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Novell Dips a Toe into Open-Source

Networking software maker Novell , a longtime advocate of proprietary systems, is the latest company to embrace open standards and technological backing for Linux , the open-source...

Microsoft Agrees to Minor Modifications of Windows

Microsoft Corp. said it will make some changes to its Windows operating system in response to a government request to do so. The changes to the operating...

Justice Joins Investigation of Network Associates

Network Associates on Wednesday said the Justice Department has joined an investigation by securities regulators into potential accounting problems at the company. As a result, the software...

Study: Human Error Causes Most Security Breaches

A new survey from the Computing Technology Industry Association indicates that human error, rather than technology is at the root of most information technology security breaches. The survey...

Microsoft Goes On Offensive in Sun Antitrust Case

Microsoft late Friday accused Sun Microsystems of violating California law by engaging in unfair competition. Microsoft is seeking attorney's fees and damages for what it says...

Gartner Dataquest Sees Pickup in PC Shipments

There are signs that worldwide demand for personal computers will accelerate during the second half of 2003, this according to a new study released Tuesday. Global personal computer...

Apple ‘RAID’s the Enterprise Server Room

Apple Computer Monday continued its push into the Enterprise marketplace with the release of new Xserve hardware as well as updates to its X11 Windowing system. The...

Microsoft Wins Stay But Removes VM Anyway

Hours after a federal court of appeals blocked an order forcing Microsoft to incorporate Sun Microsystems' Java programming language, the Redmond, Wash.-based software giant went ahead anyway...

EU: Microsoft Agrees to .NET Passport Changes

The European Commission on Thursday said Microsoft has agreed to make some major changes to its .NET Passport authentication system.Through Passport, users who register for the service...

Sun: Let the Windows Injunction Be

In a court filing, Sun Microsystems claims that a federal judge's order to include its Java programming language in Microsoft's is imperative to prevent Java...

Microsoft Appeals Federal Court’s Java Mandate

As expected, Microsoft is asking a federal appeals court to delay a federal judge's order that forces the software giant to incorporate Sun Microsystems' Java programming...

Sun Adds to Linux, Open Source Product Lineup

Sun is making a major push into the developing market for Linux and Open Source products.The Santa clara, Calif.-based concern is rolling out seven Sun ONE products...

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