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Tivoli Sings the Blues

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Falling sales, a revolving door and poor execution take their toll.

Corel Bows Out of Linux Distribution Race

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Corel Corp.'s announcement last week that it will sell off its Linux desktop distribution unit will have little impact on the open-source community.

Yes, He Does Windows

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Need to manage desktops from afar? Sit back, relax and let Everdream do the dirty work.

Slowing PC Sales Spur Diverse Strategies

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Dell to pursue market share, price cuts; Compaq takes profits-over-sales route, shunning price war.

Light Strategy

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Intel pushes to make optical nets more efficient

Another Big Idea

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Hewlett-Packard needs your help.

Look for the Payoff in Poor Earnings

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Earnings reports last week swooped down like an Alberta Clipper, suggesting the economy is headed for the deep freeze.

Mixed Reactions From Down South

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IBM says Lotus allies need not worry about changes to partner program.

Entering E-biz? Help Is Here

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Avnet, IBM hold solutions providers' hands, as they dive into e-business integration.

High-Altitude Headache

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While it may be the toughest part of the implementation, the action's not just at the Windows 2000 Server.

More help for Windows 2000

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With Lanutil32 elite 5.02, vector networks continues its foray into desktop management.

Geekspeak: January 15, 2001

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Scanners Helping Machines Get Better Acquainted

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