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Israel on Edge

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Middle East violence worries tech industry

Hold the IP Phone

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Vpacket's VDR allows for VoIP with existing equipment

Speeding Up the CRM Race

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Software companies searching to differentiate their products for managing customer relationships have started pitching speed of implementation.

Untethering CRM From Client

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PeopleSoft 8 CRM upgrade enables Web access, adds integration to company's back-office apps.

Global Commerce

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An international consortium develops an e-business standard that will enable entities everywhere to share information and trade over the Net

Speedy Adoption Expected

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Companies have geared up for schema; tools shield users from complexity.

Internet, Portal Services Converging

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Portals' ability to present various applications and services to multiple users fits Web needs to a T.

ColdFusion Makes Speed, Control Gains

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Macromedia confirms next release is Java-based.

Fit To Be Tied

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Bad co-location deals can drive your customers crazy. But good service-level agreements can keep the peace.

The Death of Killer Apps

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You know it's going to be a long, tough dry spell for technological innovation when the search for coffee beans becomes touted as the next great "killer app."

SOHO No Go

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For the past six months, Interactive Week's Middle Coast crew has been casting about for a decent small office/home office high-speed Internet connection that doesn't necessarily involve the local telephone company.

Introducing the I-Manager

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One of the best things about being a controlled-circulation publication is that we know exactly who our readers are.

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