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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.

Converge, Tonbu Enrich Transactions

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Converge Inc. and Tonbu Inc. are each readying software to provide a richer collaboration experience when buying and selling goods electronically.

Utility Vehicle

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Cities fight for right to compete with telcos

This Is One Position I Dont Want to Be In

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I just bought a new cell phone and i hope it lasts for a long time because, as near as I can tell, it doesn't have any technology that will allow it to act as a GPS locator.

Dont Ask Me!

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Do I look like a personal shopper? I guess it's just that because I've been writing about wireless for years, people constantly ask my advice about which cell phone they should buy.

Can Quartz Crack Adobe?

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Is it safe? Like Laurence Olivier's evil dentist in "Marathon Man," I seem to have drilled straight into a nerve with my last column on Adobe Systems' relationship - or lack thereof - with Macintosh's OS X.

The Buzz: June 18, 2001

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Last week was another difficult one for industry-sponsored exchanges.

The Patent Tsunami

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Agency still struggling to handle flood of tech filings

Chips Get Better, Smaller, Faster

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Spending may be stagnant and inventories may still be chin-high, but no flies are gathering on chipmakers during the telecom slowdown.

PeopleSoft, eRoom to Combine Efforts

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PeopleSoft Inc. is boosting its application offerings for service companies again.

Getting to Know You

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Data mining isn't perfect, but it can open a new world of sales

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