Accounting & Tax
Credit & Capital
Risk & Compliance
Getting the 411 on Telecom Costs
Products and services that can help your company rein in a major (and often hidden) expense.
Surf Report: Monitoring Office Web Use
As costs mount for non-work-related Web surfing, companies have begun to take notice.
Accounting Software: It’s a Buyer’s Market
The Internet is changing what software can do, and how it's acquired.
Baan Goes Web Wild
Oracle pushes Linux strategy, Red Hat fixes a Web leak, and WorldCom, Sun, and Qualcomm go for the wireless Web.
Is Microsoft Too Strong for Java?
Now that Microsoft and Sun Microsystems have settled their legal battle, can corporate users relax?
Intel’s New Chip for Notebooks
Compaq and Intel team up in server appliances, JDS Uniphase lays off workers.
Notebook Market Is on a Roll
Toshiba upgrades Tecra notebooks, WorldCom plans layoffs, and more!
Microsoft Renews Hostilities
Global Crossing goes south of the border, while PDA and broadband growth sizzles.
Local Telcos Must Open Up
Plus Microsoft, Compaq, Dell, Unisys, Jesse Jackson recruits venture capitalists, and the Spice Girls' "intellectual" property.
Microsoft and Sun Sign a Peace Treaty
Equipment leasing comes back, IBM does electronic payments for school, Microsoft gets hacked, Larry Ellison sells cheap computers, and more!
DoubleClick Gets a Clean Bill of Health
Also, Compaq and Yahoo! team up, Expedia.com revamps its Web site, Intel and AMD duke it out, and more.
Big Plans for New Technology
Why Intel and Juniper Networks have big budgets for new technology in 2001.
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