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WinFS lives

WinFS lives

Microsoft Watch's Mary Jo Foley has reported that WinFS -- the Longhorn file system that Bill Gates has referred to as the Holy Grail -- is back. Backported that is, to Windows XP.

March 8, 2005 by in Windows

Microsoft pushes real-time collaboration

Microsoft pushes real-time collaboration

Microsoft's announcements today for its real-time communications products demonstrated the company's real strength: persistence. For the last several years, Microsoft has been working on a suite of enterprise-class collaboration tools that can be integrated into Office.

March 8, 2005 by in Microsoft

The Broadband wars need recruits

The Broadband wars need recruits

If you lived in Orem, Utah, a town of nearly 100,000 people south of Salt Lake, you'd be able to sign up for 10Mbs symmetric broadband service from a small, local ISP, MSTAR. How did this little ISP pull off this feat?

March 8, 2005 by in Networking

Tiemann talks on serving two masters (Red Hat and the OSI)

Tiemann talks on serving two masters (Red Hat and the OSI)

In case you missed the news, amidst a bit of controversy, the Open Source Initiative (OSI) is now on its third president in as many months. The organization, which must maintain its relevance while the political landscape within the open source community is in flux, can ill afford the sort of missteps that draw into question its ability to govern itself.

March 4, 2005 by in Open Source

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