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Geekspeak: July 2, 2001

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Multilingual interfaces pose muchos problemas

Of IPOs, Layoffs and Boring Keynotes

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Spencer sat quietly in New York's Jacob Javits Center as PC Expo attendees all around him streamed out of Palm CEO Carl Yankowski's less-than-riveting keynote speech.

Will Microsoft Embrace or Deface XML?

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In my reviews of XML standards and Microsoft's .Net products, I've consistently questioned whether Microsoft will support the standards and, if so, how fully.

Satellites Move Closer to the Enterprise

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Satellite technology as a WAN platform has always carried an aura of unfamiliarity and space-age connotations that have scared away enterprise customers.

Survival Play

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Internet consultants invade old guard's turf

Mobility Eclipsing Real-Time Access

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Business Objects' latest InfoView delivers interface improvements, drill-down capabilities.

Railroad Sells Transport Options on Web

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Futures contracts are available for dozens of commodities - from pork bellies and orange juice to natural gas and dynamic random access memory chips.

eFiles: June 25, 2001

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Free IT certifications for GI Bill recipients.

Survival of the Fittest

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With the challenges facing carriers, the trick is picking one that will last

Microsoft to Customers: Audit, or Else

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Company sending letters to customers demanding software audits and results within 30 days.

Getting the Sales Force to Hear Voices

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The sell line for wireless CRM is that it allows sales-people to access important customer information in central databases without being tethered to desks.

NAP Set to Open in Miami

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NAP of the Americas promises telecommunications carriers the fastest access to Latin America and the rest of the world.

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