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Luster Is Gone, but Hope Isnt

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ASP pioneer FutureLink thinks it may take five years for market to mature.

Jxta Expands Software Compatibility

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Early users of Sun Microsystems Inc.'s Project Jxta said the peer-to-peer building blocks will help them open their applications to a wider audience.

Relearning Labor Lessons

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The first of May is a common workers' holiday, according to labor scholars, because it was once the most common day for strikes and other labor protests. PeopleSoft management, take note.

InterOps Offers Remote Monitoring

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InterOps Management Solutions Inc. hopes to carve out a market among large organizations looking for help in supporting Web environments.

Are Two IT Departments Better Than One?

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If you're fortunate, upper management has involved you in plans to acquire another company.

High Bandwidth, but Security, Too

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Anyone can tell you it's risky to put a bank branch with unlocked doors next to a freeway on-ramp.

Broadband Still Blooming

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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

Fast Facts Section B: May 7, 2001

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Compaq Computer announced a five-year, $100 million deal to equip Starbucks coffee shops with wireless Internet access.

eFiles: May 7, 2001

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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.

Telco Connection

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Web hosters export know-how

Accenture

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Old reliable has done it again.

Clintons Net Legacy

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Techies give former prez an 'A'

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