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The ABCs of ROI

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Five rules for selling in a down market

"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.

IT Directs Flow of Net Traffic

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Fidelity turns to biz-oriented site monitoring.

A Star Is Falling

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Ariba struggles to find its way after failed merger

Companies Team Up on Open XML Spec

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A proposed new XML specification from Microsoft Corp. and Hyperion Solutions Corp. to allow open access to multidimensional databases likely will streamline development of some analytic applications but will not affect the large number of IT departments t

Rising Phone Subsidies Strain System

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In some areas of the country, as much as 20 percent of a company's monthly telephone bill represents federal and state surcharges. These fees are levied to support a long-entrenched policy of universal, affordable, basic phone service.

Stop the Boring E-Mails!

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E-Mail is so Y2K. It's time to get ready to hear what they're saying via facemail.

Fast Facts Infrastructure: April 30, 2001

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DSL provider Covad Communications is in danger of having its shares delisted from Nasdaq because it is late in making its annual 10-K report to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Securing E-Mail Secrets and Privacy

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Aegis, Medinex launch systems that require little IT intervention; helps firms comply with laws.

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.

Are You a Safe Bet in a Weak Economy?

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Timing in business is everything, but it's not something you can plan on your calendar. Business confidence and confusion aren't measured in days or months. They're measured in waves and in comparison to what came before and what's expected to happen at s

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