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100 Things You Must Know About Microsoft's Most Important Product Launch Ever
Can 'software and service,' promises of increased security, programmable mini-apps, improved search, and a powerful graphics engine get the company's vast installed base to upgrade to Windows Vista?
Databases At Risk
Microsoft's SQL Server has the fewest vulnerabilities, latest study finds.
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- Stephanie Stahl CIOs Uncensored: HP's Mott Goes For Broke, Seeks 80/20 Reversal
- John Soat IT Confidential: What's Up With The Future?
- From Our Blog
- Brief: Supreme Court To Decide Standard For 'Obvious' In Patent Filings
- Feds: Ex-IT Exec A Hacker
- First Near-$100 Laptops Roll Off Assembly Line
- Crane Kills Microsoft Man
- Mapping the Future of Open Source Data
- Hackers Strike Back
- Brief: IBM Worker Says He Was Fired For Chat-Room Addiction
- Check Point's New Thrust
- Lufthansa Turns To SOA
- US Airways, Delta Merger Could Cost IBM Millions In Lost Outsourcing Revenue
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