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    Partners Healthcare System is looking to migrate off Windows 2000, but leaving some systems in place past Microsoft's extended support date during a phased-in upgrade is "untenable." 

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    Microsoft and Sun Microsystems have proved that if two bitter rivals like India and Pakistan can use a gentlemanly series of cricket matches to help mend their differences, it shouldn't be too hard for a couple of technology antagonists to find commo... 

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    To get an accurate picture of the Windows-Linux struggle, you have to have a snapshot of life on the client side, as well as the server side, an IDC researcher says. 

  • Microsoft settles legal battle with Sun

    In a far-reaching settlement that covers antitrust and patent issues, Microsoft has agreed to pay $1.6 billion to Sun Microsystems. The longtime rivals also reached deals in a number of other areas. In a related announcement, Sun said that it will sl... 

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    Desktop management software is an example of a technology that can take on chores that go beyond its original intent. 

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    Microsoft chairman Bill Gates offered some specifics on security, as well as a boost for business-process modeling, during a session Monday at the Gartner Symposium ITxpo. 

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    A Microsoft executive recently declared that Shavlik Technologies is "out" as the scanning engine for Windows Update Services. Shavlik begs to differ about the continued relevance of its HFNetChk technology.