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Tony Scott

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When General Motors' employee portal needed revving up, the responsibility fell to CTO Tony Scott.

Stealth Chatter

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My PC is talking behind my back. Or at least it's trying to

10 Gigabit Built for Speed

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Networking gear vendors show support for high-speed, fiber-only ethernet technology at N+I.

Technology Managers Fear Shortage of Workers, Funds

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Technology managers worry most about a shortage of skilled workers and a lack of money to buy equipment to keep their companies' communications networks from failing, according to a new survey.

Securing the WLAN

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Symbol, 3Com boost wireless LANs with added security.

OSS to the Rescue

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Once the domain of the deeply nerdy, operations support systems are moving out of the shadows.

Look Below the Surface

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Optical fiber goes where only Ed Norton has gone before.

Switching to the Web

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Ericsson Enterprise is rolling out an IP desktop gateway that allows small businesses and branch offices to migrate to IP telephony without tossing out an existing PBX system and investing in a brand-new top-to-bottom IP network.

DataReturn Turns Up Buzz Meter

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Web hoster DataReturn will announce a new high-reliability service with Microsoft this week, amid hoopla interpreted by many as a way to raise DataReturn's profile, possibly leading to a partnership or an acquisition.

The Long and the Short of It

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We, the people, deserve compatible wireless access. And when it comes to the 802.11b Wi-Fi standard, we usually get it, with a niggling caveat.

Cisco: Bad Luck or Bad Attitude?

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To hear John Chambers tell it, Cisco Systems Inc.'s $2.69 billion net loss for its fiscal third quarter announced last week was due to economic forces, notably a decrease in capital spending, that Cisco was slow to recognize.

Citrix Hones Terminal Servers Farm Skills

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Harvests higher performance in NT/2000 fields.

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