Web and Network Connectivity


SWIFT Seeks to Reassure Customers

Contingency plans for service are in place, but SWIFT remains cautious about future phases of its Global Crossing partnership.

SWIFT, the Brussels-based messaging service provider for the financial industry, is assuring clients that its service and plans for migration to IP-based messaging remain unaffected by Global Crossing's woes.

Bermuda-based Global Crossing, which is facing investigation by the FBI and the SEC in the wake of its bankruptcy filing, manages

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