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Written by on December 21, 2000

Miami

High Tech, by Miami Today reporter Candice Ventra, condenses

the latest news in the Miami Internet and technical worlds.

MIRROR IMAGE:

Officials at World Web USA, one of South Florida’s newest start-up providers of

Internet hosting, say they will expand with the upcoming launch of a sister company,

Corporate Mirror.com. With shared offices at 16855 NE Second Ave., North Miami,

Corporate Mirror staffers say they will offer customers high-tech data protection,

storage and security through a partnership with DefendNet, a security management

system. World Web USA’s roster of clients includes the South Florida and Broward

County chambers of commerce, Yupi, Dynabitt and Section 31 — a Star Trek

fan website. Details: corporatemirror.com and worldwebusa.net.

REISER & UNO: Reiser & Reiser GrupoUno has moved to

a new 26,000-square-foot headquarters at 1607 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables.

An updated website can be viewed at grupouno.com. An integrated marketing communications

firm focusing on Latin America and US Hispanic markets, GrupoUno had been at 4203

Salzedo St. In addition to its Miami office, the company has a network of agencies

in 12 Latin American countries.

NETJUICE INITIATIVES: The Spain-based Internet company

Netjuice Consulting named Pericles Mazarakis managing director of its Latin America

region office in Miami following its acquisition of Initiatives Corp. Mr. Mazarakis

in the past has worked for Transportacion Maritima Mexicana, McKinsey & Co. and

Morgan Stanley. At his new post he will oversee Netjuice’s expansion in Latin

America and oversee strategy and operations for offices in Argentina, Brazil and

Mexico. Initiatives Corp. executives Joseph Franz, Robert Yerby and Peter Montadas

were given vice presidential posts with Netjuice.

HOW ELECTRIC: Florida Power & Light says their customers

will enjoy the company’s updated website at fpl.com. At the site, publicists say

customers can sign up for a free home energy survey and may qualify for FPL incentives

to help pay energy-efficient improvements. The site can also be used to access

account and billing histories. An account number is needed to access information.

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