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The product that isn't

March 01, 1999 |
Datamation 1998 Product of the Year: Security
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Novell's Z.E.N.works wins by a slim margin

March 01, 1999 |
Datamation 1998 Product of the Year: NETWORK / SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
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Merging companies bolster voice-data convergence

March 01, 1999 |
Traditional voice equipment providers become heavy hitters in providing data-networking equipment.
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ActiveWorks 3.0 brings it all together

March 01, 1999 |
Organizations have rushed to embrace middleware as the need to integrate applications throughout the enterprise has rocketed. We nominated a range of products, from complete, high-level integration applications to the technical tools, and let you, the IT professional, choose the winner.
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Enterprise 10000 offers scalability, redundancy, power

March 01, 1999 |
Seen by some analysts as an alternative to the mainframe, Enterprise 10000 from Sun Microsystems Inc, of Palo Alto, Calif., walked away with top honors in the server category of Datamation's 1998 Product of the Year poll.
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Visual Basic 6.0 takes top honors

March 01, 1999 |

The programming tool appeals to a wide range of developers, from hobbyists to corporate developers building departmental and even enterprise applications.

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Loyal users put Netscape's "Gecko" at the top

March 01, 1999 |
In one of the closest competitions of the 1998 Datamation Product of the Year awards, Communicator 4.5 from Netscape, nicknamed Gecko, edged out Microsoft's BackOffice Server 4.0 to win by nine votes.
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The problem with problem tracking

March 01, 1999 |
Putting a system in place to follow up on software management issues is harder than you think
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PeopleSoft upgrade sweeps enterprise apps

March 01, 1999 |

Tried-and-true ERP systems won top honors in the enterprise applications category of Datamation's 1998 Product of the Year poll, beating the up-and-coming applications that some analysts have been touting.

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DSS Broadcaster "pushes" away the competition

March 01, 1999 |
The push technology craze in general may have fizzled, but push technology continues to survive in Vienna, Va.-based MicroStrategy Inc.'s DSS Broadcaster, the Data Warehouse Product of the Year. DSS Broadcaster automatically delivers (pushes) selected content of a data warehouse to individuals via any of a number of delivery channels: e-mail, fax, pager, or mobile phone.
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Lean, mean ThinkPad machine wins client-hardware category

March 01, 1999 |
The ThinkPad 600 surged ahead of the product of the year competition in the client hardware category.
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It's not such a small world after all

March 01, 1999 |
Simply translating Web content into other languages won't make your company worldly wise. It takes localization efforts and cultural sensitivity.
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How streaming media works

February 22, 1999 |
The following is an excerpt from an interview with Dan Rayburn & Chris Kelly, of the Globix Corporation.
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Save money in the training space

February 09, 1999 |
The following is an excerpt from an interview with Martin Tobias, Minister of Order & Reason, Encoding.com
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Scope into the video-stream

February 09, 1999 |
An interview with Jose Alvear,author of the Web Developer.com Guide to Streaming Media
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Will Streaming Media shed its skin?

February 09, 1999 |
The following is an excerpt from an interview with John Maxwell Hobbs, head of Creative Development at Ericsson Cyberlab
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Gecko and the NGLayout Engine

February 08, 1999 |
Gecko is the code name for the first release of what will become Netscape Communicator 5.
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The Future of Streaming Media

February 08, 1999 |
The following is an excerpt from an interview with Josh Harris, Chairman at Pseudo Programs, Inc., an online broadcasting network based in New York City.
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On streaming media and the enterprise

February 03, 1999 |
A brief exchange with Robert Miles, of Gartner Group's Interactive Services
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The care and feeding of IT hires

February 01, 1999 |
If you retain hires for the first 12 months, you've survived the rockiest part of their tenure. But that means you've got to make the hiring process last a solid year.
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