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Content posted in July 2002
The Next Revolution in VPNs
Commentary  |  7/29/2002  | 
Frame relay can do most things that the new network-based VPNs' can do. But NB-VPNs' reduced pricing structure -- they reduce the number of circuits and are easier to budget
Commentary  |  7/22/2002  | 
Consider the organizational impact of cell phones. Now think bigger. A lot bigger.
Experience for Sale
Commentary  |  7/22/2002  | 
How do you know a so-called expert can do what he says he'll do and that you're not the real-world facility for some consultant-in-training?
The Hole Truth
Commentary  |  7/15/2002  | 
Companies rarely admit to security breaches in the first place, much less reveal details that others would find helpful.
Giving You the Business
Commentary  |  7/15/2002  | 
Rather than view your business peers as naive outsiders, try approaching them as a trusted adviser would. Show them you're on the same team.
More Than Location, Location, Location!
Commentary  |  7/8/2002  | 
If you've got some leading-edge stuff going on, invite us over for a visit, and we'll make you a star.
How Will We Justify VoIP?
Commentary  |  7/1/2002  | 
The convergence of voice and data networks is inevitable, yet the industry can't explain why.
Feeling the Heat in Redmond
Commentary  |  7/1/2002  | 
The chink in Microsoft's armor remains the high TCO of its software, and not just the indirect costs customers bear for system downtime, security holes and technology lock-in.


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