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Tying Markets and Partners

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Seeking tighter ties between corporations and their business partners, Click Commerce Inc. is rolling out a new integration product.

The Dot-Coms are Gone, but Their Legacy is Not.

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The era of the nerd is over. It's time to get back to business as usual and solve problems for business instead of showing off your technical prowess.

Marcia Page

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In October 1999, Marcia Page became Texas Instruments' manager of worldwide eMarketing, to oversee the integration of the Web into the company's product-support efforts.

Back-Office Talk

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New standard would link legacy systems

Lasers in the Mist

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Companies say free space optics is best last-mile answer

Tending to the Little Guy

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Startup Semprio aims to help small-biz tenants.

SAP AG Buys Portal Player

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Acquisition of TopTier will help out the software giant's integration work.

B2B Warnings Flood Market

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But retrenchment could open up new services opportunities for partners.

Small Business Is Where The Real Business Is. Dont Forget It

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Last week, I was fortunate enough to speak to integrators and resellers at DTR Business Systems' annual reseller conference about what's new and happening in technology and business opportunities.

ASPects: April 9, 2001

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Portera Systems has been something of a trailblazer in the application services business, focusing on a vertical market - professional services - before vertical markets were cool and becoming the first ASP to offer services based on Oracle soft

SAP Reaches Out to Portals

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If SAP wasn't serious about enterprise portals before, top brass wants to make sure everyone knows the German software giant is now.

5. Ellacoya Networks

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Co-founded in 1999 by former Cabletron Systems exec Kurt Dobbins, Ellacoya's intelligent switch allows service providers to deliver all kinds of advanced services to the desktop, and deliver charges for those services on a single bill.

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