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March 2000
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Editor's Note

OUTSOURCING can be a taxing experience at best. Whether it's a single project or your entire technology infrastructure, there's a lot at stake. With technology the number three expenditure for most firms, the wrong decision (of hardware, software, or consultant) can cost dearly, and not only in the pocketbook.

How can you best choose consultants, and how can you maximize your investment once you've decided to use outside help? Consultants Catherine Pennington Paunov, Dale Tincher, and Rick Herron offer concrete suggestions for finding and using consultants, and for the best training options.

Also on this month's agenda: We tackle time-and-billing issues in our Second Opinions, SO/HO and Compare & Contrast columns. We also take a look at storage trends, and research options, in addition to our usual panoply of information about the latest products and services.

Next month: Reports on Bill Gates' San Francisco launch of Windows 2000; financing technology; "What's Hot in Handhelds;" and much more! Stay tuned!

Cordially,
Monica Bay
Monica Bay

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Compare & Contrast

Lawtech News

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MIS@ Jeffer, Mangels, Butler & Marmaro

Second Opinions

Small & Home Office

Storage Options

Technology Systems

Web Watch



Snap Shot Joel D. Levy

Software Directory

People in the News

Tech Calendar



ASP Spotlight

Client Notes

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Latest Linux

Mac Corner

Networking & Storage

Office Gear

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Regional Roundup

Security Corner

Training Tools

Utilities Roundup

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