How low can you go? No, I'm not setting up a limbo line for the WTN readership. The question is more directed at how much low tech is required to get high tech off the ground in your organization.
What got me paying attention to this was the latest spat of identify theft stories. Turns out the perps are not the archetypal Dorito-munching, Dew-swilling hacker......Full article >>>
ll it you're ready to buy so you don't have to pull the pesky thing out but once on entering the mall (no security concerns there I'm sure). The bottom line is that the mall has the usual ability to let you browse and buy stuff without the overhead of on-site storage and a whole graduating class of minimum wage "associates." My sources were mute on whether or not the mall experience would be compl......Full article >>>
rienced?" Are you and your engineers doing what you have to do to be experienced with the ways of your users and of their customers and clients? This isn't the usual call to go get an MBA before you dare breathe a word of IT on your business. It's about going out and encountering the context for our technologies in the daily work lives of non-technologists. We have to be experienced with that envi......Full article >>>
Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 05/24/05Related biology technology :1
. Ten resolutions that could produce a happy new (tech) year