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    eBay's X.commerce platform is trying to change the way developers and businesses do retail online.

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  • Startup leans on cloud analytics to parse e-commerce data

    A retail startup with a barebones staff relies on cloud-based analytics to take the place of IT.

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  • VARs assess retail market business opportunities

    Although 2009 was a tough year for solution providers, the new year offers hope from e-commerce and hosting.

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  • Extranet security strategy considerations

    Extranets can be beneficial for conducting e-commerce, but if they aren't properly secured, they can pose serious risks to you, your business partners and customers. In this tip, our network security expert, Mike Chapple, provides four tactics for locking down these private business networks.

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  • Win2000 features get thumb’s up from early e-commerce adopters

    The jury is still way out on whether Microsoft's Windows 2000 operating system environment will become the OS of choice for e-commerce computing. But the word from some early adopters is that several new features offer distinct advantages -- at least compared to predecessor NT.

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  • How Microsoft.Net will jumpstart e-commerce

    In a courageous, some say desperate, move recently, Microsoft announced its "vision and road map" to the fast-rising Web services software platform. The new vision is a dramatic change for Microsoft, which pioneered and perhaps perfected the process of upgrading to full-blown versions of software.

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  • IT pros question NT for large-scale e-commerce

    While Windows NT is an economical e-commerce platform for small to medium-sized businesses, it may not be the best choice for large-scale deployments, according to analysts at Mainspring, an e-commerce consultancy in Cambridge, Mass. We asked Mainspring about its experience in helping clients...

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  • Tips for building an e-commerce strategy

    This is part one of a two-part series on the importance of formulating an e-business strategy.

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  • How should I encrypt my Web site data?

    I am developing an e-commerce site that will use SQL Server 2000 accessible via the ASP. I am using a public hosting company to host this Web site (and their SQL server). I want the Web site users to enter their proprietary information via the usual form-based interface, and then I want to save...

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  • Is e-commerce for real and is it right for small business?

    Is e-commerce for real and is it right for small business? Everyone knows that it's necessary to use e-commerce to web-ify your company. But what are the considerations that you have to have in mind to do that? And once you've done it, will your business be able to grow its e-commerce activities,...

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