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Debugging The DSL Marketing Debacle

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The next time we fund high-speed access technologies, they will not be marketed to the masses. And a company without that strategy won't get funded.

Relearn How To Sell

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Sales strategy 101: In tough times you have to prove there's a reason why your customers need your services.

It Depends...

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Here's The Lowdown On Windows 2000 Service Dependencies.

Microsoft Expands Services

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Combined service organizations will give company more responsibility but could alienate partners.

RosettaNet Seeks to Clarify XML Efforts

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With dozens of horizontal and vertical initiatives sprouting from XML, the RosettaNet consortium is trying to help developers navigate through the tangle of overlapping and sometimes competing efforts.

Silverstreams New Course

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App server vendor moving into Web services via its eXtend environment; users' reactions mixed.

"X" Marks the Spot

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His "son" might have been a bit unwieldy, but it helped to change the world. These days, Charles Goldfarb is just as happy boasting about his grandchild.

Grab a Chair

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Surplus office furniture abounds amid dot-com decline.

Do You Need a Contractor?

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Service-industry players question whether Microsoft can wear yet another hat.

Prime Pickings for ASP Survivors

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Reading rumors of dot-com doom can pay off with easy pickings for competitors of ailing companies, as Mark Goldin learned in October.

Finder Eases Finding Carrier

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There are times when transportation companies see demand that outweighs capacity.

IT Directs Flow of Net Traffic

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Fidelity turns to biz-oriented site monitoring.

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