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Manage Content, Cure Headaches

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Newark Electronics in Chicago has 60 customers, each of which wants an individualized monthly electronic catalog of Newark products.

Get Ready for Next-Generation Intranet

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When it comes to intranets, business people want it all: An intranet nirvana where employees are linked from their desktops to every source of information they need to make decisions that will propel the company to unlimited business success.

Caching in on Data

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New engines drive next-generation Web content delivery

Peering Into the Future of Peer-To-Peer

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Napster-like companies may come and go, but P2P is here to stay

Freeze Frame

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Good streaming content is hard to find

Caching in on the New Opportunity

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Content delivery networks may be a gold mine for some enterprising partners.

You Can Score Big In The Midmarket Arena

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Not too long ago, customer relationship management (CRM) was too technical, too costly and too time-intensive for midmarket deployment.

Australia Fights Online Obscenity

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Proposed efforts by the state of South Australia to crack down on offensive content online have underscored concerns among some Australians that such initiatives may be painting Australia as anti-Internet, and may discourage foreign investment.

Atomz ASP Takes Charge

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As the shakeout of poorly thought-out ASPs continues unabated, I still see a few new services from application service providers

Content Syndicators New Aim: Bucks

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Companies that aggregate third-party news and information for Web publishers are now aiming their software and content products at large enterprises with corporate Web portals and intranets.

P2P Networking Steps Into Spotlight

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Against the backdrop of last week's court verdict that virtually dooms music-swapping service Napster Inc., dozens of companies gathered at the O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer Conference here to demonstrate P2P applications that they said have viable business model

Fast Facts Matrix: February 12, 2001

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>Time and BlackPlanet.com last week announced a partnership under which Time will provide content to the African-America portal throughout February, which is Black History Month.

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