Monthly Archives: September 2010

Underinvestment in Information Technology?

Information Week’s Top 500 issue includes highlights of several provocative academic research articles concerning the value of information technology in businesses. The research is directed by Kevin Kobelsky of Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, and is available for downloading at … Continue reading

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Service as Software

The current economic downturn has pushed the Software as a Service (SaaS) hype machine into overdrive. For all the turbocharged hype, SaaS does not solve the core business problem it purports to address – rising costs of information technology. Information … Continue reading

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Manufacturers Coming Home?

William J. Holstein makes the case for returning manufacturing to America in the latest issue of CEO Magazine. He focuses on two main reasons: China is no longer cheap, and long supply chains are too slow. In a way, Holstein … Continue reading

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