Content tagged with Software
posted in October 2001
Langa Letter: The End Of Anonymous Surfing?
Commentary  |  10/30/2001  | 
Microsoft's Passport and its competitors are making it harder than ever for computer users to keep a low profile, Fred Langa says.
Langa Letter: Fine-Print Follies
Commentary  |  10/9/2001  | 
The current flap over FrontPage is just part of the story, Fred Langa says. The fine print is far more damaging in other companies' end-user license and terms-of-service agreements.
The Observer: Microsoft's Slap In The Face
Commentary  |  10/2/2001  | 
Lou Bertin isn't too keen on Microsoft's Software Assurance. In his view, Microsoft has told its corporate customers that they'd better buy software upgrades now (economic conditions be damned), or face being shut out of the program. And, by the way, get ready to pony up in the future.


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