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Keeping Lives In Harmony

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Employers help staffs balance family life and work.

EU Initiative Funds Filters

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The European Union and a group of European companies and organizations have launched a new project aimed at creating Internet filtering technology tailored for users in several European countries.

Service gauges response rates

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Internet infrastructure and hosting company Loudcloud Inc. has announced a new performance testing service based on technology from Keynote Systems Inc.

Remedies For Silicon Valleys Malaise

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It's gotten so gloomy around silicon valley that even I, usually full of mirth, am starting to get depressed.

Heres The Openhack III Deal

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eWeek Labs audits real-world test of Argus' trusted OS; cash prizes await those who get through.

Play to Win

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Game promos drive Web traffic

Better patrol of Domino

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BMC Software Inc. at Lotus Development Corp.'s user conference this week will try to catch the attention of Domino application service providers with a new release of its Patrol monitoring and management software.

E-procurement of Temp Labor

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Hosted systems can cut the cost of finding and hiring contingent staff.

WebMD Checkup

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There's nothing like some hard times to make a company re-evaluate the company it keeps.

DotCom Freedom

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It was the wee hours of the morning when Mitch Maddox made his first appearance in public since 1999.

Cyberspying

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Can it be only eight years since Howard Rheingold's The Virtual Community described the Internet as a place where people could develop and support virtual communities of shared interests and concerns?

GE, Elcom Partner On Procurement

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Elcom Inc. and GE Capital Financial Inc. have developed a credit card-like e-procurement product that enables companies to integrate the processing of large purchases made both online and offline.

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