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Bandwidth Traders Gleeful Amid Gloom

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Telephone companies and equipment makers may be gloomy, but bandwidth traders are whistling while they work.

Keep Thinking Inside the Box

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When a perfect technology comes along, I may be willing to let it protect me from myself

A Powerful Serve

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Zeus is pricey, but its strengths justify the costs

Align Your Backbone With the Right Bandwidth

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Choosing the right bandwidth to connect to the backbone is a piece of cake-once you know which ingredients you're looking for.

Apache 2.0 Scales to Windows

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Finally kicking the door open to widespread corporate Windows deployment and dramatically boosting Unix scalability via threads, The Apache Software Foundation has released the first beta of Apache HTTP Server 2.0

Look Whos Talking: April 16, 2001

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Some companies are going to pieces right about now.

DSL Video Service Goes Condo

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Few upstart carriers have succeeded in delivering data over turbocharged copper wires.

Bush Boosts Fed IT

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In President George W. Bush's 2002 budget, information technology will find a few pats on the head, as well as some swift kicks in the pants.

When Tech Strikes Out

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Yes, accountants can be humorous. The best accounting joke of all time follows.

Barbados Woos Tech Firms

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Reginald Farley would like you to think of Barbados as more than just a paradise.

Geekspeak: April 9, 2001

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Hi Ho, Hi Ho, It's Off to War We Go.

Upgrades Speed High-Volume E-Mail

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Businesses looking to communicate with customers, partners and suppliers more rapidly and more often could be in for good news from BoldFish Inc. and Lyris Technologies Inc.

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