Vizard, Michael
July 2007
eWeek;7/23/2007 Innovations, Vol. 24 Issue 25, p30
The article reports on the potentiality of information technology to companies in the U.S. It notes that companies after buying the equipment did not realize that beyond the dimensions of the unit, there lurk an unlimited power that needs to be discovered to bring out its full potential. It served as a search tool that enables the user to locate a specific subject. It served as an intelligence middleware that links a specific transaction and the user such as electronic banking. It offered business intelligence applications wherein specific application programs were created to fit the need of a company. It served as blog servers wherein people can post their opinions and ideas in the web. It served as a deduplication software that enables the user to copy a specific application or topic.


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