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Stories by John Fontana

  • Ipedo caches direct. device

    What's good for the Web server is good for the directory in the eyes of Ipedo, a developer of content delivery and acceleration software.

  • Lotus putting 4.6 out to pasture

    Lotus Development is preparing to give IT executives the ultimate incentive to move to R5 - by ending support for the 4.6 platforms of Notes and Domino.

  • Papows keeps eye on Lotus struggles

    A year after leaving Lotus Development, former CEO Jeff Papows says his decision was based on IBM's growing integration with the company and that he is watching closely as his former colleagues struggle to rebound and maintain their lead in the collaboration market.

  • MS getting .Net servers in line for next year

    Microsoft, squirming under financial pressures it has not seen in more than 10 years, this week continued to shore up a new server line that will be critical to helping the company get back on track in the new year.

  • Novell earnings document difficult year

    Novell recently reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings that show a slight increase in revenue over the last quarter, but reflect that the company struggled mightily this year.

  • MS to air wireless server

    Microsoft has introduced a server designed to give companies a way to wireless-enable applications for access from any number of handheld devices.

  • Another Key Exec Out at Microsoft

    Paul Maritz, who was leading Microsoft's efforts to woo developers to its new .NET platform, has announced he is leaving the company for personal reasons.

  • Lotus making access strides

    Lotus Development has taken another step to match Microsoft as the two scramble to provide enterprise users with wireless access to applications running on their respective messaging and collaboration servers.

  • Microsoft's BizTalk hits beta

    Microsoft on Monday released the first beta of BizTalk Server 2000, which is designed to integrate applications and business partner networks using XML.