Intel To Promote E-Business With Book Series

Compiled By Jill Jusko Computing chipmaker Intel Corp. says it will help businesses design and build their e-business strategies with a series of books that will begin publication this fall. The effort, says Intel, was developed with researchers, vendors, and end-users and is intended to show IT decision-makers how to use the Internet for greater business performance. The collection of books is called the "IT Best Practices Series." "The rules for e-business have changed, with greater emphasis on standardization, investment protection, and unconditional uptime," says Dan Fineberg, Intel enterprise/e-business manager. "The goal of this IT Best Practices Series is to bring all the elements of e-business -- theory, planning, build-out, integration, scaling, security, strategy -- together in one place." The first three books will feature content developed in collaboration with META Group Inc. and other companies. The titles include "The Adaptive Enterprise: IT Infrastructure Strategies to Manage Change and Enable Growth."

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