Even with its Web emphasis, the new version of NetWare appears unlikely to stem the operating system's eroding market share that has resulted from its pounding from Windows, users and analysts said.
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ASP market leapt forward last week
Microsoft will issue a third and final release candidate of Windows 2000 around the second week of November as the last test version before it ships code to manufacturing before year's end.
NT 4.0 Embedded client runs on only 12Mb of memory
"New platform" involves services designed to make the Web useful to core customers
Microsoft president Steve Ballmer yesterday said the company plans to make office productivity applications available over the Web, but the demand for the service among corporate users appears limited, several observers said.
IBM Global Services (IGS) describes new Windows offerings
Microsoft CEO declares quality "the top goal"
A ruling by a federal US appellate court on Monday had both Microsoft and Sun Microsystems claiming small victories in their dispute over Java, but its users won't get a clearer sense of the language's fate from the ruling, observers said.
Rational’s Java compiler will be more industry-standard than Microsoft’s
New York-based Computer Associates International Inc. and Orem, Utah-based Caldera Systems Inc. announced a partnership in which CA will develop its Unicenter TNG management framework for Caldera's distribution of the Linux operating system.
Red Hat officials refer to standards groups as “overhead”
Half US IT managers in survey aren't familiar with Linux
US consumers shopping more often, spending more
Inconsistent support among browsers for new features makes developers wary