VoIP players talk potential products; Verizon fights VoIP regulation; one-on-one with Sharepoint

> eComm 2009: VoIP players talk potential profits

> TeleGeography: 35M VoIP lines in Europe in 2008, will reach 48M in 2009

> Verizon fights VoIP regulation in Oregon

> CBS's March Madness online video offering raking in revenue

> Security pros get comfortable with social networking

> Survey: Most CIOs avoiding layoffs

> One on One with Arpan Shah of Microsoft Sharepoint

> Obama's electronic medical requirements are within reach

> CTO delay imperils tech agenda

> Shhh ... GSA keeps dot-gov domains under wraps

> A good time to be in the government market


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