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Content tagged with Software posted in January 2003
IT Confidential: Software Scandals Never Seem To Stop
Commentary  |  1/31/2003  | 
'Those who want free music don't believe in free speech.'
The Observer: IT's Own Hallowed Trinity
Commentary  |  1/28/2003  | 
Three issues--manageability, choice, and security--are forever twined and are remaking the IT world, says Lou Bertin.
Influencer Visions: It's All In The Process
Commentary  |  1/24/2003  | 
In 2003, real-time business will emerge as a powerful model for connecting customers, suppliers, partners, and other pieces of the extended enterprise. It's not a fad, warns Bob Evans, and companies that choose to ignore its, well, realness, do so at their very great peril.
Langa Letter: Linux Has Bugs: Get Over It
Commentary  |  1/23/2003  | 
Fred Langa contends that some Linux proponents harm their cause by hiding from the facts--it's just as buggy as Windows XP.


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