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MCI WorldCom and Critical Path Power into Outsourced Messaging
MCI WorldCom and Critical Path plan to offer the following services: Web mail service, starting at $2 per user, per month, POP3 mail service starting at $3.50

worldcom  WorldCom and Critical Path Power into Outsourced Messaging MCI WorldCom and Critical Path Power into Outsourced Messaging P. Hayes - May 1st, 2000 Event Summary ATLANTA, April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- MCI WorldCom today announced the availability of MCI WorldCom Managed Email, a complete suite of turnkey solutions to provide mid- and large-size businesses and organizations fully managed e-mail systems ranging from Internet e-mail to hosted Microsoft Exchange. Together with Critical Path Inc., a leading global Read More
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Audit Considerations for Enterprise Software Implementations Part 1: Project Planning and Management
Thanks, in part, to the fallout from the financial scandals of Enron, WorldCom, Tyco and others, the corporate spotlight is being refocused on the audit

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WorldCom SPRINTs, Nokia/Visa Pays Bill, & Service Providers Gear for Wireless Tsunami
Ready for another Internet Tsunami? Broadband and Wireless ubiquitous infrastructures are coming into place at a rapid rate. Digital Business Service Providers

worldcom  Gear for Wireless Tsunami WorldCom SPRINTs, Nokia/Visa Pays Bill, & Service Providers Gear for Wireless Tsunami E. Robins - March 13th, 2000 Event Summary In October 1999, MCI WorldCom (NASDAQ- WCOM ) and Sprint (NYSE - FON, FON PR, FON PRA, FXN, PCS) announced a merger agreement that will bring together two giant telecommunications companies with complementary capabilities. SPRINT offers wireless PCS networking while MCI WorldCom has an expanding fiber optics network. Coupled with this is the announcemen Read More
MCI WorldCom: “It’s not an age, it’s an attitude”
Staking its claim as the preeminent communications company for the digital generation, MCI WorldCom announced a major initiative to build upon its advanced

worldcom  Bernard J. Ebbers, MCI WorldCom is fundamentally shifting its corporate strategy, business initiatives, product focus and sales practices to expand its leadership position beyond high-growth, high-speed data and Internet services, Ebbers said. The company is announcing a sweeping initiative to extend the network and transport services MCI WorldCom is so well known for to include a broad range of value added services to facilitate e-commerce and e-business. The move leverages MCI WorldCom's global netw Read More
Mail.com to Join the Microsoft Exchange 2000 ASP GoldRush
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worldcom  Mail.com has joined MCI WorldCom and Critical Path, United Messaging and numerous other ASPs in the outsourced mailbox count race. They all offer a Service Level Agreement, high levels of redundancy and strong technical expertise from an engineering perspective. They are all well funded, with MCI WorldCom and Critical Path having the advantage of a much greater level of corporate viability and longevity when compared and contrasted to startups such as United Messaging. While Mail.com has been around for a Read More
Sarbanes-Oxley Readiness with Microsoft Dynamics NAV
Organizations cannot achieve Sarbanes-Oxley compliance without the proper tools. But once these tools have been obtained, compliance becomes an opportunity for organizations to reevaluate their business practices and grow. Microsoft Dynamics NAV is a powerful ally in compliance efforts, and can give organizations the extra controls and review tools they need to help reach compliance and improve their organizational capacity.

worldcom  such as Enron and WorldCom. Legislators wrote the Act to restore investor confidence in the integrity of US capital markets in the wake of these events by implementing higher regulatory standards upon the quality and integrity of the information itself and assigning responsibility to those responsible for reporting accounting and financial information. Simultaneously, other initiatives were taken to improve corporate governance. These include the Basel II initiative, due for implementation in 2006, which Read More
USi to Offer Managed Messaging for U.S. Feds
USi plans to not only host messaging, but also to offer technical expertise and training to government agencies as part of its enterprise Exchange outsourcing package.

worldcom  (A Mail.com Company), MCI WorldCom, Digex, Interliant and numerous smaller messaging ASPs. USi is the first ASP to enter the US Federal Government space, greatly expanding the potential installed base for USi. The government will benefit greatly from an outsourcing initiative, relieving administrative headaches and human resources issues related to the IT revolving door . Read More
BI Market Consolidation Compared to ERP Market Consolidation
The BI market is ripe for consolidation, but not necessarily for the reason of capturing the scarce remaining market share like in the ERP case, but more likely for the reasons of garnering the most complete CPM portfolio.

worldcom  scandals (e.g., Enron and WorldCom ) have additionally increased executives focus on understanding and managing corporate performance. Given that the BI tools have neither been terribly complex nor expensive to deploy, but have still been helpful in facilitating decision-making process, they have lately become considered necessary rather than only a luxury. Also, decisions are nowadays increasingly made at ever lower levels in organizations. Evolution of the BI Market To that end, various enterprise Read More
AT&T Has a Thing for Media
In February 2000, AT&T announced their 'Ecosystem' which offers network infrastructure and hosting services. They’ve done it again, but this time focusing on the delivery of media. The AT&T 'Ecosystem For Media' is designed to be the industry’s premiere end-to-end digital media platform with the goal to serve 10 million simultaneous streaming media internet users.

worldcom  respond. Nortel, Lucent and Worldcom all recently introduced similar infrastructure programs. If you are considering a solution from one of these organizations it may be worth identifying their future plans and comparing. Read More
Using Business Intelligence Infrastructure to Ensure Compliancy with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act
The 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) has affected organizations, their data, and their reporting processes, putting a strain on how their financials are managed. Business intelligence solutions provide answers to these issues, allowing organizations to address SOX compliancy.

worldcom  as the Enron and WorldCom affairs, the US government was compelled to pass legislation ensuring accurate financial reporting and auditing from organizations publicly traded in the United States. SOX affects any public corporation competing in the American marketplace. As a result of SOX, not only have financial controls and reporting schedules become stricter, but responsibility for accurately reporting financial results has been placed in the hands of organizational heads, namely the chief executive Read More
Antivirus Software: Market Review
Computer viruses are spreading through the Internet at an unprecedented rate and the antivirus market is now a $3 billion (USD) a year industry. This report measures the financial health and product quality of four key industry players: Symantec, McAfee, Computer Associates, and Trend Micro.

worldcom  years, scandals from Enron, WorldCom, and other high profile corporations have really shaken up the stock market. As such, it is impossible to gauge a company s health without checking to see if the company is being sued or investigated for alleged wrongdoings. Although McAfee is not currently under SEC investigation, they have been examined by the SEC in recent years. In 1998, the SEC began examining Network Associates for acquisition related write-offs. In 1999, Network Associates restated its earnings Read More

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