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Comdex From 2,700 Miles Away

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If Comdex is ever to tip 200,000 attendees again, it has to get back to IT basics, shoving digital cameras into the background in favor of IT staples such as databases, development tools and CRM apps.

Comdex Fall 2001

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Follow eWEEK's extensive coverage of the Comdex trade show in Las Vegas.

Comdex Crowd Unshackled

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At Comdex this week, most attendees will learn their latest lesson in adapting to the New World Order: IDs will be checked; handbags will be searched; no bags of any kind will be allowed on the show floor, which means no laptop computers.

Design Flexibility Is Key

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When Insurance.com Insurance Agency LLC went looking for a content management application, the company decided the ideal candidate would be standards-based, to integrate with data from a wide variety of partners, and would be based on popular development

Looking to Unite Sites

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The complexity of Vignette Corp.'s popular Content Suite can be daunting, but that complexity allows the suite to do things other content management applications simply can't do.

Exploring Ways to Manage Content

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Although casual observers might think not much is going on in the space program now, devotees know there is constant change, news and innovation in space exploration, from Mars probes to space stations to discussion of future manned exploration.

Comdex: Attendance Down, Security Up - 2

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Terrorist attacks and economic woes will have an impact on the Comdex trade show.

Comdex Bans Computer Bags, Plans Increased Security

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Security concerns will likely make this year's Comdex show in Las Vegas even more chaotic than it normally is, due to new restrictions placed on attendees.

Broadband Forum Calls For Quality Standard

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A new software agent could be the silver bullet that provides end-to-end quality of service for content delivery on the Internet.

Free Content Still Rules the News

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Struggling online publishing companies considering a move to paid subscriptions might want to think twice, says a new market report.

Condenser Speeds Dial-Up

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FineGround software requires no code changes, puts jump in Web responses, but results vary widely.

P2P Content Delivery Startup Lands 12 Trial Customers

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Kontiki, the peer-to-peer content distribution startup formed by former AOL and Netscape Communications executives, today announced that it has lined up a dozen customers, including Amazon.com and Sony, which will use the beta version of its system.

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