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.Net Turnabout Is Fair Play

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Those loud thuds you heard earlier this month were jaws hitting the floor all over Microsoft's corporate campus.

Sun Devices Under a Cloud of Smoke

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Sun Microsystems Inc. has initiated a program to replace some of its Sun Ray devices after finding a problem that can cause the systems to fail.

EDS, Sun Aim High With Partnership

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Electronic Data Systems Corp. and Sun Microsystems Inc. will launch this week a more formalized partnership to sell and promote each other's wares with a program that is expected to net the two companies a combined $3 billion in new business.

Ready for Hardball?

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Vendors get tough on licensing deals; how to fight back

Open Source

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Is open source software more secure than proprietary software? In a word, "yes."

Bell Heads

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Voice developers of yesterday pleased with tech innovations being made possible today

Open Source Tries .Net; Future Unclear

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Ximian's Mono Project development could meet with resistance from Microsoft over licensing

Microsoft, VeriSign Secure .Net

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Microsoft may be laying the groundwork for future control points even as it blesses the creation of an open source version of its .Net platform.

One Law? Sure, but This One Isnt It

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CIOs frustrated by increasingly expensive, sometimes kludgy software would be well-advised to pay attention to the status of the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act as it wends its way through state legislatures.

Magic Broadens Help Desk Portfolio

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Readies customer self-service software, unveils migration program for users of competing apps

Teaming Up on Procurement

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Microsoft's Great Plains unit, Clarus unite on integrated B2B package for small, midsize businesses

Weaving the Web

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Combining web, legacy apps gets easier

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