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The starting gun fired for Sprint Canada Inc. this month as the company launched its IP-Enabled Solutions.

Report: Web services hype

Heaping helpings of Web Services hyperbole should be handled with a dose of technological reality, according to International Data Corp. (IDC). In a report released Thursday, the Framingham, Mass.-based market research firm concluded that Web services

Secure Web services a moving target

If attendees of a Web services panel discussion came to be reassured their networks and data will be safe, they left the session wiser and perhaps more troubled.

ITXC moves into Zimbabwe with Net services

ITXC Corp., a provider of Internet telephony and communications services, completed a deal Wednesday with Zimbabwe Posts and Telecommunications Corp. (Zimbabwe PTC) for the delivery of international voice and fax calls using ITXC's flagship technology.

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