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Netscape Still Isnt Dead—Yet

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Like the old man in the movie "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," the Netscape browser has been proclaimed dead many times, only to quietly respond, "I'm not dead yet."

IT Factory Targets Domino, Exchange

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IT Factory Inc. this week will announce application development tools for its Lotus Development Corp. Domino and Microsoft Corp. Exchange customers

He Made a Difference

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Charles Babbage's Analytical Engine (circa 1838) never executed a program, but it probably could have

Integrating on Their Own

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SAP and J.D. Edwards develop software tools that tie together systems and improve collaboration

Copyright Infringement Is Not a Business

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Napster, the titular leader of the modern peer-to-peer movement, may die a pauper.

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.

SAP Looks to Integrate

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At its upcoming user conference, analysts expect SAP to announce new ways that its enterprise software will link with non-SAP software and across firewalls to outside companies.

C++ Falls Short of An A

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College computer science programs will have the task, during the next few years, of digesting a cohort of incoming students.

ROI Is King

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Net managers seeking better returns

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.

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