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On Web-based training: "Web-based training is at a critical juncture. Most systems are static and cannot deliver on basic promises of more cost-efficient learning. Meanwhile, companies are searching for more effective learning."--Mark Towery, Tcert president.

On CLECs: "More than providing Internet access commodity service, CLECs must begin to view themselves as technology consultants who help customers exploit the Web and grow their business."--Chris Oliver, Vitts Networks' CEO.

On e-mail: "E-mail is the Internet's most popular application, yet it has changed little during the past 10 years. Today's inbox is essentially an unorganized, sequential repository with no support for any type of intelligent, automatic processing. The current technology is fundamentally unsuitable for handling the exploding message volumes. device proliferation and business-to-consumer interactions that the new economy demands."--Jonathan Zuck, chairman of the Message ML Forum, which was created to further development of a new standard for electronic messaging that uses XML.
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Title Annotation:News Briefs
Author:Kelly, Sean
Publication:Communications News
Date:Dec 1, 2000
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