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Epicentric Offers Web Services Standard

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Epicentric Inc. is leading an effort to develop a new standard for accessing Web services through a portal interface.

Organizations Moving to Stay Afloat

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IT consulting companies, outsourcers grapple with cutbacks and layoffs

Vacation: Time to Recharge

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You may be set to embark on your summer vacation.

Startup Watches Out for Colos

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ColoWatch, a new managed service provider that aims to furnish enterprise customers with both up-to-the-minute information about performance of their Web sites and maintenance help if the digital corporate facade develops a crack, is expected to officiall

All Aboard

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Railroads make time, money on the web

Wireless Licensees Dispute Auction Process

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Two unlikely wireless license winners - retired mail carrier Vincent D. McBride and emergency room physician Scott Reiter - want their money back.

Read-Only? Not Anymore

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OmniPage Pro upgrade's new OCR capabilities take document management to a new level

E-Mail Bill May Fail to Curtail Spamming - 2

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As the unsolicited commercial electronic mail act of 2001 (H.R. 95) works its way through the federal legislative process, many of us wonder if it will have any perceptible effect on the slew of unsolicited garbage that flows into our e-mail accounts each

Lambdas Bulk Up Lit Fiber

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Long-haul and metro network operators are beginning to wring value from already-lit fiber by selling individual wavelengths of light to bandwidth-hungry businesses not rich enough to afford individual fibers for different data services.

Frequency Faux Pas

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The Federal Communications Commission was twice smacked hard in the face: first when an appeals court overturned the panel's decision to take back and reauction NextWave Telecom's wireless licenses and then again when the U.S. Supreme Court said it wouldn

#4 FutureLink

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Learning from mistakes brightens future

Fast Breaks Newsfront: July 9, 2001

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Bandwidth trading company Arbinet-thexchange expanded its spot market for telephone minutes last week when it turned up a switch in London, letting members trade phone time on either side of the Atlantic.

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