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Oh, When the Saints Go Logging On

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God may be eternal, but timing is everything.

Were Finally Getting Back to the Business of Business

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Once again, I am closeted in a fancy hotel at a conference for startups and venture capitalists.

E-business Eats Up Culture

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Firms' soft skills predict hard performance facts.

VitalSoft Hones Reporting Wares

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Lucent Technologies Inc.'s VitalSoft unit last week unveiled major changes to two of its management software offerings, introducing VitalSuite Enterprise 8.0 and MyVitalAgent performance management tools.

Fast Facts Section B: February 19, 2001

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Quokka Sports last week announced plans to cut 217 employees, or 59 percent of its work force.

If You Thought Training Was Pricey ...

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If you're planning your company's technology spending budget for this year, you might be reaching for the antacids right about now.

Beware: Its a Retail Jungle Out There

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Creating a core expertise could be a survival game plan for some service providers.

eFiles: February 19, 2001

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More than 1 billion people will be accessing the Internet by 2005, according to a recently released report from eTForecasts, a research company in Buffalo Grove, Ill.

Same Cast, New Roles

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IBM's partner executive lineup has changed quite a bit in recent months.

Whats the DMTF Up To?

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The Desktop Management Task Force has released another version of what it hopes will be one of the key building blocks in its slowly evolving network management scheme.

Training: Key To Retaining

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Lean times or not, programs pay off

ASPs Woes Mirror Those of the Industry

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cMeRun's problems spur questions about the success of hosts in general

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