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E-procurement of Temp Labor

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Hosted systems can cut the cost of finding and hiring contingent staff.

Heres The Openhack III Deal

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eWeek Labs audits real-world test of Argus' trusted OS; cash prizes await those who get through.

Play to Win

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Game promos drive Web traffic

Court Scraps DSL Exception

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Mega-bell SBC Communications can't ignore price controls when its subsidiary sells Digital Subscriber Line service to other providers, the U.S. Court of Appeals ruled Jan. 9.

Hosts Strut The Latest Line

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Managed services, wireless at top of fashion list.

Bad News!

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Online publishers report cuts

Filling a Phat Niche

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PhatPipe brings broadband to industrial parks.

Ready Or Not, Here "IT" Comes

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New invention set to rattle the world, surpassing even the Internet ... or so they say.

Big Power in a Small Package

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As west coast utilities struggle to keep up with fast-growing demand for electricity, a Milpitas, Calif., start-up claims that a transceiver chip technology breakthrough may cut the power needed to run high-speed network equipment by two-thirds.

WhISPers: January 15, 2001

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The Ear hears that longtime hosting chief Mitch Ferro has left WorldCom to pursue other goals, following his predecessor Paul Hoffman out the door.

GE, Elcom Partner On Procurement

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Elcom Inc. and GE Capital Financial Inc. have developed a credit card-like e-procurement product that enables companies to integrate the processing of large purchases made both online and offline.

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