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Knowledge Management Has a Human Side

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The jury is still out on whether knowledge management is ready for prime time, but many forget that the success of these systems depends more on human management than on any technological aspect

Ex-Workers Paid to Zip Lips

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Nondisparagement clauses raise rights issues.

Your Face Is Good Enough

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Face it, authentication and security are degrading. They degrade system performance and the user

Some Party

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When computing scribe John Dvorak took the mike to introduce the keynote speaker at ISPCON Spring 2001, he drew nervous laughter by noting two ads for the show depicting people about to, or actually, jumping off cliffs.

WhISPers: April 16, 2001

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Independent from WorldCom as it may be, the inevitable post-acquisition brain drain has hit Digex in a big way.

Undue Riches

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I don't know about you, but if I missed deadlines and other work-related performance targets, I would certainly be on probation and possibly out of a job.

Getting Help Desk to Fly High

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Boeing gets users to manage own passwords

6. Telica

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Marlboro, Mass., has its own easy riders snowmobile club, but any members who work at Telica aren't likely to be revving up too much during the week.

Top 10 Companies to Work For

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Gimmicks are out, bottom line is in

8. ASAP Software

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Perks and salaries are easy to compare, but some companies offer employees an atmosphere that is tougher to quantify.

9. Jacada

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When Michael Potts wanted to kick off a campaign to reward the employee who made the biggest contribution to Jacada this year, he tooled into the assembly hall on a Harley-Davidson Hog, dressed from head to toe like a biker in leather gear.

1. Build-A-Bear

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In a little over three years, 51-year-old Maxine Clark has turned Build-A-Bear Workshop into one of the nation's largest retailers of teddy bears through mall stores, direct mail and the Internet - a part of the business that will double this year.

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