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Siebel Partner Gives View into CRM Use

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As Siebel Systems Inc.'s worldwide user week conference gets under way in Chicago next week, the issue of how much return on investment CRM applications deliver is sure to be raised, especially since Siebel products tend to be more expensive than other cu

Web Services Wake-Up Call

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The next big wave in application design is out there, gathering momentum beyond the shallows of day-to-day IT.

Free-Space Optics Provides Quick Fix in Manhattan

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Emergency crews and equipment sent by free space optics companies quickly reconnected businesses in lower Manhattan to the outside world.

Lawmakers Express Skepticism About Net Surveillance

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Key lawmakers made it clear Tuesday that the path championed by the Department of Justice for increased Internet surveillance won't be a smooth one.

Geoff Butcher

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More than 60 telecom customers use United Kingdom-based Protek's business and operational support systems software.

Operator No. 9: September 24, 2001

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For a few hours after the terrorist attacks, my e-mail box was uncharacteristically free of spam.

Wiretap Rules to Change?

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U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft's anti-terrorism proposal includes a request to allow the FBI to tap all the communications of a suspect rather than just the suspect's telephone.

Next Small Thing

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"Ahh-nold" lost his memory (and Sharon Stone) in "Total Recall." This nifty digital voice recorder, perhaps named after the movie, would have solved the former problem.

A Federal Web Accessibility Mandate Generates Corporate Interest

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Regulations requiring federal agencies to make their Web sites accessible to disabled people went into effect two months ago.

The Ask Master

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An XML technology makes retrieving web data much easier

Retooling for E-Business

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Owens Corning changes IT strategy.

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