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Opticom Grades Service Performance

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Opticom Inc. hopes to take on larger players in the service-level management arena

Lessons Learned in Layoffs

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Enterprises must cope with human, legal issues.

The High Heels are Coming Off

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Last week, Intel and Yahoo-two firms that actually make money-announced that they would miss first-quarter revenue projections by a long shot, and Yahoo's CEO resigned.

Wired Channel

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Manufacturers collaborate with distributors online

Up & Down

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Internet connectivity and performance via satellite will wow you and your customers ... when it works.

Online Advertising: Bigger Is Better

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Internet advertising bureau gives thumbs up for larger banner ad sizes in new industry guidelines

The Wizard Moved Out

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Novell's former chief scientist has a new home. Can he build another Emerald City?

Victims of Dirty Pool?

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Believe it or not, despite the public's hunger for broadband, DSL CLECs continue to fail at a horrifying pace.

We Want Your Cycles

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Free ISP Juno Online Services wants its users to contribute their idle clock cycles to a distributed "supercomputer," which the struggling service would rent to research organizations and corporations that need massive computation power.

Building Broadband Sputters

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Companies wiring buildings for broadband access are starting to sing the blues.

Crunching Numbers

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The headline on the news release blared the good news: "Broadband Access Soars Nearly 150 Percent At Home, According to Nielsen//NetRatings."

E-Biz Brains Standing By—Give Us a Buzz

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Whenever I'm asked to define the focus of eWeek's eBizStrategies section, I begin with one simple idea

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