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Bringing Tools to Market

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Intraspect Software Inc. is upgrading its enterprise platform to allow for more collaboration among a company's employees, customers, partners and suppliers

Lucent Signs Major Deal with France Telecom

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Lucent Technologies announced on Monday that it has signed a major, multiyear contract with France Telecom to provide equipment for a 10-gigabit optical network that the company is building to supply its business customers with additional bandwidth.

HP-Compaq: Still Time to Call It Off

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Shareholders, customers and employees of Hewlett-Packard and Compaq should be thankful for the laws of the United States that mandate a careful review of all mergers such as that proposed between the companies.

Extending a Hand

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Almost lost in last week's tragic events were the efforts of some Internet, computer and communications companies to help victims and assist various relief efforts.

A Watchman to Stand Guard Over the Net

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I ended my article, "There's No Place Like Home Security," by asking readers how to thwart script kiddies and hackers. Readers brought to my attention a Web site called www.myNetWatchman.com, and after reviewing the site, I couldn't be more im

Another Milestone for B2B

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Collaboration tools offer help, but some integration problems may remain.

Storabilitys ASMS for Large Businesses

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Storability Inc., until now a storage service provider, will launch a packaged version of its system designed for large enterprises and companies looking for enhanced services opportunities.

Man vs. Inferno

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One man's escape from the WTC while hell breathed down his back.

David Leip

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David Leip oversees one of the Web's biggest operations. With some 4.5 million Web pages, IBM.com, along with an affiliated call center, generated $9.2 billion in revenue last year.

Protecting E-Mail, Your Weakest Link

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I-managers who aren't convinced that e-mail is their weakest link should be prepared to say goodbye to valuable intellectual property - and they may be leaving themselves open to corporate espionage, public relations fiascoes and legal liability.

Weaving Broadband

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MSOs integrate voice and data

Ban Crypto, Cripple Commerce

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It's easy to list the tools that were used in horrific acts and to argue that depriving ourselves of those tools will prevent future similar incidents. It's easy, but it's wrong.

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