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Cultivation of Resources

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PSA tool can speed staffing, other processes.

VerticalNet Founder Retakes CEO Spot

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VerticalNet, which recently set a new corporate direction, now has a new driver to take it down that course.

Out of Babel

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Product description standard under way

Microsoft Will Unveil Web Tool

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True to form, Microsoft Corp. this week plans to announce a product that isn't expected to ship until at least the last half of the year.

PSINet Worth

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First the good news: A U.S. District Court dismissed 14 of 15 class-action shareholder lawsuits filed against PSINet because they failed to include facts that would support the allegations of securities fraud.

Putting Web apps to the test

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New offerings for web content management are available from Mercury Interactive Corp. and F5 Networks Inc.

Pain Relief at the Desktop

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Windows 2000 Professional is easy to install, and most integrators or technicians stave off boredom during the 30- to 60-minute installation process by using automated tools like Microsoft's Zero Administration Kit or programs like Symantec's Ghost to pla

Heavy Metals New Tune

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Network hardware giants find an unlikely way to fight the economic slowdown.

Fighting From Strength

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With 2001 expected to be a year of consolidation in the application services business, Agilera Chief Executive Paul Rudolph put his company ahead of the curve in December 2000 by acquiring another privately held application service provider, Applicast.

Developer Kings

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When historians look back on the current expansion phase of the Internet, they will identify one of its key drivers as the ascendancy of the software developer into the driver's seat.

Wink, Wink Nudge, Nudge

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The ASP Industry Consortium, a group of 700 companies "formed to promote the application service provider industry" recently announced the formation of an End User Council.

Major Surgery

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Like an open-heart procedure, upgrading to Exchange 2000 demands planning, expertise and a skilled practitioner. Are you up to it?

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