Friday, July 28, 2006

Announcing mrc's new customer portal

mrc's newly re-designed Customer portal was created using m-Power and has more of a dashboard feel. Here's what you can do with it:

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Reactive to proactive: How to escape the 80-20 Rut

This article in Computerworld, "Escape the 80-20 Rut" is a great little follow up to the white paper we discussed last week about determining the value of your IT projects.

This article gives you some other ideas on how to save by creating a consolidation strategy, and as they put it: "The goal is to free up dollars and personnel from maintenance and management tasks and create an infrastructure flexible enough to react to business changes and problems."

Monday, July 24, 2006

The secret to finding the Value of IT might all be in where you look.

In a recent poll by CIO Insight, 94% of IT executives at companies that don't measure any ROI say that it's because it's too difficult to calculate.

But perhaps we're making it too complicated. Here are some quick and dirty measurements you can pull together to create a better understanding of the value of your IT projects.

This article by one independent IT research firm gives you the high points to predicting ROI to help establish the value of your IT initiatives:
Measuring your Return on Investment: Quick Reference Guide»

And here's one of ours, containing a lot of good general information about where to find value in Web initiatives Determining the Value of Delivering Web initiatives with m-Power»

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

What SQL Server Magazine has to say about m-Power

Have you seen the recent blurb on mrc in July's edition of SQL Server Magazine?

It talks about how m-Power has helped solve the universal problem: how to get business intelligence to users in the form they need it...when they need it.

Read it here»

Thursday, July 13, 2006

Cool Web Typography Tool you should know about

After your crash course last week on the basics of Web Typography, here's a free, and easy-to-use tool to help you pick and choose the look of the text on your Web site.

The tool, called Typetester is used via the Web, and it will help you to drive home that Typography knowledge you picked up in last week's article.

A link to the tool, and some quick pointers on how to use it, is located in this new Forum post.

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

The future of e-mail

Technologies emerging from R&D labs will make e-mail more productive and give it new roles in the next few years.

This article gives insights from industry experts about what we can expect from email in the future.

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