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Oh, When the Saints Go Logging On

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God may be eternal, but timing is everything.

Were Finally Getting Back to the Business of Business

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Once again, I am closeted in a fancy hotel at a conference for startups and venture capitalists.

You Want to Keep Employees? Train Them

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Given a choice, which would you choose: more money or more training?

ASPs Woes Mirror Those of the Industry

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cMeRun's problems spur questions about the success of hosts in general

Training: Key To Retaining

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Lean times or not, programs pay off

Solving the Deal

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In 1999, Comdisco appeared as a competitor in NetSolve's IPO slide presentation.

Same Cast, New Roles

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IBM's partner executive lineup has changed quite a bit in recent months.

Whats the DMTF Up To?

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The Desktop Management Task Force has released another version of what it hopes will be one of the key building blocks in its slowly evolving network management scheme.

Faster, Cheaper Services Eyed

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Catena Networks launches architecture

Start-up Gives Microsofts Outlook Peer-to-Peer Face

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Microsoft is getting sucked headfirst into the fast-spinning world of peer-to-peer computing whether it wants to or not: XDegrees, a small P2P start-up, has developed a plug-in for Microsoft Outlook that turns it into a peer-based Internet file sharing ap

ICANN Tethered

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Vint Cerf tries to free Internet names group from U.S. oversight

Fast Facts Section B: February 12, 2001

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American Greetings' online unit, AmericanGreetings.com, struck a deal to acquire rival Egreetings Network for $30.2 million.

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