server 2003

Microsoft is taking aim at Unix servers with the launch of its new Windows Server 2003. CEO Steve Ballmer appealed to IT managers, saying this is the right product for enterprises on tight budgets.

April 24, 2003 by

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