Putting The Internet Front And Center


Money managers, and their vendors and customers, rallied around Internet technologies for their ease of use, cost effectiveness and freedom to exchange information electronically with, potentially, anyone.

Alas, a communication standard was emerging: Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), the language of the Internet. The speed with which the financial community rushed to adopt Internet technology testified to people's excitement.

With a secure, internal "intranet" in place, firms could receive

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