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Cycling down the e-business economy

Posted January 2, 2001 - 10:47 am

If 2000 was the year when the New Economy tried to defy the rules of business, it appears 2001 will be the year of coming down to earth -- perhaps with a  

Decoding Dot-coms

Posted January 2, 2001 - 10:39 am

Thinking about jumping ship and signing up with a technology start-up, despite the so-called market correction? You might want to first pick up a copy of Daniel  

The Talent War

Posted January 2, 2001 - 10:19 am

Bill Godfrey says he's well aware of the need to act fast and sell hard when recruiting a prized IT professional for e-business  

Brix supplies tools to verify SLAs

Posted January 2, 2001 - 10:14 am


An E-Mail Shredder

Posted January 2, 2001 - 10:04 am

Most computer users with some experience treat e-mail with the informality of an untaped phone  

NetZero sues Juno for patent infringement

Posted January 2, 2001 - 8:51 am

In a move that may be the beginning of a series of legal challenges in the already ailing free Internet access business, Internet service provider NetZero  

IT Forecaster January 02, 2001 - No. 883

Posted January 2, 2001 - 1:00 am

The past year ended in whimpers for IT in general and the "new economy" in  

Someone to Watch Over Me

Posted December 29, 2000 - 4:17 pm

There are four Primary reasons why people use executive coaches, according to a survey conducted by the Washington-based International Coach Federation - for advice, inspiration, friendship and a guardian  

Skill Set Soul Searching

Posted December 29, 2000 - 4:13 pm

Steven Kight was well regarded as a network operations  

As dot-coms die, U.S. Internet use keeps growing

Posted December 29, 2000 - 4:10 pm

The number of people with Internet access in the  

Employers OK with e-surfing

Posted December 29, 2000 - 4:07 pm

We've all done  

The Skills That Thrill

Posted December 29, 2000 - 4:07 pm

After searching three months for a Visual Basic (VB) developer, Paul Coyle, chief technology officer at The CCS  

H-1B's Political Cost

Posted December 29, 2000 - 4:02 pm

The H-1B program is starting to have a

Peacefire says its tool disables porn filters

Posted December 29, 2000 - 4:02 pm

Internet filtering software from SurfWatch, Cyber Patrol, Net Nanny, CYBERsitter, X-Stop, PureSight and Cyber Snoop could all be rendered useless simply by using the new "antifiltering" software from free speech group Peacefire, the group said  

Vendors Form Web Business Consortium

Posted December 29, 2000 - 3:57 pm

A bevy of technology vendors last week set a new industry consortium in motion, pledging that the nonprofit group will serve as a think tank to advise end-user companies on how to build Web-based commerce and business  

Out of Welfare and Into IT: A 'Win-Win' in N.Y.

Posted December 29, 2000 - 3:37 pm

Less than a year ago, Jaime Colon was part of a  

Accessibility rules issued by feds

Posted December 29, 2000 - 3:31 pm

Rules issued Thursday by the  

Salon suffers more staff cuts

Posted December 29, 2000 - 3:04 pm

In a move to cut costs, pioneering online magazine  

Disconnect the dots

Posted December 29, 2000 - 2:58 pm

You can hear the  

Online retail sales continue climb

Posted December 29, 2000 - 2:52 pm

Even as some brick-and-mortar retailers have been lamenting disappointing holiday sales figures in their stores so far this season, online retail spending rose from  

Online retail sales finish holiday season strong

Posted December 29, 2000 - 2:23 pm

Online retail sales made a strong showing in the home stretch of the holiday season, a new study released Monday  

Nintendo, Sega strongly deny merger talks

Posted December 29, 2000 - 2:10 pm

Video game manufacturers Nintendo  

Labor Department unveils revised H-1B regulations

Posted December 29, 2000 - 1:12 pm


Online retail sales finish holiday season strong

Posted December 29, 2000 - 1:05 pm

ONLINE RETAIL SALES made a strong showing in the home stretch of the holiday season, a new study released Monday  

Nonprofits reap the rewards of the Web

Posted December 29, 2000 - 12:33 pm

THE DOT-COM EXPLOSION and e-commerce boom may grab most of the Internet sparkle, but behind the for-profit sector's glitz, nonprofit and charity organizations are working their way over the hurdle of the digital divide and using the Web to push their own  
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