C. Thi Nguyen

C. Thi
Nguyen

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

Articles
Microsoft Responds to the DOJ
Calling the government’s breakup proposal unjust, unprecedented, and excessive, Microsoft called for a dismissal of the proposal, and offered its own proposal yesterday.
NAS vs. SAN 5
What you need to know to pick the best storage solution for your environment.
Windows 2000 Total Cost of Ownership
Learn what the experts think about the true costs associated with Windows 2000 (Win2K).
IBM Announces DB2 Universal Database Version 7
IBM announced DB2 Universal Database Version 7, which the company bills as “the world’s first fully integrated e-business database.”
Dell’s New Strategy Includes Appliance Servers
On April 5, Dell announced a new comprehensive business strategy aimed at Internet specialization and including new business partnerships, Internet access pledges and initiatives, Internet business services, and the PowerApp line of appliance servers.
Forrester Critiques IBM's WebSphere Everyplace
In March, IBM launched WebSphere Everyplace, a suite at the center of IBM's wireless Web effort, with technologies such as data synching and WAP functionality. This service delivery offering contains an app server with development and content management.
Quality of Service
QoS provides an application a bandwidth-level guarantee. The authors cover the major schools of thought on how to provide QoS on the Internet.
RSVP Revealed
RSVP is a Layer 3 protocol that operates on data packets and relies on the lower layers to deal with hardware and OSs, which makes RSVP independent of the particularities of hardware and OSs.
Traffic Conditioning Exposed
Traffic conditioning describes the treatment of packets and has four essential components: markers, meters, shapers, and droppers.
3Com Leaves Enterprise Networking Space
3Com is changing direction radically, discarding its enterprise networking products to focus on consumer, small- to medium-size business, and network service provider products.
MetaFrame for UNIX Rises with Sun Solaris
Citrix, which leads the pack in providing thin-client solutions in the Windows 2000 (Win2K) and Windows NT space, released MetaFrame for Solaris 1.0, the first release in its MetaFrame for UNIX line. MetaFrame is Citrix's thin-client/server solution.
1GHz Processor Explosion
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Intel have both released 1GHz processors. Although AMD was first to market with its 1GHz Athlon, Intel's 1GHz Pentium III tests slightly faster in the lab. However, Pentium IIIs are in short supply.
Lotus Notes Outships Exchange Server in 1999
In a year of tremendous growth, Lotus Notes outshipped Microsoft Exchange Server by 3 million seats in the fourth quarter of 1999, according to Messaging Online. This surge in shipments puts Notes about 1.8 million seats ahead of Exchange for 1999.
IDC Declares: Post-PC Era Starts Now
The post-PC era is coming straight at you, says the latest report from IDC, which predicts that information-appliance shipments will exceed consumer PC shipments by 2002, and that by 2004, the information-appliance market will reach $17.8 billion.
Lotus Phasing Out cc:Mail
Lotus is retiring cc:Mail, its early LAN messaging platform. The company will stop selling cc:Mail on the last day of October 2000; online technical support will continue for 1 year, ending on October 31, 2001.
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