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Gates Plays Games With Rivals, Java

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Ever wonder what bill gates does in his spare time?

Truce or Dare

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The BSA's Truce Campaign is giving businesses fits, causing some to consider alternative products for the first time

Government Could Teach BSA a Lesson

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Here's a suggestion. In an economic period when layoffs mount with ever-increasing frequency and forecasts of recovery stretch out every day, you probably don't want to anger your current customers.

Microsofts Role in App Server History

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Last week, I wrote about the continued consolidation of the application server market as if there were any players left to consolidate.

Pinocchios the Only One to Get Support

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In the two previous columns in this ethics in it series, I asked readers to send me the ethical dilemmas with which they have to grapple in their roles as corporate IT managers.

Firms Integrate Solutions

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Clarus, Manugistics partner to combine software to further adoption through the .Net platform

PeopleSoft Bucks Downward Spiral

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It appears PeopleSoft Inc.'s move to Web-enable its business applications is finally paying dividends for itself and its customers.

Microsoft Open to Mono Effort

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When the Free Software Foundation announced its .Net development-platform-on-Unix project, called Mono, earlier this month, there were a whole lot of question marks about how Microsoft would let its ideas and code be used by competitors.

Optical Networking Deployments

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Shifting to light speed both locally and internationally

Quick and Easy Wireless Integration

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Software makers are under increasing pressure from customers to make applications accessible via wireless devices.

Microsoft Takes Parting Shot at Java

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Removes JVM from XP, blocks Java from Outlook

Three Levels of Security

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PX Technologies Inc., of New York, will launch a Web-enabled version of its Wintility Pro document management software next month.

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