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Crypto Headache

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Exporting software still a problem

Fast Facts Infrastructure: February 12, 2001

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One 2 One, the smallest mobile operator in the U.K., launched an unmetered service package last week, hoping to recruit British callers from landline service.

Helping Major Companies Link to Suppliers

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Vendors introducing applications for implementing private exchanges

Sun for ONE

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Battle for Web services expands

Look Whos Talking: February 12, 2001

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Sometimes it pays to invest in your worst enemy. Just ask Sun Microsystems co-founder and chief scientist Bill Joy.

Software Aimed at Purchasing

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As companies see revenues begin to flatten, the demand for increased efficiencies will continue to grow.

E-Biz Weathers the Storm

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Scalable architecture aids Weather.com's site

Watching the Bottom Line

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I'm not a number cruncher. Yet, with each financial reporting season, I find myself spending hours pouring over earnings reports, reading between the numbers to get the right take on a firm's direction, dig out an interesting company tidbit, or, sometimes

PeopleStreets LiveCard in Beta

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Peoplestreet inc. has launched a beta of its LiveCard online service, a contact management tool that allows users to create and exchange self-updating electronic business cards.

Hal Krisbergh

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Founder, WorldGate

A Sign of the (Litigious) Times

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You can't own knowledge, but you can patent software. Tens of thousands of software patents are issued every year, and patents-unlike copyrights-can't be evaded by "clean room" programming.

Supply Chain Gets New Link

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Ariba's planned acquisition of Agile Software could bode well for solutions providers.

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