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Deleting History Condemns You to Repeat It

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I'm losing my memory. Well, not mine personally, but I am losing stored information in two areas that are important to me.

CTIA Keynote Intro Strikes a Sour Note

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His hirsuteness thought intel CEO Craig Barrett seemed a bit grumpy when he took the stage as a keynote speaker

Out Of The Mailbox, Into The Dumpster

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Well, I was shocked, shocked I tell you, to read that popular House Representatives are so overwhelmed by their "heavy" e-mail loads-as many as 8,000 messages a month-that many messages are being deleted without being read.

Beware of Cure-Alls for HIPAA Compliance

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I always find it amusing when a new issue rises on the it horizon, and suddenly dozens of vendors rush forward to tout their product as "the solution."

Another Crossroad

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Global crossing digs in

E-Form System Adopts Adobe Format

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Previously static Portable Document Format files are finding a new role on the Internet.

Schmidt Steps Down

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Novell acquires CTP, names Messman to top Novell post

Groupware Grows Up

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New features and technologies are available for collaboration by two-or more. Here's an update on the survival of the fittest.

Names Wed Like to See

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It's hard to find a new company name. Seems everything has been trademarked or copyrighted, and industry is rife with M&As creating a new brand around the merged entity.

Collaboration Is the Key

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Webridge suite aims at B2B integration

Fast Facts Infrastructure: March 19, 2001

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Singapore, usually pegged as a leader in the race to roll out third-generation wireless technology, cut the opening bid in its April cellular license auction from $85 million to $56 million, and pushed back the deadline for deployment by a year to Dec. 31

Centrinity Is All Talk—Literally

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At the eWeek Excellence Awards winners banquet last month, I had the opportunity to hear about one of the most interesting companies I've come across in a while

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