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Interwise Moves Beyond E-learning; Landry Joins Board

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InterWise moves beyond e-learning into broader enterprise communications space with the release Monday of its Enterprise Communications Platform; adds John Landry to board.

Linux Developers Jump on Bandwagon

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The web services "war" has largely been a series of battles between Microsoft and Sun. The Sun ONE initiative attempts to indoctrinate all Java programmers into the Web services model.

Planning: Keeping the Big Picture in Mind

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It's an unfortunate truism of IT life that there is a strong correlation between purse strings being loosened for security spending and the immediacy of the most recent security incident.

The Push and Pull of the News

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Microsoft introduces XP. Microsoft and Sun Microsystems detail their Web services plans.

Wireless Data at Lower Cost

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Flarion's flash-OFDM takes up less spectrum.

Fast Facts Infastructure: October 29, 2001

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SBC Communications will cut "several thousand" jobs and reduce capital spending by 20 percent, after announcing that its third-quarter net income had dropped to $2.07 billion, or 61 cents per share.

724 Solutions Extends Reach to Carriers

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Wireless application service provider moving beyond financial market.

Feds Plan E-Gov Portal for Business Services

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Starting a business takes know-how, energy, lots of gumption and no small measure of patience to deal with many layers of state, local and federal government bureaucracy.

AirFiber, Alcatel Strike FSO Deal

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A new alliance between AirFiber and Alcatel promises delivery of carrier-grade fat pipes capable of carrying voice, video and data traffic at a fraction of the cost of optical fiber.

New IP Nets Expand Options, Lower Costs

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Businesses are boosting deployments of flexible IP services that can trim their bottom lines while delivering advanced features, including high-quality conferencing and cheap voice and data services that move on the same network.

Call It MS.ASP

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Microsoft tries to remake the application service provider business model.

Canada Post Leads With E-Delivery

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Canada's Postal Service is leading the world in promoting electronic mail, with roughly 100 businesses using the national Epost to send their customers bills and other communications.

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