Ringing in the New Year: 2003 predictions

David Pye, Assistant Editor

You'll find that in life, it's tempting to roll the dice once in a while. After all, nothing ventured, nothing gained. In the world of IT, however, that sort of attitude is ill-advised.

Instead, turn to our panel of Experts

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for their thoughts on the year in review -- and what's in store for 2003. You'll find their predictions a better bet than wagering your career path, reputation or IT budget on a tip you heard at the track. Remember, always double-down on eleven -- but never gamble with your livelihood.

>> Serdar Yegulalp: Bruised economy, digital rights will top 2003

>> Jerry Honeycutt: Managing Microsoft's many options

>> Ed Tittel: Expect an easy upgrade path to Windows Server .NET

>> Paul Hinsberg: Business practices before new technology

>> Roberta Bragg: Battlefield desktop

>> John Robbins: .Net is a cure for the dot com hangover

>> Tony Northrup: Marooned by the market

>> Doug Paddock: Ancient Chinese security secrets

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