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Robust and in Living Color

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It's as big as the pocket PC device, but it won't run on the Microsoft Corp. platform of the same name.

The Password Plague

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Who knew that managing passwords could be so unbelievably expensive?

.Nets Open to Change

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A leading open source developer, Miguel de Icaza, said he will launch an open source project to create a platform-neutral version of the upcoming Microsoft .Net development environment.

Fast Facts Section B: July 2, 2001

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Online auction service provider FreeMarkets has signed a two-year pact to provide auction services to Cooper Industries following completion of a successful pilot.

Road to Windows 2000 Made Easier

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With an eye toward the growing number of migrations to Windows 2000, two desktop administration software providers announced new or enhanced tools designed to streamline the process.

SunForum Shines With VOIP Vigor

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Sun Microsystems' update brings collaboration to Sun Ray thin-client platform, saves sites money

.Net Gets Close to Fruition

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But whether Microsoft can deliver platform by its self-imposed year-end deadline is no sure thing

MS Attacks Open Source

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Microsoft is launching a two-pronged offensive against what it sees as its chief competition on the Internet: open source code.

Saving Through E-Commerce

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Can moving to an e-business platform save a company money? There may be a way to find out.

DOD Takes to the Open StarOffice

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A key Pentagon agency has picked open source code.

Critics Hit Microsoft Move

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Developers, competitors say expansion of .Net strategy is aimed at suppressing growth of Java

Millionaire Wyly Tries to Oust CAs Board

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In most games, starting out with a 26-point deficit would be enough to prompt a forfeit. But the venture group looking to take control of Computer Associates International is showing no signs of giving up.

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