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Smaller Partners in IBMs Big Picture

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Netgen initiatives include reselling managed services and launching GoingGlobal program

IBM Brings Back Sales Territories

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Realignment builds closer links between Big Blue and its partners.

HP To Run Some Qwest Hosting Centers

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The reinvention of Hewlett-Packard Co. took another interesting twist late last month when the company announced a multi-faceted deal with Qwest Internet Solutions that involves multiple HP lines of business

Intel Outside

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Chipmaker moves on several networking fronts

IBMs Lotus Story Never Ends

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It was one of my first assignments for the newspaper formerly known as PC Week

Its the Next Big Thing—Is It a Good Thing?

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With Napster barely alive (but going down with a lot more respect than Metallica), the peer-to-peer frenzy has kicked off

Editors Note: February 26, 2001

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IBM has good news to share with its allies at its PartnerWorld conference this week in Atlanta.

Cupid Crashes IBMs Party

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Big Blue is set to play matchmaker at next week's PartnerWorld Conference.

Intel Pulls the Plug on McKinley Preview

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Intel Corp.'s failure last week to go through with a scheduled presentation of a new 64-bit processor fueled speculation that the chip may endure delays.

Getting Tuned Up

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New lasers will speed optical networks

The Buzz: February 12, 2001

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If congress is going to give U.S. citizens a tax break, then it should do something for small businesses, according to Intel Chairman Andrew Grove.

Computer Compost

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Computer carcasses yield slim pickings, but recycling is an imperative

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