A compliment returned by CIO.com

April 29, 2009
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Thomas Wailgum at CIO.com

On Monday, I featured CIO.com ERP article written by editor Thomas Wailgum. I just learnt that he has returned the compliment in a later piece: What Netbook Fans and Frustrated ERP Customers Have in Common.

It is really interesting to see how responsive to blogosphere comments the professionals are nowadays. The speed of interaction seems to be getting quicker all the time as well.
  


Thomas Wailgum at CIO.com

On Monday, I featured CIO.com ERP article written by editor Thomas Wailgum. I just learnt that he has returned the compliment in a later piece: What Netbook Fans and Frustrated ERP Customers Have in Common.

It is really interesting to see how responsive to blogosphere comments the professionals are nowadays. The speed of interaction seems to be getting quicker all the time as well.
 

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