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Chief Strategy Officer: Got What It Takes?

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In the "e" world, little makes sense, but what does is made coherent by a fluid approach to money, markets, management and technology.

P2P Gets Jury of Its Peers

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Testers say it has a place in enterprise.

Always-On Gets More Secure

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Intel router targeted at small and home offices.

Commerce Server 2000 Is a Big Step Up

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Microsoft Corp. products tend to be weak in their first versions and improve with each subsequent release.

Dell Gears Up in Server Space

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Introduces Unisys-based 32-way system, lessening reliance on PC market

eFiles: December 11, 2001

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Voice over ip will begin to come in loud and clear over the next five years, says a recent survey of 162 network engineers and other VOIP experts.

Corporate Should Pass On The Pentium 4

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The "fast, faster, fastest" headline doesn't pack the same punch anymore when it comes to processors. Sure, gamers want to blast their cannons a little faster, but the rest of the people can't really care about this stuff, can they?

ASP Offers Hosting On Demand

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Application service provider Corio Inc. will announce two services this week, including the launch of its existing infrastructure platform as a separate tools suite and the debut of a vendor-oriented ASP enablement initiative.

Kodak cultivates displays

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Company establishes business unit to advance organic LED technology.

Track ball, mouse give security a hand

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Advanced Biometrics preps Live Grip authentication device; spinoff to serve as data warehouse.

Doomsayers Wrong Again

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Each year about now, prophets of doom arise to predict the end of the IT industry.

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