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Instant Messaging: Its Not Just For Fun Anymore

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I'm a big believer in making the most from the least. Take those simple instant-messaging programs, for example.

Editors Note: February 12, 2001

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If there's one thing the business world should have learned from the dot-com debacle, it's that brand equity goes at least as far, if not further, than a good business concept.

Developers Are Wary of Web Services

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As companies ranging from Sun Microsystems Inc. to Oracle Corp. jockey to lay claim as leader of the Web services arena, developers say significant obstacles must be cleared before the use of such services is widespread.

Helping Utilities Keep Tabs on Meters

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MuNet, Metering Technology and Coactive showcase energy monitoring products at DistribuTech

Logistics.com Turns to an ASP Model

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Like most business-to-business endeavors, the transportation industry is struggling along getting settled into B2B.

Start-up Enables Direct B2B Buys

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One of the heavyweights in business-to-business e-marketplaces has resigned to start a new venture that will use Napster-like technology to power business transactions.

Psst, Heres a Tip

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Arrogance doesn't pay; lead referrals emerge as a new form of currency.

Primix Adds Two Practices

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Web integration company Primix Solutions Inc. added two practices to its professional services offerings for e-procurement and e-fulfillment.

Global Connections

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All the world's a stage for Sprint, Verizon

Loose Lips Sink Sites

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eWeek labs' just-completed Openhack III test was a great exercise in low-level security hacking, but don't forget that good security is also about issues technology can't resolve.

Organic Chips: Lasers Not Health Food

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Breakthroughs in the physics of transistors may eventually permit them to be manufactured like rubber stamps, dramatically reducing the cost and investment required for silicon chip production.

AT&T May Hang Up Local Calls

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The outlook for local telephone competition dimmed last week as AT&T threatened to retreat from the field and the industry's chief regulator signaled what could be the onset of a new Darwinian struggle among the survivors.

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