Jane Morrill

Jane
Morrill

Jane Morrill is a former editor at large of Windows & .NET Magazine and was its founding editor. Her background is technical (systems engineering for IBM and Honeywell, programmer/analyst for United Airlines) and editorial (senior technical editor for BYTE). She has a BA from Mount Holyoke College.

Articles
Y2K Mission Control, Part 2
Follow this 8-step program to prepare your systems for the new millennium.
Year 2000 Mission Control, Part 1 2
Are your systems ready for the new century? Here are eight steps to help you begin evaluating and preparing your enterprise for the Year 2000.
The Legal Case
What's your legal responsibility in handling the Millennium Bug? Be careful or it can land your business in court for lengthy litigation.
Check the RTC
Find out how to perform a Y2K Cycle RTC Test and a Y2K Set RTC Test.
Is SQL Server Ready for Prime Time?
Microsoft announced an alliance with eight other software companies to provide a strong, scalable, interoperable, data-warehousing solution for SQL Server and Windows NT.
The Open Group Research Institute

You may not have heard of The Open Group, a company that the Open Software Foundation (OSF) and the X/Open Company recently formed. The Open Group Research Institute used to be the OSF Research Institute, and its charter remains much the same.

Workgroup Computing Today
A roundtable discussion about their companies' strategic groupware directions with Tim Dempsey (Lotus), Greg Lobdell (Microsoft), and Steve Richard (Collabra).
Backward Compatibility and Interoperability 4
Lotus, Microsoft, and Collabra answer questions about compatibility and interoperability.
Put Your Office on the Internet
Choose the WebDev path that's right for you: The Web Site Quick Path is fast and easy. The Web Site Complete Path creates a solid foundation for continued Web developement.
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