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IBM Expanding Program for Providers

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Trying to keep pace with the evolving service provider industry, IBM this week will announce the expansion of its ASP Prime project into the wider-ranging XSP Prime program.

A Plethora of Cyberprotection Programs

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The government has spawned a complex infrastructure protection bureaucracy

IBM Goes With the B2B Flow

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We knew the Internet was going to change everything. We just didn't know by how much. It's not exactly what we had in mind, but the future is here, now. So we might as well deal with it and make the most of it.

E-Services Becoming Land of the Giants

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As the boutiques that once dominated e-consulting fade, larger players, such as Hewlett-Packard Co., are moving in on multiple fronts to secure a bigger share of what remains.

Metricom to Auction Assets

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Without an investor, Ricochet service must be suspended, hurting companies such as Compaq

Intel CEO Optimistic in Weak Economy

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But the company plans price cuts, and others such as Compaq, HP, IBM forecast PC sales to worsen

The P4s Worst Foe? The PIII-M

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Is Intel's PIII-M processor too powerful?

IBM Takes Aim at B2Bs Big 6

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Company to appoint executives to oversee relationships with key e-biz leaders, such as Ariba, SAP

Stop, Thief!

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New tools keep laptop PCs from vanishing into thin air

Computer Sciences Snags NSA Contract

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$2B, 10-year deal marks first big win for CSC in a year, but some say fulfilling promises will be tough

Intel to Release 1GHz Mobile PIII Chip

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Intel Corp. this week will release a mobile Pentium III processor that runs at 1GHz

Earnings Be Damned, Chip Makers Say

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Despite a poor quarter, Intel and AMD determined to slash prices further in fight for market share

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