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The Buzz: February 26, 2001

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

Geekspeak: February 26, 2001

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Imitation is the sincerest form of ...

Builder Digs Into E-Biz Future

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New job post's goal: Excavate for high-tech gems.

On Deck: Instant Conferencing

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A Westminster, Colo., company next month will release an IP technology that will enable instant, multiparty voice conferences

The Hidden Cost of P2P

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Service providers could see much higher bandwidth usage

Auditors Present Different Strengths

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

Fast Facts Infrastructure: February 19, 2001

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Procket Networks, a Silicon Valley start-up that continues to keep its research and development hand close to its vest, has lured away yet another of its competitor's executives.

NFR Appliance Nips, Analyzes Attacks

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NFR Security Inc.'s updated NID software and Network Flight Recorder Intrusion Detection Appliance caught virtually all the attacks eWeek Labs threw at it, proving to be a great combo for IT managers who need to know when their network is under attack.

Get Ready for Your Close-up With AV

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The audio/video field is creeping closer to the computer domain, and CTOs and IS directors soon may find themselves responsible for both. Trust me-it recently happened to yours truly.

Look Whos Talking: February 19, 2001

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Looks like the technology labor shortage could soon become a surplus.

Tinys Firewall Does a Great Job

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Do your telecommutting employees need a desktop firewall with a small footprint that has hefty protection?

B2B Takes Hold At Demo

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At Demo, the annual shindig for new and potentially noteworthy companies and technologies, most vendors were more concerned about simply getting their products to work than about announcing themselves.

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