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Published: December 2nd, 1999


Nortel Networks acquires CRM vendor Clarify Inc.

Nortel Networks acquires CRM vendor Clarify Inc.

With plans to set off what they are calling the "second wave of eBusiness", Nortel Networks Corp. and San Jose,...

November 18th, 1999 Cindy Steinman

Thinking About e-Bus

Thinking About e-Bus

Recognizing that there is a hard/soft balance and maintaining that balance will be key to e-business success.E-business causes dislocating changesI've...

November 18th, 1999 Robert Fabian

Happy Landings

Happy Landings

As CIOs scramble to update their disaster recovery plans in time for the Y2K changeover, many are discovering just how...

October 31st, 1999 Jim Hilbert

IPv6 offers no compelling reasons to switch

IPv6 offers no compelling reasons to switch

Recently, I had a chance to dine with some of the top network implementers in the world: the people who...

October 21st, 1999 Joel Snyder

Dell to acquire ConvergeNet for US$340 million

Dell to acquire ConvergeNet for US$340 million

Dell Computer Corp. announced earlier this month an agreement to buy ConvergeNet Technologies Inc., a privately held storage networking company...

September 23rd, 1999 Jack McCarthy

Lucent introduces enhanced VPN gateway

Lucent introduces enhanced VPN gateway

Lucent Technologies Canada's VPN Gateway 2.0, an enhanced version of Lucent's standards-based VPN product, has three notable changes, according to...

September 9th, 1999 Cindy Steinman

SGI showcases mega-visualization for oil and gas industry

SGI showcases mega-visualization for oil and gas industry

Looking to prove the merits of ultra-powerful visualization technology, Silicon Graphics Canada recently set up a Reality Center demonstration system...

July 15th, 1999 Grace Casselman

Making presentations the SMART way

Making presentations the SMART way

Sometimes being able to reach an audience has a lot to do with how well you interact with your presentation...

June 17th, 1999 Gail Balfour

Lucent buys up SONET chip firm

Lucent buys up SONET chip firm

Lucent Technologies Inc. continued to feed its seemingly insatiable appetite for technology companies by gobbling up Ottawa-based systems-on-a-chip manufacturer Sybarus...

April 8th, 1999 Michael Martin