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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

Sell to Uncle Sam

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OK, so the Internet hasn't changed the world.

Operator No. 9: April 2, 2001

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What do Larry Ellison and out-of-work dot-commers have in common? Housing problems.

Microsoft Finds Its Voice

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The upstart voice application companies gunning for the enterprise and the service provider market have had one unified mantra: Become the Microsoft of voice.

Mobile Makers Not Immune to Hard Times

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Faced with slowing demand for products and a slowing economy, the major cell phone and handheld computer makers spent the end of last month cleaning house

PeopleSoft Hits Stride

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But tough challenges still ahead

Keep Your Head Above Water

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

Low-Cost Personalization Option Looms

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

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

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.

Cluster Woes Gone

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Application Center 2000 reins in administrative costs

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