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CA Gets the Last Laugh

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Remember Network Associates' hostile bid for Cheyenne?

Up in the Air

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U.S. still can make 3G comeback

3Com Spin-off Turns Rival

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The latest episode in the 3Com and U.S. Robotics story might play out like something from a PBS television nature special: The offspring grows up and attacks its parent in a vicious fight for territory.

App Servers to Comply With J2EE

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The application server market continues to bustle, with new releases on the horizon from BEA Systems Inc., Borland Software Corp. and IBM.

Outside World Wants Inside IT

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If your company isn't a world-class technology user, it won't last long: Aggressive adoption and deployment of information systems, both computing and communications, are a minimum requirement for a sustained competitive role in today's economy.

The Upside of the Downside

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A couple of questions and maybe a few answers coming into the new year.

Layer 7 Switching Routes Data Discerningly

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Burgeoning Internet traffic coupled with rising demand for QOS multimedia content such as VOIP and real-time streaming have fueled the emergence of Layer 7 switching.

Beyond the Database

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Oracle8i Release 3 aims for mail, file server market.

eFiles: December 18, 2001

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Ford Motor Co. two years ago decided it had better things to do than host Web servers. So, like most major global enterprises, Ford outsourced most server operations to Web hosting service providers.

Chief Strategy Officer: Got What It Takes?

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In the "e" world, little makes sense, but what does is made coherent by a fluid approach to money, markets, management and technology.

Always-On Gets More Secure

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Intel router targeted at small and home offices.

P2P Gets Jury of Its Peers

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Testers say it has a place in enterprise.

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