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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

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.

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.

Cable Wises Up

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Cable is tired of being the dumb pipe and has spent the past five years and $42 billion to prove it.

E-Mail Over the Telephone

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DPD's technology employs speech synthesis.

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.

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

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