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Look Whos Talking: June 11, 2001

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The latest chatter on the partner front

Networking for the Common Man, IT Manager

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Ever since road warriors first downloaded e-mail, accessed the Web or tapped into an internal network, they've been limited to using dial-up technology.

Bruce Waldack

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Thruport CEO discusses state of web hosting

Bad News, Good Recovery

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Economic crunch put you out of a job? Talk about your skills with pride online.

Entrust CEO Sets High Goals

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Conner slashes PKI vendor's work force to refocus on enhanced services, alternative channels

New, More Modular OpenView on Deck

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Hewlett-Packard Co. this week will introduce an architecture for its OpenView management platform.

A Different Drummer

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Unlike many e-business integrators that have created vertical practices, Centrifusion has bucked the trend.

ASPects: June 11, 2001

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In the ASP business, $20 million is a lot of money these days, so the $15 million in equity funding and $5 million line of credit that Surebridge landed in late May is welcome news for the industry.

Back in the Drivers Seat

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Stonebridge founder James Ivy shakes off the retirement rust.

Real World or Real Static?

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Performance testing should be objective, but when vested interests design the setting, beware of latent bias.

Satellite Broadcasting Showdown

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No matter which company wins the bidding war for DirecTV, the outcome will produce a powerful new player in interactive global communications.

eFiles: June 4, 2001

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City folk seek out fast Web access; Broadband users like to shop online

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