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SAP CRM Upgrade Remains Limited

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SAP AG will bolster its CRM software offering this week with an upgrade to its mySAP CRM application suite.

On the Fast Track

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You think the economy has a lot of bumps, twists and turns? Try riding a roller coaster continually-for an hour.

In-Building Service Provider

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IntelliSpace, New York

eFiles: September 10, 2001

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Although vendors such as Microsoft Corp. are busy touting their Web services architectures, enterprises aren't yet ready to use the technologies to connect with new external business partners, according to a survey released last month by Jupiter Media Met

Getting What You Pay For

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We've asked ISP business customers what is most important to them when choosing an ISP, and how well their primary providers are performing in 26 categories. The top-rated characteristics included network reliability, value for the price, network performa

Application Service Provider

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Qwest Cyber.Solutions, Denver

Need For Speed Drives Customer Churn

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The need for speed is driving business Internet subscribers to change providers.

Merger Could Give Services A Jump-Start

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The combination of Compaq's and HP's service organizations could generate the kind of growth both companies hoped to achieve through other failed acquisition attempts.

Interview: Exoduss Sam Mohamad

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Sam Mohamad, Exodus' president of worldwide sales, discussed the challenges ahead with Interactive Week's Senior Writer Max Smetannikov.

Hancock Resigns, Is Exodus Sale Next?

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Industry analysts believe the long-rumored resignation of Exodus Communications CEO Ellen Hancock could be the final straw before the company goes up for sale.

SBC Communications - 2

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Perhaps you'll want to razz SBC Communications CEO Edward Whitacre from a distance, or maybe anonymously from the crowd

Customer Opportunity Lost as Xuma Collapses

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The greater responsibility that managed service providers take on - and charge top dollar for - backfires tenfold on those customers that have to live through an MSP default. The highest-profile collapse has been Xuma, named by its flamboyant CEO Joe Cha

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