Hey there, I am currently a student seeking a degree in Business but also understand the importance of technology so I am minoring in Information Technology. I am curious about ERP systems as that is what I am learning about in my Management Information Systems class. ERP systems seem to be the future for business operations and I was wondering if anyone sees them being easier to implement in the future? And if they do become easier, why would that be? I understand now that ERP systems can take a very long time to get working smoothly in some businesses …

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OK, so I get up, shower, eat, and open up my email client. Number 4 from the top is a Daniweb email telling me about the wonderful topics currently being discussed - here's the list: * Prevent programs from saving to certain folder? in Windows Vista and Windows 7 * Win7: To Migrate or Not to Migrate? in Windows Vista and Windows 7 * Error Code 8024402c in Windows Vista and Windows 7 * connecting to localhost` in Windows Vista and Windows 7 * Cant install any programs... Help! in Windows Vista and Windows 7 * Windows 7 Regional Themes …

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The stock market seems to be stabilizing after yesterday’s selloff, with the Dow Jones average up 120 points, and the Nasdaq up 24 points in early trading. We’re starting to see a trend where we have more days in positive territory than not – a historical sign that suggests the pros think we’ve hit some kind of bottom in the stock market. Analysts are also starting to weigh in on the relative health of technology stocks. Here’s a glimpse of analyst tech picks compiled by TheStreet.com this morning . . . ➢ Amazon.com: Rated new Hold at Jefferies. $54 price …

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With all the focus on the imminent Obama presidency, the actual health of the economy has taken a bit of a back seat. That changed somewhat after President-elect Obama’s high level economic summit on Friday. In a press conference after the meeting, Obama called the economic data “sobering” and warned that we are facing the “economic crisis of a lifetime.” Increasingly, for the information technology sector, the grim economic news is finally taking its toll. Even the online software market, once thought to be recession-proof, is showing signs of collapse. The SaaS 20 Stock Index is down 40% for the …

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