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Is the “Variable Interest Entity” a Viable Model for Doing Business in China?
This article discusses possible regulations that may affect the legitimacy of VIE business structures and recommendations on reinvestment of returns within China and the transfer of valuable assets to WFOEs while having VIEs maintain control of required licenses.
The Business Case for Linux Deployment
Linux has many advocates for use both in servers and on the desktop. The question arises, however, that in view of ongoing legal, financial, and technical controversies whether Linux is an effective enterprise-level strategy. Although there are a number of concerns in regard to Linux adoption, including legal challenges, return on investment, and the cost of ownership, many organizations find the economics of Linux to be positive. Click here to purchase. $95 (USD)
Choose Capital Investments the Right Way
Most organizations use a variety of techniques to budget and pay for their IT investments. A recent Computer Economics survey revealed that capital investments are widely used for major equipment purchases but less often used for peripherals and software. IT managers frequently encounter the need to formulate capital budgets. Knowing how to make these types of budgetary decisions wisely will further the goals of the organization.