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Building Better Bundles

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Companies find a way to build better service packages

Geoff Butcher

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More than 60 telecom customers use United Kingdom-based Protek's business and operational support systems software.

Wiretap Rules to Change?

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U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft's anti-terrorism proposal includes a request to allow the FBI to tap all the communications of a suspect rather than just the suspect's telephone.

Next Small Thing

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"Ahh-nold" lost his memory (and Sharon Stone) in "Total Recall." This nifty digital voice recorder, perhaps named after the movie, would have solved the former problem.

Future Looks Grim for Travel Industry

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In the immediate aftermath of the terrorist attack on New York and Washington, D.C., virtually every trade show in the country was cancelled for remainder of September and early October. But in a troubling sign that the impact may linger, some events sche

Terrorism Brings Videoconferencing Into Focus

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Even before terrorists destroyed the World Trade Center, interest in videoconferencing was growing as financially strapped corporations looked for ways to reduce costs and improve efficiency.

VeriSign to Acquire Illuminet for $1.2B

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VeriSign on Monday announced that it will buy Illuminet Holdings, a provider of intelligent network and signaling services to telecommunications carriers, for about $1.2 billion in stock.

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Adobe Acrobat Reader is free software that lets you view and print Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files on all major computer platforms.

Ariba Rolls Out Direct Procurement App

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Ariba Inc. today introduced its Ariba Enterprise Sourcing application that disperses purchasing across an enterprise and moves the business-to-business platform provider into direct procurement.

FCC Approves Verizon Long-Distance Bid

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While Verizon labored to restore telephone service to 10,000 businesses in lower Manhattan this week, the Federal Communications Commission quietly approved its application to compete for long-distance customers in Pennsylvania.

Genuity Independent Until At Least 2002

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Verizon Communications' latest regulatory approval to sell long-distance services in Pennsylvania gives the regional Bell about half of the lines it needs to take over Web hosting and IT outsourcing firm Genuity.

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