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Developer Kings

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When historians look back on the current expansion phase of the Internet, they will identify one of its key drivers as the ascendancy of the software developer into the driver's seat.

The Industry That Fell Back To Earth

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One week into the new millennium we are deluged with reports of the slowing economy and its innumerable ramifications-corporate spending cutbacks, dot-com shutdowns, underwater stock options, and so on.

Major Surgery

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Like an open-heart procedure, upgrading to Exchange 2000 demands planning, expertise and a skilled practitioner. Are you up to it?

Wink, Wink Nudge, Nudge

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The ASP Industry Consortium, a group of 700 companies "formed to promote the application service provider industry" recently announced the formation of an End User Council.

Fighting From Strength

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With 2001 expected to be a year of consolidation in the application services business, Agilera Chief Executive Paul Rudolph put his company ahead of the curve in December 2000 by acquiring another privately held application service provider, Applicast.

Microsoft Boosts .Net With Great Plains Deal

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Microsoft Corp. made a serious move into the small-to-midsize business applications space and bolstered its .Net strategy at the same time with its purchase late last month of Great Plains Software Inc.

On Technology Targets Support

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Desktop configuration management provider ON Technology Corp. has extended the concept of self-service user support to Web-based remote software delivery.

Geekspeak: January 1, 2001

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Technology Helps Where Size Can't

Rave Boosts Redundancy

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AXmp line addition revs processing power.

Sun: Server-Side Up

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Forte for Java 2.0 capably develops Web applications.

Microsoft Trims Office 10 Features List

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Microsoft Corp. is engaging in some serious damage control following its announcement earlier this month that the company will drop two significant features from Office 10.

Developers Back New XML Spec

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With the time frame for delivering the ebXML standard pushed up two months, companies working on the initiative say they already have plans to support the specifications in their products and services.

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