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July 2006
Bank Technology News;Jul2006, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p14
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The article presents quotes from notable people in IT. Aperture CEO William Clifford notes that at least half of data centers built for the past five years need refurbishing. Joe Ferra, chief wireless officer of Fidelity eBusiness makes a statement on the data speed expectations of mobile-device users. Acquire CEO Lois Melbourne observes that the complexity of human resources technology makes possible the tracking of ownership of assets.


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