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Bridging the Gap Between Java, .Net

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Products from Web services developers Cape Clear, Intrinsyc make it easier to use rival platforms

Fast Facts Section B: June 11, 2001

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SAS Institute joined the application service provider fold last week, announcing a hosted version of its IntelliVisor business intelligence software for retailers.

Made in the Shade?

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Sun cranks up the Web services heat; iPlanet veteran steps into the spotlight.

Microsoft Back on Attack

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Confident of court win, company steps up bundling efforts, Linux offensive

Is Your Site Stressed Out?

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An impossibly slow web site may be worse than having no site at all.

Getting the Biggest Bang for Your IT Buck

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Return on investment isn't always clear, but general trends are identifiable.

Suns Web-Services Play

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Sun ONE bears a strong resemblance to SunConnect, a cross-platform framework that Sun developed in the late 1990s to evangelize Java and attack Microsoft in vertical markets such as financial services.

ROI Is King

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Net managers seeking better returns

Software: Beyond the Box

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I hope these are the last words I write about Microsoft Office, at least as the giant application suite is currently configured.

Microsoft Migrates Its Java Developers

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At one time, Microsoft produced one of the fastest Java Virtual Machines, and programmers using its Visual J++ development tool represented one of the largest blocks - if not the largest block - of Java programmers.

Its All About Abstraction Layers

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Xuma has evolved enterprise application integration messaging technology to create a Distributed Internet Operating System that provides a plug-and-play application infrastructure upon which e-business solutions are built.

Rich Becks

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In the nascent world of electronic commerce, no one's sure what will happen.

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