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Look Whos Talking: January 29, 2001

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A cooling economy is the perfect time to put your competitors on ice.

Suite Puts Manufacturers on the Web

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Small manufacturers looking to serve customers that want to do business via the Internet will soon have a Web-based suite of e-commerce tools from Apps4biz.com Inc. and Intacct Corp., which plan to marry their respective manufacturing and accounting techn

Is Sum Greater Than Whole?

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Spinning off subsidiaries is a tricky process. Just ask Cabletron.

SuperNet: Sales Demand a Plan

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If the telecommunications industry is in a funk, you wouldn't have known it by attending the SuperNet show in Santa Clara, Calif., Jan. 14 to Jan. 17.

SOAP Toolkit Cleans Apps

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Developers using Microsoft tools who want to design distributed Web applications should download the company's SOAP Toolkit 2.0 Beta 1 at msdn.microsoft.com/xml/general/soap1and2.asp.

Salvaging Stalled E-Biz Initiatives

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As staff cuts and money woes decimate boutique Web integrators, major services companies are finding themselves increasingly pressed into action to complete projects the small shops couldn't handle or couldn't finish.

Scope Out Your Partners

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It often takes more than one top manager to build a great business. Just be sure you see eye to eye before you start laying the foundation.

Cisco, Mirapoint Develop UC Tool

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Cisco Systems Inc. and Mirapoint Inc. are combining networking and messaging tools to create a unified communications product.

More Consolidation in CRM Space

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Corporate users of CRM software are bracing for another round of customer relationship management acquisitions and consolidations as well as attempts by vendors to differentiate their products.

Nice Talk

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Pocket PC Supports Phone Capabilities

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Mitsubishi Corp. and Microsoft Corp. last week announced a Pocket PC with integrated phone capabilities that promises Web browsing and online video viewing.

Directional Shift

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New signals may come from FCC

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