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Fast Facts Infrastructure: January 8, 2001

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Troubled fast Internet service provider Covad Communications has turned loose another 400 workers, dropping its payroll to about 2,300.

Lessons for the Year Ahead

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If your business made it out of last year alive, and if we've learned anything during the last official days of the 20th century, that lesson may be that the Internet can't solve all of our problems, that not all businesses can run on it, that it isn't th

The Future Is Not What It Used to Be

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As the dawn of the new year approached, El Gato took a moment to contrast the reality of the year 2001 with Stanley Kubrick's epic vision.

Integrating Web Apps: Pain and Horror

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Just when you thought it was safe-when there would be no more ERP implementation debacles in your future because, well, big ERP projects are history-along comes Web-based application integration.

Pair Unveil Net-Based Banking Service

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Financial accounts aggregator Yodlee Inc. and National InterBank, which provides private-label banking software and services for online businesses, are trying to muscle in on one of banking institutions' core functions: moving assets.

eFiles: January 1, 2001

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For many fortune 500 companies, it's all talk and no walk when it comes to e-procurement.

Web Boutiques Collapsing

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Profits and growth for Internet integrators down.

Convergence on Trial

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Alcatel is offering a starter kit of new voice and data convergence services for medium-to-large businesses interested in testing IP telephony without spending a fortune or eliminating legacy systems.

E-Tail Raises Expectations

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When Bill Cosby did TV commercials for the financial services firm E.F. Hutton, the tag line was simple but telling: "Because ... it's my money." Not just a low price, but also customers' confidence that they won't regret the "bargain,**

Food Markets Get a Taste of New Services

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Foodmarketexchange.com and Foodtrader.com Inc. are beefing up their respective food and agricultural exchanges with new services and capabilities.

Cutting Edge of Schema Editing

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Small companies are often the nimblest. Take Altova, of Vienna, Austria, which has delivered the first Extensible Markup Language tool I have seen that supports the World Wide Web Consortium's XML Schema candidate recommendation.

B2B: See the Big Boom Go Bust?

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E-markets faulted for weak business models

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