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The CD That Should Have Been a Coaster

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It was a multimillion-dollar client/server implementation project, complete with high-priced consultants, new hardware, increased bandwidth and eventual deployment to 16,000 worldwide users

Low-Cost Personalization Option Looms

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Small businesses gain entry to Web opportunities with performance-based service from Dynaptics

PeopleSoft Hits Stride

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But tough challenges still ahead

Fast Facts Section B: March 26, 2001

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An Egghead Scrambles

Oracle App Server Taps Power of Caching

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Oracle Corp.'s release last fall of its Oracle9i Application Server marked the first determined effort in the market to combine the benefits of caching with an application server

Keep Your Head Above Water

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Veterans of recessions past offer advice on managing in an undertow.

Cluster Woes Gone

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Application Center 2000 reins in administrative costs

The New Kid on the B2B Block

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Recent moves by i2 potentially could redraw the e-marketplace map.

ASPects: March 19, 2001

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In what may be the largest deal to date in the application service provider business, network communications provider Expanets has signed a $22 million, five-year contract with Qwest Cyber.Solutions.

Room to Swing a Katt at Internet Show

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As the Katt traveled out west recently, he felt like one of the pioneers when he cast his gaze across the wide-open expanses

Multiplatforms for Developers

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The newest version of Computer Associates International Inc.'s Ingres II will allow businesses to develop and maintain applications across a variety of platforms

Geekspeak: March 19, 2001

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Python language gains strength

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