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Meeting the Street

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Every company that sells a product using a catalog and a toll-free phone number is trying to push that business to the Web.

Sun Spokesman Killed In Hijacking

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A leading spokesman of Sun Microsystems' Solaris software was on American Airlines Flight 11 that was crashed into the World Trade Center south tower Tuesday, Sept. 11.

Update: Tech Victims - The Growing List

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Here is the most current list available of the members of the tech industry killed in Tuesday's attacks.

Tools Advance Web Services

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Beta releases of Microsoft's, Sun's high-end offerings push .Net and Sun ONE platform agendas.

E-Commerce Apps Top ASP Wish List

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We took advantage of this year's Interactive Week ISP customer survey to find out what types of applications businesses are outsourcing or plan to outsource, and to whom.

Quovix Tool Facilitates Collaboration

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CommunityBuilder helps companies assemble teams for discrete projects.

Boosting Site Performance

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Fineground Networks Inc. is shipping the newest version of its content acceleration software.

WiredRed Extends IM Support

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LDAP, ADS support added to e/pop 3.0 suite, eases application migration.

Sun ONE: Still in Vapor

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Sun's Open Net Environment development road map is not helping IT get to where it needs to go, and the company needs to get serious in helping its customers develop next-generation Internet applications.

Cyber-Law Letting Us Down

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Lawrence Lessig doesn't appear to be a happy man. I don't know him personally, and I'm not saying he's depressed or anything. But the cyber-law expert is unhappy about a lot of things, starting with his profession and all the way up to the chiefs of Ameri

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