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Fast Facts Section B: April 23, 2001

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Orbitz, the travel exchange proposed by most major airlines, is gathering velocity.

P2P Product Finds Its Groove

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When Groove Networks released its software and announced three large customers earlier this month, it kicked off business for one of the most watched companies in the unproven peer-to-peer software market.

Geekspeak: April 23, 2001

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Magnia's Ok for Small Offices but Not for Branch Offices

Translation Please

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Think globally, act locally

Is It Time To Kiss Off Trade Shows?

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I've just spent three weeks speaking at as many trade shows. I did my act at a small DTR Business Systems reseller show in Vegas; a middling Seybold show in Boston, with 1,500 guests; and the 70,000-attendee Spring Comdex in Chicago.

Equal Access

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Peer-To-Peer seeks B2B niche

Dawn of the Living Dead Applications

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It's amazing how fast a new application can be orphaned by a struggling company. Due to the onslaught of new servers and operating systems, legacy applications now have the shortest life spans I've witnessed in the last 20 years.

Microsoft Set to Announce Talisker Beta

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Version 3.1 of the Windows CE operating system is company's first approach in embedded market.

Integrating Third-Party EAI

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Increased integration capabilities and greater use of open standards mark the latest release of SpaceWorks Inc.'s business-to-business sell-side software suite.

Call Me Desperate

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Marketing Mistakes Dept.

Net Gear Makers Slash Work Forces

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Lucent, Cisco, Nortel cutbacks raise concerns among customers about pricing, support issues.

What Is Microsoft .Net?

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According to platforms group VP Jim Allchin, Microsoft .Net will involve these five components

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