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Partners Stick With Metricom for Now

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Wireless data pioneer Metricom Inc. said it plans to continue offering its flagship Ricochet services despite last week's bankruptcy filing, and its partners appear willing to stand by the struggling company-for now.

Accenture, SAPMarkets Join Forces

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Accenture LLC is teaming up with SAPMarkets Inc. to build private online exchanges for business-to-business e-commerce.

CA Pressure Mounts

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Company banks on enhancements, reorg, outreach campaign

Satellite Calling

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Patching in new link to revenue

Tool Smooths Decision Makers Tasks

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New analysis software set to be launched by Microsoft Corp. in the fall is aimed at nontechnical staff whose enterprises use Microsoft's SQL Server but who don't need the advanced functions of third-party tools.

Data Cant Ever Get Away

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Debates concerning e-privacy usually focus on the risk of deliberate abuse.

Introduction to SANs: Technology, Benefits, and Applications

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Get a lowdown of what is a SAN, and how it can be used in a variety of business environments. You will also discover advantages SANs have over traditional server-attached storage. Finally, expect a taste of what companies are hot in this space and why.

BP Drills Web

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An oil giant is showing other businesses how to use the Internet to bolster the supply of technical experts.

Analyzing a Good Net Career

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Enterprises can't locate enough Web analysts

Taking Analytics Into Your Own Hands

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A new development platform from Insightful Corp. and a new service from DigiMine Inc. provide customer analysis options for the do-it-yourselfer and for enterprises that simply want to see reports with less IT intervention.

Small Firms Get Help With Storage Needs

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Sun Microsystems Inc. and IBM have entered into separate partnerships that will make it easier for small enterprises to handle their storage needs.

Analysis of a Hot Job

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Web analytics are poised to become one of the hottest career trends of the next five to 10 years.

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