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SuperNet: Sales Demand a Plan

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If the telecommunications industry is in a funk, you wouldn't have known it by attending the SuperNet show in Santa Clara, Calif., Jan. 14 to Jan. 17.

Suite Puts Manufacturers on the Web

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Small manufacturers looking to serve customers that want to do business via the Internet will soon have a Web-based suite of e-commerce tools from Apps4biz.com Inc. and Intacct Corp., which plan to marry their respective manufacturing and accounting techn

Is Sum Greater Than Whole?

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Spinning off subsidiaries is a tricky process. Just ask Cabletron.

HP Aims Tool at Small Business

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Router designed to rein in document output.

Ford Rebuilds IT Engine

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Overhaul supports e-business push

Just Flip a Switch for More Power

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Two years ago, George Surdu called a meeting with sales representatives from Ford Motor Co.'s major technology vendors-IBM, Hewlett-Packard Co., EMC Corp., AT&T Corp., Sun Microsystems Inc. and Siemens Corp., among others-and gave them what appe

Scavengers Slam on the Brakes

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Bottom fishing by bargain hunters lifted prices of e-solutions stocks last week, but the buying frenzy appears to have fizzled.

A Faulty Remedy

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As many of the key elements of VoIP technology fall into place and expectations for the market grow, attention shifts to several weak links in the chain supporting many a would-be business plan.

CLECs Face Uphill Climb with Powells FCC

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If you're in the market for a fresh-faced telecommunications service provider, don't expect to see a rash of new entrants knocking at your door during the tenure of newly named FCC Chairman Michael Powell.

Operator No. 9: January 29, 2001

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The U.S. Constitution may have helped ensure the smooth transition of power from the Clinton administration to the Bush administration, but it can't do much about the transition of Webmasters.

Fast Tracked

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Supreme Court, FCC & Bush team take on Telecom

Compaq Arms Itself for CRM, B2B Battles

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Compaq global services is set to announce this week a worldwide consulting and systems integration partnership with Cap Gemini Ernst & Young LLP to focus on CRM and e-procurement engagements.

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