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ASPects: March 26, 2001

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It hasn't been a stellar year for IBM, but CEO Lou Gerstner says it could have been a lot worse had it not been for a strong performance by the company's services division.

Hailstorm Already Stirring Tempest

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In pledging conformance to open standards and protocols, Microsoft Corp. said all the right things with the launch here last week of HailStorm

The Right Prescription

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Changing market drives longs to ASP

Airing CRMs Dirty Laundry

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The sins of enterprise resource management software companies are being visited upon the customer relationship management business, which has overpromised and undersold its abilities, according to market research firm Gartner Group.

Out of the Shadow, Onto The Catwalk

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RDA Enterprises Escorts a mmdeling agency out of technology's dark ages and into the haute couture of integration.

On the Road Again

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"Freedom's just another word ..."

Power Tool

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Videoconferencing that works

Check for Loose Connections

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There's lots of static on the line, but there's still time to plug into this market.

Looser Reins

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FCC may ease telecom rules

Fast Facts Infrastructure: March 26, 2001

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Betsy J. Bernard has been named president and CEO of AT&T's consumer services unit.

More Secure E-Mail

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Qualcomm, maker of the Eudora e-mail program, announced it will add seamless privacy capabilities to the world's most popular retail e-mail client.

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