Microsoft's .Net has seen strong uptake in its first year on the market, and we expect that to continue as Version 1.1 of the .Net Framework and an expanding number of third-party offerings hit the market.
By Thomas Murphy
| July 10, 2003 -- 00:00 GMT (17:00 PDT)
| Topic: Enterprise Software
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