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The Science of Light

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When it comes to promoting optical networking technology, companies - and the writers who report on them - just can't resist tossing in references to the speed of light.

Diving In

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Chaincast's cheaper streaming

Filtering Out Net Infiltrators

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Messaging application service and hosting provider Interliant Inc. this month launched its new managed firewall service, designed to help customers guard against infiltration.

The Traffic Jam

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A dynamic Web site comprises a number of different elements, any one of which can act as a bottleneck and slow down or stop traffic.

Allaire Finds a New Home

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ColdFusion 5.0 debuts under Macromedia brand.

BioNetrix Update Tells Who Logs In—And How

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Works with more devices; no remote management.

GallantWeb Goes Below $1K

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Can you buy a device that provides Internet access, file sharing, printing, e-mail and VPN capabilities for a small business and spend less than $1,000?

Enhanced Suite Polices Traffic

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With e-mail traffic only expected to increase in the future, enterprises are trying to find ways to control and analyze what's coming in and going out.

Hardwiring Privacy

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A European Parliament Committee is expected to take up legislation in coming weeks that would require companies to include privacy-protection technology in their products.

Melissa Webster

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Since 1903, Gordon Brothers Group has been a leader in the excess inventory liquidation business, primarily catering to the retail industry.

Server Speeds App Building

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Macromedia's ColdFusion 5.0 reduces amount of database connections, enhances users' productivity.

The China Question

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Tech fears new tensions could set back key gains

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