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I-Marketing Interview: Cisco Systems – Part 2

In Part 2 of this interview, Cisco Systems vice president of worldwide marketing communications Jere King continues her discussion with the E-Commerce Times about how Internet advertising fits in with Cisco's overall marketing strategy ...

Travelocity Branches Out Beyond Flights with Disney

Online travel company Travelocity.com (Nasdaq: TVLY) has announced an agreement with Walt Disney Parks and Resorts to offer Disney theme park ticketsand on-site hotel reservations ...

I-Marketing Interview: Cisco Systems – Part 1

At a time when computer network security is a top priorityfor many company executives, networking kingpinCisco Systems(Nasdaq: CSCO) is enjoying a spot at center stage ...

Battered E-Businesses Turn Away from Wall Street

Publicly traded e-commerce firms suffering frommarket-inflicted wounds could enjoy a second wind asprivate companies. Free from stark financial pressures, a few might even reemerge with newfound vigor, according to analysts ...

Better Business Bureau Debuts Privacy Site

The Better Business Bureau ushered in National Consumer Protection Week by launching a new Web site on Monday ...

Online Mugging a Threat, But No Showstopper

It is no wonder that security initiatives have risen to thetop of technology companies' priority lists. In additionto terrorist and virus threats, personal identitytheft is a burgeoning menace for online consumersand merchants alike ...

Will SAP Leave Commerce One in the B2B Dust?

Like any trend-watcher, I tend to pick out and dwellupon defining moments. Earlier this month, asubtle turn of events occurred in the B2B e-commercearena that should have set off flashing red lights. ...

Amazon More Friend Than Foe for Small E-Tailers

Accusations of anticompetitive land-grabbing oftenbefall category leaders like Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT)and Wal-Mart. But e-tail juggernaut Amazon.com(Nasdaq: AMZN) is no bully, according to analysts ...

I-Marketing Alive and Kicking in 2002

Despite ubiquitous reports of a sagging onlineadvertising market, there are plenty of reasons fori-marketing managers to look ahead with optimism ...

Report: Miles To Go Before Customers Rule Online

Most companies still are not performing adequately when it comes tosatisfying online customer needs, according toa report released Monday by the Yankee Group ...

Online Security: Job One for E-Commerce

Since the advent of e-commerce, security concerns havekept consumers and corporations from jumping into the fray with both feet. Until recently, though, security was a highly theoretical worry for consumers -- and an easilydismissed cost category for companies. ...

Was HotJobs Really that Hot an Investment?

If you are yawning through the NFL playoffs, you mightfind more thrills in the online job search arena ...

E-Commerce Looks for a Second Chance in 2002

January is quickly flying by and we've hardly had time to consider what awaits e-commerce in 2002 ...

Does Crime Pay More on the Web?

The anonymity of the Internet and the potential for higher rewards for criminals has fueled an alarming increase in cybercrime activity in recent years. Indeed, analysts agree that Internet-savvy lawbreakers may have more to gain and less to lose than their physical world counterparts ...

Internet Portals Leave Adolescence Behind

By now, you have probably realized that Yahoo! (Nasdaq: YHOO) is up to something ...

E-Tail Shakeout Not Over Yet

We may have seen the worst of e-tailing attrition inthe last two years, but we have not seen the last ofit. Surviving online retailers still have substantialwork to do in order to reach the end of 2002 without closing up shop ...

E-Commerce 2002: B2B Survivors Focus on the Enterprise

The demise of many individual electronic marketplaces in 2001 may have unfairly tarnished the reputation of the overall business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce sector ...

Web Services: Hurdling the Hype

Ours is an economy of hype. Vendors produce it.Infomediaries distribute it. And unfortunately,corporations and consumers often buy it ...

Blind Online Shoppers Deserve Attention

Scrutiny befalls every move that Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN) makes. Most pack-leaders must bear this burden. ...

The Half-Life of High-Tech PR

Undeniably, the Internet has changed many components of business, and public relations is no exception. The Web and e-mail have brought unprecedented speed and efficiency to the dissemination of product and company awareness ...

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