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Shock Therapy

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Write a contingency plan, save your customers' data and walk away with a hero's bounty.

Helping Systems Communicate Can Only Help You

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In today's high-pressure business environment, companies want to get new products and services to market quickly.

WRQ Targets Enterprise Integration

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Host integration software developer WRQ Inc. takes a step forward this week in its effort to become an enterprise application integration company with updates of its VeraStream integration engine and Host Integration adapter.

Sapient Corp.: Whats the Forecast?

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Leading e-consultant sees more clouds on the horizon.

Editors Note: February 12, 2001

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If there's one thing the business world should have learned from the dot-com debacle, it's that brand equity goes at least as far, if not further, than a good business concept.

Instant Messaging: Its Not Just For Fun Anymore

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I'm a big believer in making the most from the least. Take those simple instant-messaging programs, for example.

Organic Chips: Lasers Not Health Food

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Breakthroughs in the physics of transistors may eventually permit them to be manufactured like rubber stamps, dramatically reducing the cost and investment required for silicon chip production.

AT&T May Hang Up Local Calls

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The outlook for local telephone competition dimmed last week as AT&T threatened to retreat from the field and the industry's chief regulator signaled what could be the onset of a new Darwinian struggle among the survivors.

Can You Dig It?

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Carriers chafe under city restrictions, fees on fiber digging

Loose Lips Sink Sites

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eWeek labs' just-completed Openhack III test was a great exercise in low-level security hacking, but don't forget that good security is also about issues technology can't resolve.

eFiles: February 12, 2001

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Wireless access to complex, high-bandwidth services such as video may seem sexy, but truth be told, the infrastructure they require is just too pricey to make them profitable in the short term, according to a new study from wireless consultancy Herschel S

Same Game, New Name

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Providing application services has become the business model that dares not speak its name, but investors aren't giving up on managed software and services.

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