C. Thi Nguyen

C. Thi

C. Thi Nguyen is a news editor for Windows & .NET Magazine.

<i>Windows 2000 Magazine</i> Salary Survey
Find out what Windows 2000 Magazine's readers had to say about salaries, benefits, job characteristics, and more during a reader survey.
Developing Applications with Realtime Capability
Lotus and Microsoft provide toolkits that developers can use to call the realtime messaging server and invoke realtime functions in applications.
Realtime Messaging Gets Down to Business
Compare the features of Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server and Lotus Sametime 1.5.
A Word About Application Sharing
Both platforms let you share any open application with conference attendees, even those who are using an unprepared desktop.
Novell Earnings Below Expectation
Novell announced the results of its second financial quarter 2000, which ended April 30. Earnings are lower than expected at $300 million or $0.08 a share. Analysts had expected Novell to earn $0.17 a share--creating a major disappointment for investors.
128-Way NT Coming Your Way
Times N Systems, a privately held start-up company in Austin, Texas, is promising 128-way Windows NT clustering technology, with 20 to 30 percent faster performance than traditional clustering technology for clusters of similar size.
Analysts Debate ASP Market's Future
Recently, research firms International Data Corporation (IDC) and Forrester Research examined the application service provider (ASP) market and released reports that offer predictions about the industry's future.
Microsoft Criticized for Outlook Love Bug Patch; Changes Tune 8
Microsoft announced late Wednesday, May 24, that it will delay the Outlook patch until the week ending June 2. Microsoft now plans to include the ability to modify the list of restricted files.
Home Networking with Windows 2000 Professional 30
Set up a home network between desktops without using a server.
Mapping a Network Drive 6
Some applications can't use the Uniform Naming Convention sharename to access folders over the network. You can use mapping to make those applications work correctly.
Outlook Patched After Recent Viruses 10
Microsoft plans to release an Outlook security patch in the wake of the devastation wrought by the Loveletter (aka Love Bug) virus, a Visual Basic (VB) Script bug that propagated by exploiting Outlook's address book feature to pass itself along.
Cisco Acquires Qeyton Systems
Cisco has announced it has acquired Qeyton Systems of Stockholm, Sweden. Qeyton develops the Metropolitan Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (MDWDM) technology, which uses multiple colors of light to increase the maximum load over fibre networks.
Prominent CEOs Jumping Ship to Start ASPs
Industry leaders from companies such as Novell and Microsoft are leaving to take their chances with application service provider start ups.
Dataquest Publishes 1999 Database Market Analysis
GartnerGroup's Dataquest unit has released its findings on the 1999 database market. "Oracle and IBM are still virtually neck and neck for the top position in the overall database market," said Norma Schroder, senior analyst for Dataquest.
Intel Reorganizes
In late April, Intel announced plans to merge its Microprocessor Products and Architecture Business groups, combining its chipset research and development group with its more platform-oriented division to form the Intel Architecture Group (IAG).
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