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Serving Up Virtual Servers

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SWsoft's Virtuozzo offers e-mail, firewall, domain name and other services.

Cutting the Fat From CRM Implementation

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Enterprises find ways to keep deployment costs from gobbling up their budgets.

Putting a Lid on CRM Implementation Costs

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Until recently, implementing CRM software meant either engaging an implementation company that has been trained and/or certified by the vendor or using internal IT resources.

Doing What You Know Best

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The chemical industry seemed to be the perfect e-marketplace. Millions of products could easily be found, bought and sold on the Web. All this added up to a major paradigm shift in the way business was done in the chemical industry.

Katt Pal Needs Passport for Cup of Joe

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In his Dec. 10 column, El Gato cited a Gartner study that stated that about 25 million users are enrolled in Microsoft's Passport system.

Getting the Process Picture

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System Architect yields strong models, but simulation tools still in works.

Northern Light to End Free Web Searches

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Dot-com responds to advertising sales decline by focusing on enterprises.

Siebel Eyes Services

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Next version of namesake CRM suite to support SOAP and UDDI Web services.

Microsoft Ties Office XP To Web Services

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Microsoft looks to make it easier for users to access important information in desktop applications with the release of two new tools that will integrate XML Web services into Office XP.

Microsoft Moves Into Telematics Fast Lane

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Microsoft Corp. late last week tried to re-establish its presence in the nascent automotive telematics field by partnering with Accenture in a broad initiative aimed at providing end-to-end telematics services.

Novell Services Head Looks to Return to Innovation

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Novell Services Head Looks to 'Return to Innovation'

Judge Rejects Microsoft Donation Plan in Class-Action Suits

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Warning that the plan could have put Microsoft's rivals at a disadvantage in the school computer market, U.S. District Judge J. Frederick Motz said it seemed to 'provide a means for flooding a part of the kindergarten through high school market'

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