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Speedy 802.11a Gains Momentum

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WLAN protocol successor 802.11a is making headway as manufacturers take advantage of reduced component prices and growing user interest to prepare products for the speedier specification

E-Markets on Road to Development

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Some exchanges look to providing software

Bringing Policy to the Forefront

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NTP Software this week will launch a policy-based version of its storage management tool, Quota & File Sentinel.

Acquisitions Lead Corel Down XML Path

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A major corporate and product revamp is under way at Corel Corp. following its recent acquisitions of SoftQuad Software Ltd. and Micrografx Inc., and a certain outcome is XML integration across the company's expanded product line.

Oracle on Air With E-Biz Suite

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Oracle Corp. has a plan to make all its applications accessible via wireless devices.

Domino, WebSphere Ties Strengthened

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A move by Lotus Development Corp. to strengthen the ties between its Domino development platform and corporate parent IBM's WebSphere application server and DB2 Universal Database may lead to more scalable collaborative e-commerce applications, some IT ma

Tivolis Hits on CD Companion

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If you use technology from Tivoli Systems Inc., there is now a new way to get technical support without having to go online.

Netscape 6.1 Delivers—Kind Of

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If you're waiting for Netscape to release a browser that will make everyone jump ship from Microsoft's Internet Explorer, keep waiting. However, if you are looking for an improvement over the buggy and slow Netscape 6.0, Version 6.1 should be a welcome up

Timothy Barry

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Barry has ignited Keane's application outsourcing practice since heading it up two and a half years ago.

Microsoft Sharpens Vision Around C#

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Anders Hejlsberg, chief designer of C#, gives his views on programming languages, Web services.

BSA Members Defend Tactics

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The business software alliance has been storming across America with its Truce Campaign for the past year, leaving countless businesses quaking in its wake-but that's of little concern to the group's members.

Oracle9i JDeveloper in Previews

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Developers looking for a simpler way to design Java2 Enterprise Edition applications, especially for Web services, got an early boost from Oracle as it released its latest development platform to members of its user group.

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