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Fast Facts Section B: May 28, 2001

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Another major automaker has hitched its wagon to Covisint.

Tackling a Host of Options

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When ASPs partner with other providers, customers need to nail down service responsibilities.

Tools Raise Web Awareness

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Monitoring apps from four companies bring better insight into problems at Internet service providers.

IPv6: So Far, Few Takers

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The new Internet Protocol Standard will make the public Internet more reliable, international and useful - or so the theory goes, since the IP version 6 movement is so far missing the key element of applications.

Cisco Puts IP Calls Through on Phones

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As of tomorrow, you will no longer need to buy an Internet Protocol phone to make and receive IP calls.

An E-Business Forecast

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Customercentric model is top priority

Market Outlook

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Boeing, based on various industry analysts' reports, says the market for in-flight Internet access is about $70 billion over the next 10 years.

The Little Protocol That Could

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Sip has some tough times going ahead- but progress is being made.

Fast Facts Infrastructure: May 21, 2001

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Tellme Networks last week announced its acquisition of European competitor Magic Phone.

Challenges Ahead for Nortel

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As battered Nortel Networks goes in search of fresh leadership, its fortunes may depend on whether the regional Bells get the sweetheart deal they're expecting from Congress.

Harmony on The Horizon

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How CIOs and i-managers work together

The Buzz: May 21, 2001

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Gateway and Juno Online Services got out from under federal scrutiny last week.

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