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Allaire Finds a New Home

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ColdFusion 5.0 debuts under Macromedia brand.

BioNetrix Update Tells Who Logs In—And How

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Works with more devices; no remote management.

Enhanced Suite Polices Traffic

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With e-mail traffic only expected to increase in the future, enterprises are trying to find ways to control and analyze what's coming in and going out.

GallantWeb Goes Below $1K

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Can you buy a device that provides Internet access, file sharing, printing, e-mail and VPN capabilities for a small business and spend less than $1,000?

The Traffic Jam

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A dynamic Web site comprises a number of different elements, any one of which can act as a bottleneck and slow down or stop traffic.

Rate Cut Heals Some Wounds

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A surprise interest rate cut by the Federal Reserve coupled with strong earnings reports from several technology firms, including IBM, lifted our index 9.1 percent last week, its second consecutive steep gain.

eFiles: April 23, 2001

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The picture may have turned fuzzy for many consumer- focused streaming video dot-coms, but enterprises are tuning in to the technology.

HP Changes System Focus

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Plans to add 21 Intel-based Web server appliances to lineup as it moves away from Unix emphasis.

No Hardware Vendor Offers the Kinds of Services Sought by Large Companies

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E-business is taking root faster than many people ever thought possible, and it's raising eyebrows in places where people least expected it to hit.

Busted!

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InfiniBand aims to smash the data bind

Division of Power

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Power line access surges abroad, shorts out in U.S.

Enrico Digirolamo

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Enrico Digirolamo has had an interesting career, working in analytical and management positions, with posts in Germany and Spain.

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