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Get "Get ROI From Design". Posted on 07/21/2002.

I don't know if it's through some agreement, or just a mistake, but the usually very expensive Forrester Report "Get ROI From Design" is available for free download here. Get it while supplies last!

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In addition to that report there are a few other forrester reports in the same directory!
Posted by puzdurk @ 07/22/2002 06:18 AM PST [link to this comment]

Actually, I do think it's a mistake. The honorable thing to do would be to inform 'em (after you download what you need, of course :))
Posted by Joe @ 07/22/2002 09:07 AM PST [link to this comment]

keep in mind that that server is cap gemini ernst and young, consultants. now then, do you trust them with *your* confidential information?
Posted by richard @ 07/22/2002 12:20 PM PST [link to this comment]

Looks like they've locked it up. It was "fine" when I clicked the link last nite, but no go today. Amateurs. ;-)
Posted by cap gemini @ 07/23/2002 09:32 AM PST [link to this comment]

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