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Sun Mixes Apples and Oranges

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Traditional integrators are back in vogue, but will they push commodity products?

Sun, Microsoft Agreement Deepens Rift

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The $20 million java settlement reached last week between Sun Microsystems Inc. and Microsoft Corp. could lead to even sharper battle lines in the companies' platform war.

RAD Upgrade Aimed at Net

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Neuvis inc. has released a new version of its rapid application development software tailored for the Internet.

Cisco Wireless LAN Products Gain Speed

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Cisco Systems Inc. last week introduced a set of wireless LAN products that boasts improved speed, better cross-platform support, and a more sophisticated security framework.

A Bumpy Ride Ahead; Get Back to Basics

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There is little doubt that the American economy is headed for sluggish growth or more likely a recession, and this means that IT managers need to focus on fundamentals.

Its More Than Just Looks

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Providers shift focus to better interfaces, portals.

One Company Resolves Midlife Woes

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Progress Software reorganizes its product lines in an attempt to recapture its entrepreneurial spirit.

Sun Declares Victory

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Microsoft settles Java suit, pursues its own strategy

Product Enables Reporting

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San Francisco-based Actuate Corp.'s new Actuate e.Reporting Suite 5 features, among other things, support for Java, LDAP and XML.

Escaping a Data Sand Trap

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HTML interface gets Lesco back on course.

Latest Java Spec Boosts XML Support

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Sun previews its upgraded features for Enterprise JavaBeans, JavaServer Pages and servlets.

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