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SBC Speeds Web at Work

It uses zero watts, it's the size of a pack of gum and it's the key piece of SBC Communications' strategy to bring broadband to 9,000 businesses by the end of next year - and to millions of homes in the future.

Fast Facts Matrix: May 14, 2001

Aiming to save $1 billion in annual costs, 3Com last week said it would lay off about 3,000 people, roughly 30 percent of its work force.

Kevin Burton

Kevin Burton has a warning for developers everywhere: Open source programming can suck you in

eFiles: May 14, 2001

Air Liquide America Corp. has appointed an IT veteran as its vice president of IT for the United States and Canada.

Asera Picked to Power Steel Site

Steel is hard. So is the growing competition among Web-based metals exchanges.


Ford expands employee PC offer

Wall Street Wins Bidding War

In the midst of the down-turn for Internet consulting companies, a bidding war has broken out for Proxicom, one of the better-positioned players.

Broadband Still Blooming

The regional Bells, which once accused upstart competitors of "cherry picking" the best customers, can now recapture the premium business while dictating prices for DSL service, which delivers high-speed services over traditional copper phone


| pushes auto-updating address book

eFiles: May 7, 2001

Despite the recent economic slowdown, the U.S. online travel booking industry will continue to draw more and more customers, according to a report from Jupiter Media Metrix Inc., based in New York.

Clintons Net Legacy

Techies give former prez an 'A'

Telco Connection

Web hosters export know-how

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