Briefing Book: Microsoft moves on server side

Microsoft unveils Windows Server 2003

CEO Steve Ballmer (left) says the new Windows Server 2003 is a breakthrough for the company. ADT's John K. Waters has the story.
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Why hasn't everyone
moved to .NET?

ADT columnist David Chappell explains.
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New and improved?

What's new, and what (thankfully) isn't for Windows Server 2003, as seen by Dwight Davis of Summit Strategies.
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Sun evangelist yawns about new Windows server

Simon Phipps says the news from Redmond is no news at all.
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Borland's Sidewinder targets Windows 2003 Server

Redmond's latest has some competition right out of the gate. We go to John K. Waters for the call.
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