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Keeping Info Clean

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CRM forcing e-business to get serious about data quality

A Pox on Them

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When it comes to data delivery, the Telecommunications Act of 1996 has been a complete bust.

MegaRam 2000: the Ferrari of Storage

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The MegaRam 2000, imperial Technology Inc.'s latest solid-state disk storage accelerator, provides exceptional performance and strong fault-tolerance features in a compact form factor to boost database and I/O-intensive applications in enterprise environm

Telephone & Data Systems

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While some telecom companies yearn for national or international clout, Telephone & Data Systems sees success in a narrower focus.

Look Whos Talking: June 4, 2001

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Mergers and acquisitions can be tempting during a high-tech slump, but remember one thing: There's rarely a successful "merger of equals."

Dressed Up to Distraction

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Whatever they're drinking at Forrester Research, please keep it out of my water.

France Télécom

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France Télécom went on a spending spree last year, accumulating $55 billion in debt but adding wireless and data divisions it believes will make the company a pan-European operator and a global player in business services.

Plotting a Storage Strategy

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The importance of making the right storage decisions has never been greater: Without a strategy to provide the capacity your company needs, your networks and mission-critical applications will grind to a halt.

Safeharbor Sails Into Data Warehousing

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Data Deck can improve customer service and product planning.

Hopscotching From Acer Site Sale to AT&T

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In another sign of the slowing economy, one that has been even harder for second- and third-tier PC makers than for the top-tier ones, His Hirsuteness has learned that Acer America is putting its Silicon Valley campus up for sale.

Caught Between a Rock and Hard Place

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What do you do when you see a glaring gap between the privacy policy posted on your company's Web site and the company's actual practice?

Personalization Made Easier

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Onepage Inc. last week introduced a technology that company officials said will make it easier for users in corporations and at consumer Web sites to create personalized portals.

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