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Putting It Together

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Digital assets reassembled for better use

The Buzz: July 2, 2001

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Several high-profile online retailers have banded together to protect themselves and their colleagues against government measures that may stifle Internet-based competition.

Operator No. 9: July 2, 2001

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Harry Potter fans got a treat when America Online offered its 30 million subscribers an exclusive look at the new Harry Potter movie trailer.

ASPects: July 2, 2001

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A lot of people don't like the name ASP, and some companies go to great lengths to avoid the label, even if providing application services is what they are doing - hello, IBM.

Web Hoster Exodus At a Crossroads

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Depending on whether or not investors and customers have faith in CEO Ellen Hancock and the rest of Exodus Communications' management team, they see the Web hoster as on the brink of either disaster or a major turnaround.

Order Out of Chaos

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As Web domain names proliferate, enterprises must plan

Double the DSL With Half the Trouble

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Rainfinity bonded digital subscriber lines enhance reliability by promoting always-on Web access

Lost in Domainland? Theres Help

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Enterprises trying to navigate domain names are discovering that a little help from service providers can send them in the right direction.

Facing Top-Level Challenge

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CEO defends ICANN's policy-making processes

Rolling Toward Ad Payoff

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Mouse-overs, rich media may boost online sales

Winning the Domain Name Blame Game

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Recently, Marilyn Cade, the director of e-commerce and Internet policy for AT&T, mentioned to me that, with this summer's introduction of new top-level domains, ICANN's UDRP will soon be the name of the game for all enterprises registering .biz or .info W

Cultivating Profit

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With the economy struggling, many companies are re-evaluating corporate priorities, and in some cases are putting the brakes on noncore information technology projects.

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