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SAPs Kemna: More With Less

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SAP America CEO Wolfgang Kemna talks about the outlook for 2002 as the enterprise software developer trims its staff by 7 percent and embarks on an integration program.

iWay to Debut Web Services Framework

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The iWay Software subsidiary of Information Builders Inc. will announce Wednesday a new Web services framework to integrate disparate information systems.

IBM to Deliver Managed CRM

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The new service is in response to continuing difficulties companies have had with implementing CRM software

Streaming Media Swimming Upstream

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Streaming media remains as puzzling as ever, if today's Streaming Media East show is any example.

Sprint Wins Ingrams Business

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Sprint says it has inked a multi-year, multi-million-dollar deal to provide complete voice and data services to Ingram Entertainment, a leading home entertainment-distribution company.

PwC Serves Up B2E Portals

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PwC Consulting, the management services unit of PricewaterhouseCoopers is combining multiple alliances with major portal providers, security firms and e-learning companies into its B2E (business-to-employee) practice

Messaging Options Multiply

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Ximian rolls out open-source e-mail client; Microsoft enhances Exchange with Service Pack 2.

Regulating Regulations

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The PR blitz to unshackle Baby Bells ratcheted up last week when a free-market think tank, sent out a letter urging Cabinet officials and the president to drop regulations imposed by the Clinton administration.

New Design Tool for Manufacturers

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Parametric's DDL enables online collaboration with customers, suppliers.

HomeSite Still Tops for Coders

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HomeSite 5, the first release under Macromedia's auspices, is still one of the best options for raw-code developers.

Survey: IT Controls the Tech Budget

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Eighteen months ago, business managers in charge of e-commerce initiatives were picking boutique integrators with an emphasis on creativity and speed to market. What a difference a recession makes.

T-Systems Keeps Truckers IT Works Moving

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Reliability and competitive pricing help make MSP a 'best-kept secret'.

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