Mary Jo Foley

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Mary Jo Foley has covered the tech industry for 30 years for a variety of publications, including ZDNet, eWeek and Baseline. She is the author of Microsoft 2.0: How Microsoft plans to stay relevant in the post-Gates era (John Wiley & Sons, 2008). She also is the cohost of the "Windows Weekly" podcast on the TWiT network. Got a tip? Send her an email with your rants, rumors, tips and tattles. Confidentiality guaranteed.

Freelance journalist/blogger Mary Jo Foley has nothing to disclose. WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get). I do not own Microsoft stock or stock in any of its partners or competitors. I have no business ventures that are sponsored by Microsoft or any of its partners or competitors.

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What is Microsoft SiArch (and why did they hire a Sun chip guy)?

What is Microsoft SiArch (and why did they hire a Sun chip guy)?

What's a SiArch and who's on it? Those are just a couple of the questions spurred by this week's revelation that one of the key developers of Sun's SPARC architecture, Marc Tremblay, has joined Microsoft as a Distinguished Engineer. Tremblay will work on the SiArch (Strategic Software/Silicon Architectures) team at Microsoft.

April 8, 2009 by

Clouds obscure Oracle's crystal ball

Clouds obscure Oracle's crystal ball

Last fall, with the dot-com economy in tatters, company executives insisted that Oracle would rise above the fray. But one analyst predicts database license revenues could take a short-term hit.

February 8, 2001 by

Oracle's new app server powerhouse

Oracle's new app server powerhouse

Four months after releasing the first version of its e-commerce software, Oracle is upgrading its 9i Application Server (9iAS) product for conducting transactions over the Web.

February 7, 2001 by

Oracle's new app server powerhouse

Oracle's new app server powerhouse

New business analysis in 9i Application Server Release 2 make it easy to link to Oracle's powerful database software. Yes, it works with Microsoft's SQL Server and DB2, too.

February 5, 2001 by

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