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Read CHM Files on iPad

If you have bought GoodReader, you can simply open CHM files as well as keeping them in your library with help of CHMate Lite. These are the steps:

  1. Transfer your CHM file to your GoodReader library
  2. Click Manage Files inside GoodReader
  3. Select the file and choose
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Why CEOs Should Stop Limiting IT Budgets

As CEOs put IT budgets under pressure year after year, CIOs and their teams focus on balancing money spent on running the business (RTB) versus money spent on growing the business (GTB). By decreasing the percentage of their budget spent on maintenance and ongoing operations (RTB), they aim to have a greater share of their budget to spend on projects that grow the business. In the best IT organizations, the ratio can sometimes approach 50:50

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Free FaceBook & Twitter App for iPad

Flipboard brings the timeless layout of print media to social media. No more scrolling through long lists of posts and links. No more jumping back and forth between websites. Your Flipboard is everything you care about in one place. It’s your magazine. It’s your Flipboard.

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Why e-Governance in India Failed?

E-governance in India has by and large a flop show.There are many factors that led to the poor performance of the e-governance in India. The major among them are lack of planning, omnipresent corruption in governmental offices, lack of accountability, misleading policies, etc. Further, e-governance in India has never been considered a part of good governance. Read More . . .

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Top 10 Reasons Why Project Fails

  • Poor planning
  • Unclear goals and objectives
  • Poor stakeholder management
  • Scope creep and feature creep due to objectives changing during the project
  • Unrealistic time or resource estimates
  • Improper delegation of task and responsibilities
  • Lack of executive support and user involvement
  • Projects sometimes fail due to improper communication
  • Lack of proper risk management
  • Inappropriate skills

Via Project Management Blog

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