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WebSite Pro Still a Force

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Website Professional was the first Web server that didn't make me edit config files to run it, so it holds a special place for me

Compaq Crying Server Foul

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Accuses RLX of using ex-employees to develop its new high-density tool

Fast Breaks Newsfront: March 5, 2001

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Red Hat, a leading Linux distributor, last week acquired Planning Technologies Inc., an Atlanta infrastructure consulting service, for $47 million.

What Goes Down Must Go Up

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Where is the oh-so-rational Alan Greenspan when we really need him?

M-Com Security Developers Balance Privacy, Paranoia

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The technology that drives mobile commerce, or m-commerce, offers an Orwellian profusion of potential privacy and security threats.

Interfaces: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

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Magically, it appears that nearly every company has become an infrastructure company

Who Says Times Are Tough?

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Here's one integrator that's making its parents proud.

Finding Your Way to the Edge

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It's fatal to fall behind the leading edge of it, just as it would be fatal not to know about overnight delivery

A Sharp Eye for Security

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eWeek Labs, Corporate Partners probe three auditors' blueprints for locking down a network

The Buzz: February 26, 2001

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Napster, the online music-swapping service trying to stay alive

Auditors Present Different Strengths

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Guardent eyes environment, PWC takes holistic approach, SystemExperts excels atpolicy-making

The Hidden Cost of P2P

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Service providers could see much higher bandwidth usage

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