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My Doors Open

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For most of late September, my daily schedule was devoid of business meetings. It seemed as if the entire high-tech industry was too shocked and too upset to conduct business during such a tragic time for all Americans.

Closing Voice-Over-IP Gap

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Vendors promoting IP need to show smooth telephony, IP relationship.

Fast Breaks Newsfront: October 22, 2001

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InterTrust Technologies, a maker of digital rights management software, expanded its patent infringement lawsuit against Microsoft, alleging that Microsoft's .Net infringes on seven InterTrust patents and at least 50 InterTrust patent claims.

E-Classrooms in Session

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After attacks, e-learning business picks up.

Fast Facts Infrastructure: October 22, 2001

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Bob Metcalfe, credited as the co-developer of Ethernet, has been named to Yipes Communications' advisory board.

Virtela Pursues Managed VPN Niche

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Virtela Communications Inc., a managed VPN services provider, officially opened for business last week targeting enterprises looking for the security and reliability of private networks without the cost of building or managing them.

Bandwidth Allocation Hits the Road

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FCC sets aside frequencies for automotive and other outdoor activities.

Kattoon: October 22, 2001

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Madonna song to tout Microsoft's Windows XP.

Wireless ASP Wooing Carriers

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The Austin, Texas company is planning to focus on three areas for carrier services – payments, alerts and messaging, and portals

Mapics Apps Tuned For IBM Servers

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Mapics Inc., which provides collaborative enterprise applications for midmarket manufacturers, on Monday announced the availability of its new Mapics ERP module for IBM's iSeries platform.

Packaging Business Smarts

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Business intelligence software vendors are quickly aligning themselves with major application developers, as it becomes apparent that companies want analytics to be an integral part of any new deployment.

Anthrax Fears Plague Online Merchants

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The widening anthrax scare has thrown another major wrench into the gears of e-commerce, potentially slowing package delivery, undermining confidence in the mail and raising shipping costs at a time when e-tailers can least afford it.

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