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IBM, Sun collaborate on objects by Kristi Essick
The two companies will jointly license products. (500 words)

Object World: Products focus on CORBA standards by Kristi Essick
HP, GemStone, and others expand CORBA integration. (500 words)

VC firm announces $100 million "Java Fund" by Jill Steinberg
Ten major IT players put their financial weight behind Java. (300 words)

A pumped vision of the Intranet by Kristi Essick
3Com CTO tells TCP/IP Expo users to put their networks on steroids. (300 words)

Senate hears encryption testimony by Sari Kalin and Kristi Essick
Bill would ease export of encryption technology. (1,100 words)

Infighting threatens Internet's commercial evolution by Rob Guth
Legal and financial issues abound. (1,000 words)

Insider intrusion by Carolyn W.C. Wong
Readers are still troubled by security, but who's the enemy? (800 words)

'Net privacy is international concern by Kristi Essick
Usenix security panel worried about lack of government regulations. (400 words)

Networld + Interop Tokyo by Rob Guth
Internet has a place for middlemen after all. (200 words)

Netscape unveils intranet strategy by Kristi Essick
Application development tools targeted at intranets and the Internet. (200 words)

Mixed reaction greets Intel's low-bandwidth solution by Elinor Mills
Company claims hybrid network computers will give users high-quality video and audio over the Internet. (600 words)

Network Appliance introduces multiprotocol server by Jeanette Borzo
NT and Unix users won't need protocol translation to access server data. (100 words)

New products
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 listing.


Unix vendors tackle NT integration by Barry D. Bowen
Sun, however, appears to be dragging its feet. (2,000 words)

IMAP serves next generation of e-mail by David Kosiur
New messaging protocol promises more features than POP. (2,000 words)

(Barely) managing ATM by Eddie Rabinovitch
Where the once and future network king stands today, where it's going, and how to manage it. (2,600 words)

Sun manufacturing fires robots by Tom Inglesby
Behind the scenes of Sun's manufacturing unit. (3,300 words)


Security: Controlling ACLs by Peter Galvin
Down and dirty with the new access control list facility in
Solaris 2.5. (2,300 words)

SysAdmin: Caches, thrashes, and smashes by Hal Stern
How to use CacheNFS to cut your NFS server and network load. (3,400 words)

Performance Q&A: What's the best way to probe processes? by Adrian Cockcroft
How to measure the resource consumption and process activity on a Unix computer. (3,600 words)

Connectivity: What WebNFS means to you by Rawn Shah
It's faster, easier on servers, and available to developers. Does WebNFS matter? (1,800 words)

Client/Server: Days of reckoning for relational databases by Bill Rosenblatt
Geoffrey Moore's must-read new book reveals high-tech survival strategies. (3,200 words)

Unix Enterprise: The IT buddy movie by Harris Kern and Randy Johnson
IT managers must direct incompatible characters to make the New Enterprise a success. (1,000 words)

Career Advisor: Is there high-tech life in the Midwest? by Edgar Saadi
You betcha! In fact, once you've tried Austin or Chicago, you may never want to leave. (1,000 words)

Webmaster: Securing your Web server, Part 3 by Chuck Musciano
The final step in securing your most precious documents is to password-protect them. (1,800 words)


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