With the release of Novell Directory Services (NDS) for Windows NT 2.0, Novell plans to move into branch offices and departments with a version of the product that does not require a NetWare server to physically be on the site.
Stories by Bob Trott
Hole allowed hackers to provoke a denial-of-service attack
With many customers voicing dissatisfaction about the Windows NT prices they must pay for Windows Terminal Server (WTS), Microsoft is rethinking the cost structure of its thin-client solution.
Statement makes no mention of player battle
Authors suggest legal obstacles to Linus progress
Users who follow Microsoft's advice to blend all of its products into one harmonious enterprise mix are starting to feel burned as the software behemoth struggles to address issues ranging from piracy to bug fixes to slipping ship dates.
IE 5.0 will incorporate IntelliSense technology found in Office
Microsoft targeting five potential markets with NT Embedded
OSS "poses a direct, short-term revenue and platform threat to Microsoft"
Office, Internet Explorer and Service Pack 1 all lined up
Beta 1 will be geared more for end-users
Oracle must surrender "all agreements" with Apple, IBM, Novell, Netscape, Sun, Hewlett-Packard and Compaq
As Windows NT 5.0 beta testers wallow in the huge changes to the technology - Microsoft developers continue to push more features into the OS. The features come in spite of the fact that Microsoft officials said Beta 2 of the product, released recently, was "feature-complete".
Two MIT professors, two industry allies, and eight Microsoft executives to testify
Intel, Sun, Apple, Caldera, RealNetworks and other hand over documents