As Netcom Goes, So Go ISPs
Because it was one of the original access providers, Netcom's decision last week to give up its independence-in a $280M merger with ICG Communications-will likely produce some soul-searching among smaller ISPs.
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Mergers Mount for ISPs, Telcos
A new breed of communications provider is emerging, the result of a recent frenzy of acquisitions by telephone companies of the largest Internet access providers. An analysis.
Revenue Gains for Check Point, Two ISPs
The third quarter of 1997 brought record results for Check Point Software Technologies, EarthLink Network's first year-to-year decrease in net loss, and revenue of $1.9 million for @Home Network.
Infoseek Rolls Out New Features, New Look
Search engine company Infoseek will make a number of significant enhancements to its service this week as it follows its competitors in trying to position itself as a starting point for Web surfers.
Ad Network Shifting Focus From Banner Barter to Sales
LinkExchange, the network of more than 100,000 sites that provide free banner ads to one another, has stepped up its efforts to sell available inventory to outsiders by hiring a new director to head an expanding sales force.
Staying Power of Nets; Best Solutions; Web-Specific Tools Are intranets a fad? Which vendors offer the best end-to-end solution? How do Web-enabled client-server tools compare with Web-specific application development tools?
The Intranet Advisor answers readers' questions on monitoring software, intranet policymaking.
RSA Freely Licenses Domain Security Encryption
RSA Data Security Inc. last week announced that it will freely license a version of its encryption engine that will put into place a critical component for securing the Internet's Domain Name System.
New Technology Automates Antivirus Updates
Trend Micro Inc. announces its IntraScan technology, which uses an internal corporate Web server to distribute antivirus information automatically to client machines via an ActiveX client.