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In Linux We Trust: Indian Jawans
by Hinesh Jethwani    Jan 28, 2005
Category : News & Analysis
Since its birth in 1991, Linus Torvalds' baby has been waging many a war against dominating proprietary software empires. Linux has made history again, this time lending a hand to a real world battle scenario. The Indian Army has become...
Tags: Linux
Windows NT Is Dead, Long Live Windows NT
by Amit Tripathi    Dec 31, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
As the year 2004 comes to a close, Microsoft officially retires its old horse that won many a race and ushered in a new era of simplified GUI based network operating systems. Windows NT, labeled by many as the "NetWare killer", has...
Tags: NT, Linux
Microsoft Software Too Expensive Says CEO
by CXOtoday Staff    Oct 21, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer recently declared that a $100 PC was needed to combat piracy in the emerging economies. Ballmer was quoted as stating that "There has to be...a $100 computer to go down-market in some of these countries. We have to...
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If Microsoft's Cheaper Than Linux, The Earth's Flat
by CXOtoday Staff    Oct 06, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
The never-ending TCO debate between the software industry's greatest rivals in history -- Microsoft & Linux -- has got nastier. OSIA claims that Microsoft has its 'facts' on TCO comparison all wrong, and the IDC report was secretly funded...
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CK Technologies Launches Shakti Office 1.72
by CXOtoday Staff    Sep 23, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
The much talked about Shakti Office Productivity Suite, which was slated to be India's answer to MS Office, has reached version 1.72, priced at a modest Rs. 1995. If you are looking for a solution with a local flavor, may be you should...
Tags: Shakti
Microsoft Goes Virtual With Windows
by CXOtoday Staff    Sep 16, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
Microsoft recently announced the general availability of both Standard and Enterprise editions of Microsoft Virtual Server 2005. Microsoft claims that Virtual Server 2005 will help customers reduce hardware costs and increase operational...
SP2 Users Insulated From JPEG Flaw
by CXOtoday Staff    Sep 15, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Microsoft's monthly security bulletin has uncovered a 'critical' buffer overrun vulnerability that exists in the processing of JPEG image formats. The flaw could allow hackers to remotely execute malicious code, thereby placing affected...
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Novell Challenges Microsoft With Cocktail Release
by CXOtoday Staff    Sep 14, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
Novell today announced the upcoming public beta software availability of its Open Enterprise Server, a unique combination of proprietary (closed) code and its open source networking platform (SuSE Linux), supplemented with integrated management...
Tags: Linux
Spammers Twist Microsoft's Good Into Evil
by CXOtoday Staff    Sep 10, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Spammers seem to be always a notch ahead than all the efforts against their malicious intentions. According to a recent study by MX Logic Inc., a provider of email defense solutions for corporates, spammers have now begun to use Microsoft's...
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Penguins Gatecrash Bill's Party, Spoil Pie
by Hinesh Jethwani    Sep 10, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
A recently released document is spreading a wave of optimism in the Open Source community, and Tux vendors couldn't be happier. The paper in question is Microsoft's 10-K filing to the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Redmond giant...
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