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  • Judge To Hear States' Microsoft Sanction Proposals

    Nine states opposed to a proposed settlement of the antitrust case against Microsoft go to court Monday seeking to persuade a judge that tougher sanctions are needed to ensure the world's largest software company doesn't crush competition.

  • Sun Fire Aims To Heat Up SMB Sales

    On Monday, Sun Microsystems is slated to unveil an updated version of its entry-level server, which company officials said is more in tune with the needs of the small- and midsize-business market.

  • Microsoft Special

    Microsoft plans to offer small-business customers a special financing deal to entice them to sign up for its upcoming annuity-based software licensing program.

  • Apple Adds Remote Control Software

    Targeting the education and corporate office markets, Apple Computer this week released Apple Remote Desktop for Mac OS X, a tool for managing Macintosh computer desktops over a local network, a wireless network or the Web.

  • E.piphany Builds New CRM App Around J2EE

    E.piphany this week plans to unveil an upgraded CRM suite unified around Java 2, Enterprise Edition (J2EE), the latest in a spate of CRM market activity by PeopleSoft, Siebel Systems and Microsoft.

  • New 3Com Switches Key To Enterprise Push

    3Com furthered its push into the enterprise networking space last week with the introduction of two switches and software that enable midsize businesses to scale their networks as they grow.

  • Enterprise Opportunity

    Tech Data plans to launch a separate enterprise business dedicated to high-end Windows NT server solutions.

  • Reactions Mixed On Merger

    Attendees of CMP Media's Solution Provider XChange seemed resigned over this week's vote on the merger of Hewlett-Packard and Compaq Computer, with the majority predicting it will be approved but few supporting the deal.

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