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The Telecom Corridor Booms

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Tech firms and venture cash are flocking to the northern suburbs of Dallas

Telecom Consolidation: Vendors Next

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At SuperComm conference, manufacturers show carriers the importance of responsiveness to user

E-Markets Need Some Soul-Searching

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So, what should we do now?" I was sitting across from the CEO of a once-hot, now-struggling electronic marketplace.

Free IBM Tools Feature SOAP

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The updated version of IBM's free Web Services Toolkit, released last month, provides tools for Web developers to experiment.

Buying Time During Hacks

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The more time an enterprise has to fight off a hack, the better.

Small Guys Seek Edge in Collaboration

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Public exchanges add services while private markets gain the limelight

BMC Ready to Serve Up a Power Play

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Company's top officials look to win over providers that survive shakeout

Fast Facts Infrastructure: June 11, 2001

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The race to recruit voice-over-broadband customers continues to heat up, with Net2Phone's launch last week of its VoiceLine service, which allows customers to place and receive calls over broadband networks using standard telephones.

Sprint

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Telephone customers want more than long-distance, and Sprint is working to make sure that they can get everything they need from a single source.

PeopleSoft Bets Its Life on CRM

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PeopleSoft has bet all its chips on the hand it will play today in Las Vegas, as it unveils its first front-office software suite, designed to run on the Internet.

Time Warner Cable

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You might say Time Warner Cable is sitting pretty.

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