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Cerebus X8 Commands LAN Devices Remotely

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But such centralized management costs a bundle

Internet Armageddon?

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Exclusive investigation: the Net has dozens of fault lines. Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.

Big Abilities, Small Package

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Internet appliances that provide network and Internet capabilities for small or regional offices come in a variety of shapes and sizes

WhISPers: March 26, 2001

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What's in the name? Millions of dollars worth of branding, if UUnet is the name in question.

I Gotta Be Me

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ASPs are finding that differentiation is a key to their survival.

Is It Time for the Eulogy?

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Think the dot-coms had it bad? Many consulting firms could be heading for an early grave, too.

Pact Will Let EDS Manage IT at Sabre

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Electronic Data Systems Corp. and Sabre Inc. have signed a 10-year, $2.2 billion outsourcing contract calling for Sabre to turn over management of its IT infrastructure

Not Welcome

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Reporters didn't cause the Internet bubble to burst, so why won't anyone talk to me these days?

Operator No. 9: March 26, 2001

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I didn't mind that Bill Gates called Microsoft one of the pioneers of the graphical user interface and said it brought GUIs to the attention of the computing masses (thought Apple Computer did that).

Bulletproof? Maybe

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Is the Internet at risk? Not according to Fritz Mueller, senior director of product marketing of Keynote, an Internet performance monitoring firm.

AT&T Buys NorthPoint Assets

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AT&T's consumer division, and its new CEO Betsy Bernard, want to move past the shrinking long-distance market, into more profitable arenas.

Mind Your Manners, Ad Writers

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Sexism and high-technology don't mix, according to the members of GraceNet.net.

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