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Microsoft is a Textbook Case of How to Do It Right

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Microsoft's entry into the professional-services business is one of the best things that can happen to this market.

Web Services Registry Open for Business

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Last week marked another milestone for the future of XML. In addition to the release of the World Wide Web Consortium's XML Schema, the scores of companies involved in the UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery and Integration) project announced that the

Breaking the XML Data Bottleneck

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As the amount of XML data continues to grow, the market for databases capable of easily handling that data also is sprouting.

XML Databases Offer Greater Search Capabilities

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Extensible Markup Language is emerging not only as a Web page markup standard, but as a database technology with the potential to simplify and speed future Web operations.

Fighting to Keep Users Loyal

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Telcos tap analytical CRM to evaluate offerings.

ERP II: Its Alive!

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Enterprises investing in extending systems for collaborative commerce.

Simplest of Boxes Get Smart, Too

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No vendor today can be unaware of network operators' growing interest in smart features.

A Better Way to Share Information

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XML schema permits rich data descriptions; W3C standard promises to streamline exchanges.

B2B Guard Change

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New CEOs at Ariba, i2 Technologies lay out their strategies.

Enhanced Web Tools for Small Business

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Microsoft Corp.'s FrontPage 2002 and NetObjects Inc.'s Fusion MX are competent, expanded products that, although of the cookie-cutter school of Web site creation tools, will be valuable to small companies that need to create and post entire sites quickly.

Anchors Aweigh

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Navy's marketplace for professional services may set example

A Star Is Falling

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Ariba struggles to find its way after failed merger

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