Sun strikes a deal
by Carolyn W.C. Wong
- Sun will acquire the SPARC/Solaris-related assets of
Cray Research Inc.
Internet tops product intros at Object World
by Elizabeth Heichler
- Java's long shadow influences vendor product plans.
Standard may boost Internet telephony
by Elinor Mills
- Resource Reservation Protocol seen as path to better
Internet telephone service.
Sun fires at the enterprise
by Cate T. Corcoran
- With high-bandwidth Ultra Enterprise servers, Sun sets
its sights on mainframes, HP, and IBM.
The ultra-competitive server world
by Jean S. Bozman
- Sun pushes a server strategy to gain enterprise market share.
The interconnect's the thing
by Mark Cappel
- New Sun chief technical officer says bus bandwidth increases at 100 percent per year.
Solaris (and every other OS) embraces Java
by Sari Kalin
- Vendors plan to add Java capability to their operating systems.
The five keys to Novell's future
by Niall McKay
- Novell chief Robert Frankenberg plots the company's course
Database delirium? Not quite
by Carolyn W.C. Wong
- Plain old databases don't excite our readers, but Web technologies
and Java do.
- If it runs on, plugs into, or talks to
Sun/SPARC/Solaris, it's here, in the industry's
most comprehensive and timely new-product
- Bonus feature!
Efficient intranets flourish
by Torsten Busse
- Users around the globe discover magic data access formula.
What to look for in Web servers
by Max Airborne
- We compare Apache, NCSA httpd, and Netscape's Web server.
(2,900 words including two sidebars)
The Law and the Net
by Barry D. Bowen
- The rapid pace of technology is forcing legal eagles to play catch up.
(1,700 words including one sidebar)
by Tom Abate
- With interest in Sun and its vision of the "network is the
computer" at an all-time high, SunSoft is set to proliferate its
Internet telephone controversy brews
by Elinor Mills
- US, overseas carriers disagree on the impact of Internet telephony
on conventional telephone service.
(2,300 words, including one sidebar)
Web server wiles, Part 2
by Peter Galvin and Hal Pomeranz
- Secure your Solaris Web server from the perils of the void, part 2.
by Hal Stern.
- Use the automounter to chart a course through rough NFS seas
- Performance Q&A:
How much RAM is enough?
by Adrian Cockcroft.
- Determining the right amount of RAM for your Unix computer requires a little detective work.
Death of the PC
by Rawn Shah.
- Why you may or may not switch to the Web PC.
Objects approaching the Web
by Bill Rosenblatt.
- NeXT and Illustra introduce object-oriented Web development tools.
by Harris Kern and Randy Johnson.
- Deploying client/server technology is too difficult to attempt without a proper infrastructure.
The Java-tized career
by Edgar Saadi.
- Java is no gimmick. Ignore it at your career's peril.
Analyzing your referrer log
by Chuck Musciano.
- Who's linking to your pages? Your server's referrer log has all the clues.
by Rinaldo DiGiorgio.
- Visit our sister publication JavaWorld to learn
everything you wanted to know about Java but were afraid to ask.
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Last updated: 17 May 1996