Dot-com firms learn security lessons

Wednesday, 7 June 2006, 12:39 AM EST

In the aftermath of the internet bubble, what does an online company need to survive and profit? Gone are the days when only a catchy domain name, lots of banner advertising and a greedy venture capitalist would do. Now the company needs a reliable service, a professional management infrastructure, something tangible and/or useful to supply, a trusting customer base, and a good bank manager.

At IT Week.

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