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Stayin Alive

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Recent ASP upheaval has IT managers scrambling to keep their sites afloat

XML Schema Catches Heat

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After more than two years of development, the World Wide Web Consortium could be only weeks away from releasing its long-awaited XML Schema specification.

Threes Company

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Share an e-business gig with two of your rivals? iXL's George Corbin knows the drill.

Portals From the Ground Up

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In the slowing economy, a lot of businesses are getting back to basics and focusing on what they do best.

Trouble in Porn Land

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E-commerce times are tough, and the $1 billion online adult site industry is no exception.

Divine Deal Has Devilish Strings

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Latest asset acquired from MarchFirst has a few unexpected liabilities.

ASPects: April 23, 2001

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Is the general-purpose enterprise ASP wheezing toward extinction?

Everybodys Doing IM

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Instant messaging is not just for kids.

Business Process Tools Take the Next Step

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New BPM tools from a trio of vendors promise to end some of the hassle of integrating the myriad applications inside and between organizations.

Exchange Gains ISV Support

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Platform is closing in on Lotus Notes in competition for groupware, collaboration supremacy.

Defaults Still Haunt Lucent

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Lucent Technologies' bet on Jato Communications illustrates some of the pitfalls faced by big equipment vendors that lent start-ups money for virtually all of their business plans.

Fast Facts Infrastructure: April 23, 2001

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The Federal Communications Commission, in a 3-to-1 vote last Monday, gave Verizon Communications the go-ahead to begin offering long-distance service in Massachusetts.

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