Stories by Cathleen Moore and Jennifer Jones

Managed Services Lure Corporations

No longer able to resist the lure of the managed service provider model, which promises efficiencies and now more performance guarantees, little by little major corporations are shedding some of the networking functions long done in-house.

VoIP Gains in the Enterprise on Several Fronts

A set of VoIP (Voice over IP) vendors at the Fall 2000 Voice on the Net (VON) show in Atlanta this week unveiled a series of services based on a new standard, SIP (Session Initiation Protocol), which promises to let Web developers more easily weave multimedia capabilities into Web applications.

Phone Carriers are Redefining Themselves

In the wake of the e-business gold rush that has created such an explosion of Internet traffic, traditional telecom carriers are edging further away from their voice roots, attempting to carve out potentially lucrative space in the market for offering data-centric services.

Ringing the Changes

In the wake of the e-business gold rush that has created such an explosion of Internet traffic, traditional telecom carriers are edging further away from their voice roots, attempting to carve out potentially lucrative space in the market for offering data-centric services.