Network computing's new era
by Kieron Murphy
- Sun unveils its Java-powered Network Computer.
Sun and Novell team up on Java
by Kristi Essick
- Novell will license Java WorkShop for its IntranetWare.
Free NDS licenses key to Novell's future
by Elinor Mills
- Company wants NDS universally adopted for directory-based applications.
IBM to launch NC division
by Rob Guth
- Company's network computer strategy takes shape.
Ellison shows off NCs, Java-powered software suite
by Elinor Mills et al
- Oracle announces Network Computers and Java-powered software at the OpenWorld user conference.
Gates pushes NetPC
by Elinor Mills and Bob Trott
- Microsoft tries to steal Network Computer thunder with
promise of a `lite' Windows, sealed PC.
Pump up your SPARCstation 5 to 160 MHz
by Carolyn W.C. Wong
- Fujitsu offers TurboSPARC upgrade module for 400,000 SPARCstation 5s.
Invincible servers find a niche
by Ann Steffora
- High-availability, application software integration key pieces to start-up's strategy.
A bend, don't break strategy for SPARC servers
by Rebecca Gold
- New server company combines three SPARCstation 5-class
motherboards in one computer it promises will never fail.
Oh those problematic PCs
by Carolyn W.C. Wong
- Unix-to-PC connectivity still ain't easy
U.S. Postal Service accepts Java, starts e-postmark program
by Rebecca Sykes
- Java-based "smart forms" will calculate mailing costs.
USPS to start `electronic postmark' service.
Tools needed to support DCE
by Ron Condon
- Competition with CORBA and Microsoft signals trouble ahead.
- 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.
The Net and extremists: Where does the responsibility fall?
by Barry D. Bowen
- Should Web publishers and Internet Access Providers be held
liable for illegal or offensive online content?
(3,200 words including a sidebar)
Cute as a button, but who wants 'em?
by Michael Jay Tucker
- SPARC notebooks seem like a good idea at first glance.
Is there really a market for tiny workstations?
When client/server goes critical, vendors cluster
by Philip J. Gill
- To rival and beat mainframe reliability, Unix vendors push
clustering for high availability, scalability, and performance.
Know what you're getting into
by Edgar Saadi
- Conduct research (and lots of it) before a job interview.
Here's what to look for.
How to use server-side includes
by Chuck Musciano
- Dynamic document content is easy with server-side includes.
- Introducing our Security FAQ
Our security columnist debuts a FAQ
by Peter Galvin
- Learn how to secure Solaris and much, much more!
- Performance Q&A:
The right disk configurations for servers
by Adrian Cockcroft
- RAID? Journals? Stripes? Mirrors? SLEDs? There are many ways to
configure disks for servers. Here's how to choose the right mix.
WBEM and JMAPI on the rise
by Rawn Shah
- Emerging standards herald a new era of network management through
by Bill Rosenblatt and Pat Greer
- Intranet applications require new kinds of development
Randy and Harris' ten commandments for today's IT
by Harris Kern and Randy Johnson
- We collect our teachings into an easy-to-remember form.
Follow these commandments to achieve IT perfection.
- Is there too much free speech on the Internet? Tell us what you think.
- System administration and performance are on your minds.
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Last updated: 18 November 1996