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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.

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.

Compaq Crying Server Foul

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

eFiles: March 5, 2001

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Dante Dewitt has joined Zaplet Inc., of Redwood Shores, Calif., as CIO

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

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.

NAI Rebuilds Itself

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Security vendor to put all of its services on net

WatchGuards Update Eases Minding The VPN

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Version 2.0 speeds the creation of tunnels

Geekspeak: March 5, 2001

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It gives you plenty of time to say 'Cheese'

Who Uses Netscape?

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One of the continuing problems Web developers face is how to develop pages that look good and work properly

Banking On Speed

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Fast ethernet was too slow for amalgamated bank. Guess who stepped up to the teller window to fix the problem?

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