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both the cost and the usage. A virtual library can help turn the intranet into a real portal with both key internal and external information available in one place.

Users have come to depend on the Web as an information resource for its speed and ease of access, but many of them need help to use it as a business tool. The thoughtful selection and organization of information resources giv......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Sandy Plisch 03/03/04


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