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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

Getting An Education on Exchanges

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As application developers add their own integration capabilities to their products, one integration specialist is fighting back with a novel approach to help customers build exchanges and link business processes with partners

PeopleSoft Beats Siebel in CRM App Race

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In the race to web-enable enterprise applications, PeopleSoft Inc. took a step forward this month with the release of PeopleSoft 8 CRM, which completes the Web enablement of its enterprise resource planning suite

Mirapoints MD300 Repels Spam, Nabs E-Mail Viruses

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As Congress struggles to pass legislation restricting unsolicited e-mail and while security-oriented liability lawsuits loom, network administrators and service providers are left to battle spam and Trojan virus scourges at home

Fast Breaks Newsfront: June 18, 2001

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SBC Communications may face fines, or restrictions on its ability to sell long-distance service, in three Southwestern states for providing incorrect information to regulators considering whether to allow the regional Bell into the long-distance market.

The Tech-Ed Curriculum

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Microsoft is even more than before in the position of needing to ante up

Lucent, Alcatel Take on the Enterprise

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Networking gear vendors bank on IBM Global Services deal, outsourcing program, respectively

Raising In-House IT Expertise

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Enterprises cultivating talent in IT, business

Lynx Lampoons Silly Side of Smart Tags

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The puss pondered the pundit battle that began brewing last week over Microsoft's planned use of smart tags in Windows XP and Internet Explorer

Tool Gleans Key Business Data

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For many businesses, a lot of the data necessary for success is lying in the myriad business activities of their partners and customers

Laying the Groundwork for B2B

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Top U.S. negotiators working on China's re-entry to the World Trade Organization aren't the only ones trying to clear major roadblocks

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