Cisco’s route through Stanford. [Contra Costa Times]
Tomalak’s Realm – MIT Technology Review: Message in a Bottleneck. Simson Garfinkel. Many people who have never tried wireless messaging think that it’s just another techno-gadget–a technology looking for a market. But as soon as they try it, most realize that it’s friendlier, faster, more reliable, less intrusive and generally a lot cheaper than making a cell-phone call.
- Managed network services will not sell themselves. [duh!]
- Hosting vendors’ sales and marketing efforts will markedly shift from customer acquisition in 2001 to client up-selling and retention in 2002. [more duh!]
- Dedicated hosting explodes in Europe as more sophisticated new enterprise users emerge. [okay, this one’s interesting]