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Integrating Third-Party EAI

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Increased integration capabilities and greater use of open standards mark the latest release of SpaceWorks Inc.'s business-to-business sell-side software suite.

Dawn of the Living Dead Applications

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It's amazing how fast a new application can be orphaned by a struggling company. Due to the onslaught of new servers and operating systems, legacy applications now have the shortest life spans I've witnessed in the last 20 years.

Net Gear Makers Slash Work Forces

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Lucent, Cisco, Nortel cutbacks raise concerns among customers about pricing, support issues.

Austin: InfiniBand HQ?

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Bragging and Texas go together like enchiladas and hot sauce.

P2P Product Finds Its Groove

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When Groove Networks released its software and announced three large customers earlier this month, it kicked off business for one of the most watched companies in the unproven peer-to-peer software market.

Prophet In The Valley

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Dan'l Lewin isn't a typical Microsoft evangelist. His words and actions may silence some of the company's loudest critics.

What Is Microsoft .Net?

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According to platforms group VP Jim Allchin, Microsoft .Net will involve these five components

Still Waiting for Bluetooth

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Expect further delays; don't chuck your crimpers, Cat. 5 just yet.

Air2Web, Aether Rev Developer Apps

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Wireless application enablers Air2Web Inc. and Aether Systems Inc. are each readying upgraded development offerings that focus chiefly on increased mobile commerce security and simplified device-specific development issues.

Sun Fires Peer-To-Peer Shot

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As it kicks off its newest technology initiative, Sun Microsystems is training gunfire on one of its oldest enemies: Microsoft.

Regulating the Impact

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EU ponders measures to stem environmental damage drom industry.

Toning Up for Sun

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As the market grows cold, SunTone partner programs heat up.

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