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Madison, Wis. One of the IT industry news rags was making a big deal this week about patent settlements between major players in radio frequency ID tag manufacture. Almost as a throw-away comment, the article mentioned that some customers were claiming failure rates of up to 20 percent.

The tag manufacturer was suggesting other factors like poor pape......

Full article >>> an the underlying technology. It's no surprise that old words like flexible and extensible or new words like agile and extreme have so much allure in IT circles.

Companies I work with are responding to that dynamic tension in two very different ways.

In the first case, they're turning their IT folks into business process consultants. Their function is to understand where automat......

Full article >>> ency of their technology. Either approach is right or wrong to the extent that it is well adapted to the current realities of the organizations.

How can two opposite approaches be correct? Well, sometimes, the more things change the more they stay the same, and sometimes evolution and revolution happen. Just because the realities that shape our decisions today are very different from the ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 09/20/05


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