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Subject:Re: QUESTION: What is a business case? From:Guy McDonald <guy -at- NWLINK -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 18 May 1998 19:42:42 -0700
"Those are sometimes also called "white papers" and they're all over the
Many of you know about IBM Redbooks... for those that don't, surf to: http://eagle.almaden.ibm.com/redbooks/homepage.html for a peek at some good
work by various writers. Enter a topic, such as RISC, AIX or Windows NT
into the search string field. For some reason, whenever I read "white
papers", I see red.