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Reach Out and Integrate

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American Management Systems melds third-party wares into its own product line.

Solitary Guard or Army?

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D-Link and Linksys sell their products for $120 and $129, respectively.

SOHO Sentinels

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Protect your client's network with an inexpensive, but secure internet appliance firewall.

Lotus Pushes Domino Services

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Company aims to ease Web collaboration; follows .Net, Exchange model

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

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.

Nokia Pours Java Into Cell Phones

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The world's biggest cell phone maker, Finland's Nokia, has adopted Java as the basis for software on its future cellular phone and combined phone/handheld device.

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.

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.

Java: Boring Has Its Virtues

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This week, as the faithful turn out for Sun's sixth annual JavaOne Java developers conference, we're struck by how, well, boring JavaOne has gotten.

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