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Mea Culpa

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So much self-flagellation was going on at SuperComm this year, it wouldn't have surprised me a bit to learn that half the analysts and venture capitalists there had crawled to Atlanta on their knees seeking intercession and that the other half were wearin

SAP Looks to Integrate

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At its upcoming user conference, analysts expect SAP to announce new ways that its enterprise software will link with non-SAP software and across firewalls to outside companies.

SOHO Sentinels

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Protect your client's network with an inexpensive, but secure internet appliance firewall.

Reach Out and Integrate

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American Management Systems melds third-party wares into its own product line.

Solitary Guard or Army?

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D-Link and Linksys sell their products for $120 and $129, respectively.

Nokia Pours Java Into Cell Phones

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The world's biggest cell phone maker, Finland's Nokia, has adopted Java as the basis for software on its future cellular phone and combined phone/handheld device.

Lotus Pushes Domino Services

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Company aims to ease Web collaboration; follows .Net, Exchange model

Bridging the Gap Between Java, .Net

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Products from Web services developers Cape Clear, Intrinsyc make it easier to use rival platforms

ROI Is King

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Net managers seeking better returns

Copyright Infringement Is Not a Business

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Napster, the titular leader of the modern peer-to-peer movement, may die a pauper.

Software: Beyond the Box

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I hope these are the last words I write about Microsoft Office, at least as the giant application suite is currently configured.

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