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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.

The New Web Services Battleground

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IBM fires first shot at Microsoft's .Net

Targeting Services Firms

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Lawson's enterprise software upgrade offers tools for operating and tracking business services.

Business Cards the E-Way

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Corex Technologies Corp., in Cambridge, Mass., next month will release the latest version of its CardScan scanner, which scans business cards and puts the cards' data into the correct fields of the electronic address book on a user's PC.

When Customers Manage the Relationship

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There's a new fad in customer relationship management software: proactively encouraging customers to participate in buying decisions.

Can You Collect on ROI?

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A Guaranteed Return Is No Assurance That You'll Get Paid in Full.

Dont Get Too Comfortable

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Software With Embedded Web Services Can Change Work Patterns for Integrators.

Covisint Talks Trash

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Move could be sign of auto exchange's weakness

XML Marks the Hot Spot

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Panel sessions at conferences are usually pretty bland, sparsely attended affairs.

Concert: Out of Tune

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With both of its parents struggling to shake off their staggering debt loads, the joint telecom venture called Concert is looking more and more like an unwanted child.

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