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Sun Fires Peer-To-Peer Shot

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As it kicks off its newest technology initiative, Sun Microsystems is training gunfire on one of its oldest enemies: Microsoft.

Prophet In The Valley

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Dan'l Lewin isn't a typical Microsoft evangelist. His words and actions may silence some of the company's loudest critics.

Bearish Market Chews Up CRM Firms Profits

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Vendors aren't immune to economic cycles, cut earnings estimates, jobs

Regulating the Impact

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EU ponders measures to stem environmental damage drom industry.

Toning Up for Sun

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As the market grows cold, SunTone partner programs heat up.

MarchFirst Sells by the Piece

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Acquirers are uncovering value in vertical units

Java 1.4 Will Focus on Server

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The next release of the Java language, Version 1.4, is taking shape as a significant upgrade for server-side Java programmers

Fast Facts Matrix: April 16, 2001

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The National Basketball Association broadcast its first live, streaming video of a game online this month in conjunction with RealNetworks.

Combining Apps Made Easy

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iSpheres and Acta Technology develop software to speed integration of dissimilar applications

UML Tool Eases Co-Worker Collaboration

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Software developers next month will see a new UML tool designed to allow them to collaborate with colleagues

Middleware Mergers Next

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A lot of once-high-flying middleware software suppliers are now wounded ducks in a marketplace rife with acquisitions and mergers.

NetDocs Succumbs to XP

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Microsoft puts technology team under Office umbrella, ending rivalry

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