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Ernst & Young Issues White Paper Focusing on E-Commerce Strategy

What type of e-commerce strategy does your company need to move its Internet presence from basic to highly profitable?
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Timberline Publishes First Biztalk Compatible Schemas

Newly available software links construction companies to project suppliers, subcontractors, owners and other construction players, allowing cost estimate information to flow freely along the Internet.Construction companies can now harness the power of the Internet with two new schemas for construction estimating created by Timberline Software Corporation.
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Powerful Tool Now Available For Finance Professionals

For accounting professionals working as a company's Chief Financial Officer, the offering of services provided in the new and improved Thomson Corporate Finance's WG&L Corporate Finance Network may prove to be a powerful resource tool. But could this new resource be another "Turbo Tax" for accounting services offered by accounting firms?The new web network offers interactive checklists that guide professionals through key activities such as SEC filings, merger and acquisition investigations, forecasting cash flow, and maximizing collections.
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Test The Way Your Email Looks

Do you ever wonder what your email looks like to a recipient? Is the format right? Does it contain all those #@%*! email tags at the bottom? To test your email, compose a short message and mail it to test-format@allrealgood.com. Once sent, go to http://www.allrealgood.com/format.txt to see your message on display (If you don't see it, hit reload or refresh on your browser).
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Study Reveals Web Sites are Only 19 Mouse Clicks Apart

The medium is the message, and interconnectivity is key to the technology. A study released Thursday in Nature says any two randomly selected pages on the Internet are only 19 mouse clicks apart from one another.The study was led by physics professor Albert-Laszlo Barbasi at the University of Notre Dame, who, along with his team, had a robot collect and follow all links found on one Web page.
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To Tax Or Not To Tax

A Note From Tina Kersen, AccountingWEB ContributorThe other day I hopped online to order some Ray Ban sunglasses. I was pleasantly surprised when I signed onto Shades.com to find the exact pair of shades I admired in the mall for exactly half the price. Prior to ordering at the virtual "check out," I figured my total savings· $60.00 ($120 retail vs.
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Handspring's Visor Will Enter Market as Palm Rival

If you've been looking for a less expensive, faster and more expandable version of the Palm Pilot - you may be in luck. Handspring Inc. will unveil its new Visor product line on September 14 in a move to make you think seriously about retiring your trusty Palm handheld.Three new Visor models will be introduced at prices much lower than their 3Com competitors.
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Macola Partners with Microsoft to Improve Progression Series 7.5

Macola Software has enhanced the speed and efficiency of its signature business management software by packaging Progression Series 7.5 with Microsoft SQL Server 7.0, the leading Windows NT Server-based database.Macola is a Microsoft Solution Provider Partner that develops software products using the Microsoft Windows and BackOffice environments.
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Step up Folks! Dell Slashes Prices on PCs up to 18 Percent!

Austin-based Dell Computer Corporation today announced it would cut prices up to 18 percent on its network-ready OptiPlex business desktop PCs. The decision was made based on savings the company has gained from reductions in component costs, dramatic increases in online support versus telephone-based technical support or other support, and surging Internet sales. The reported daily savings figure is $30 million.
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Makers of Palm Pilot Develop New Wireless Service for Earlier Models

Healthy competition is good, but competing against yourself? 3Com Corp, makers of the Palm Pilot line of personal digital assistants (PDAs), along with Aether Systems, Inc., have announced a new wireless service called Open Sky that will serve the Palm III and Palm V. The service is expected to debut first quarter 2000.3Com has beta-tested its new Palm VII this summer in various markets, and plan to roll out the model in mass this fall.
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Happy 30th Birthday to the (Invisible) Internet

Join us in wishing the Internet an unofficial Happy 30th Birthday!
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Watch Out For The "Thursday" Virus

Network Associates Inc. reported yesterday that a new Word Macro virus, dubbed "Thursday," has cropped up among banks and financial institutions in eight different countries.The Word 97 virus attacks the normal.dot file. What's scary is the virus is what is known as a "sleeper" virus. Users won't know they are infected until December 13, 1999 when the virus will attempt to delete all files on a user's "C" drive.Users in London first detected the virus. It's now in the U.S.
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Panel Asks Congress for Funds to Study Internet Taxation

In order to seek funds to finance a study on Internet taxation, the Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce, a panel appointed by Congress, is returning to its creator to ask for $2 million to finance the project.The 19-member Commission has raised the eyebrows of such high-profile companies as America Online, AT&T, Time Warner and other businesses who believe the Panel's recommendations may affect their bottom line by shaping e-commer
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Intel Predicts PC Prices Will not go any Lower

During the Intel Developers Forum in Palm Springs, Intel vice president Pat Gelsinger predicted that prices for a Windows-based PC will not dip much below the already bottomed-out price of $400. Prices may fall another $50, he said, but that is speculation at this point.Some PCs have fallen to $399, but these models are considered by analysts to be low-end computers with non-Windows operating systems, such as Linux and Be.
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New Pentium Speed Reaches 700 MHz

Just when PC users began to get used to top speeds of 500 MHz, Intel will unveil its new 700 MHz Coppermine Pentium III chip in October.The new chip will run at a faster speed than the 600 to 667 MHz speed analysts first predicted, and goes head-to-head against the perceived competition from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and their Athlon processor.Intel said the Coppermine chip also will be available for notebook computers, marking a real advantage for notebook computer users whose processor speeds traditionally have not
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Update Your System With updates.com

http://www.updates.com is a free update service that will analyze your entire hard drive and tell you what software needs to be updated. It will even provide you the link for downloading updates. Additionally, updates.com analyzes hardware and gives tips for improving performance. To use their service, you must have cookies enabled and download a 1.2 meg Netscape plug-in (Note: be sure to close your browser before installing the plug-in.)
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Sun Introduces Web-based Office Software Suite

Sun Microsystems today announced the debut of StarOffice 5.1, a new software applications package that competes head-to-head with the Office suite from Microsoft.The software is available free for download at the StarOffice Web site, and is selling a CD-ROM for customers who prefer not to wait for the software to download.
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Harte-Hanks to Purchase ZD Market Intelligence

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Powerful Portfolio Management Software Now Available

1st Global, Inc. just rolled out its new version of Premier Allocator(TM). The new version combines Wiesenberger's Blueprint and InvestmentView products for the technology and database engines driving the program. The program bundles into one package asset allocation, mutual fund research, and decision support tools.
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Microsoft's Hotmail Left Users Exposed To Unscrupulous Web Sites

Is security an issue with Microsoft? You have to wonder. On the heels of two other security glitches with Microsoft software products, its Hotmail servers were taken down yesterday when it was discovered that several web sites maliciously used a security hole in Microsoft software.These web sites allowed anyone to access any Hotmail account by simply typing in an account name. No password was required to read, send or delete mail from an account.How did Microsoft learn that its millions of free email service users were vulnerable?

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