From the March 2001 issue of Entrepreneur
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  • Ace editor: For an easy way to author and update Web pages, try Ektron's eWebEditPro, a browser-based WYSIWYG Web content editor designed for dynamic Web sites. The product offers business users a familiar Windows-like toolbar that requires no HTML or programming language.
  • Crisis management: Your company may undergo a crisis at any moment. To ensure you're prepared to deal with the repercussions, try AskIt.com's Crisis Management Tool, which enables companies to provide crucial information to the public in an emergency situation. The tool provides your crucial information in an FAQ format by placing easy-to-find links on your Web site. This allows visitors to ask questions and receive immediate answers from the online database.

is a technology writer in Brooklyn, New York, who has covered technology for Mobile Computing & Communications and Sales & Marketing Management magazines.