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Fujitsu Makes Server Moves on Sun

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With PrimePower 2000, vendor offers Sun customers a less expensive Solaris-based system

Microsoft: Share More

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Source code is the DNA of the e-commerce ecosystem, and access to it is essential to the survival and evolution of e-businesses.

Vendors Rushing IT Utilities Online

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While IBM has been among the earliest and most ambitious proponents of shared, pay-as-you-go IT utilities, competitors such as Sun Microsystems Inc., Accenture Ltd., Computer Sciences Corp., Compaq Computer Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Co. are not far behind

Blending Old, New

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Bank of America picks integrator webmethods

Tivoli Launch Stresses Mobile Support

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Tight economic times have put the spotlight back on how to get the most out of IT assets.

11i: Too Soon, Users Say

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Oracle Corp. boasted famously in television advertisements earlier this year that implementing its own e-business software saved it $1 billion.

Smoother Web Deployments

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Traditionally, if companies want to deploy applications over the Web, they can use standard Web development tools that are ubiquitous and scalable but also grade low in performance and reliability, or they can use expensive customized code that is product

Hidden Pitfalls in .Net Open Source?

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Seasoned open source code developers are concerned that an effort to produce an open source alternative to Microsoft's .Net development platform may be held hostage by the software giant, if the endeavor ever gets off the ground.

Plumbing for IT Aid Abroad

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Companies seek efficiency by farming out work

Buffer Overflows: Problem Multiplies

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It used to be that buffer overflows were just a nagging 40-year-old glitch in the software development process.

Push for Exchange Partnerships Fades

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Maturing e-marketplace puts i2-Ariba-IBM alliance in limbo, points to fewer multicompany pacts

J.D. Edwards Launches B2B Sales App

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Playing catch-up to rival enterprise resource planning vendor PeopleSoft Inc., J.D. Edwards & Co. announced last week the general availability of its OneWorld Advanced Web Order Configurator, or AWOC.

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