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5. Ellacoya Networks

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Co-founded in 1999 by former Cabletron Systems exec Kurt Dobbins, Ellacoya's intelligent switch allows service providers to deliver all kinds of advanced services to the desktop, and deliver charges for those services on a single bill.

Back-Office Talk

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New standard would link legacy systems

Waiting for Godot, Bluetooth

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Sometimes this business can seem like participating in, or at least watching, a Samuel Beckett play

Things To Do When Times Are Tough

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I preached a "stick-to-basics" survival strategy in my March 19 column.

Some Laws are Worth Observing

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In the 20 years we've been in business, we've helped hundreds of companies improve their productivity with the apps we sell.

And Now, Some Good News

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XML, a misleadingly simple idea, is quickly becoming convincing proof of a notion we've often championed: Multivendor standards are the right way to do IT

Phones Get Smart

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But jury's still out on their value

When Worlds Collide

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Computer telephony integration

Fast Breaks Newsfront: April 2, 2001

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PSINet canceled its March 29 earnings Webcast, raising doubts on whether the embattled telecom company will survive.

Portal Buzz, Again

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Creating enterprise portals can be lucrative, but they're tough to implement.

Mirapoint Offers a New E-Mail Security Option

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Sitting pretty Mirapoint Inc. last week unveiled Mirapoint Message Director, an e-mail firewall that sits between a company's internal messaging system and the Internet

Handful of Spam

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Wireless operators can't easily control rogue messages

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