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Published: February 25th, 1999


Pass the ketchup, please

Pass the ketchup, please

We here at Network World Canada are wondering what crow tastes like. We may have to eat some.In an Insights...

February 25th, 1999 Linda Stuart

Where

Where

I find your publication repulsive. You are a poor technology (a.k.a. Microsoft Windows NT) showcase. Give me a break, "Unix...

February 25th, 1999 Rui Batista

Vendors should let Ethernet evolve

Vendors should let Ethernet evolve

Imagine, if you dare, if Ethernet's maximum frame size was merely 15 bytes. That's 120 bits out of the 10...

February 11th, 1999 Kevin Tolly

IT and the negligent CEO

IT and the negligent CEO

One of the big telcos out here is running (and running, and running) a TV ad for its network services...

February 11th, 1999 Ken Hanley

AXENT puts software tokens in clients

AXENT puts software tokens in clients

Defender 3.0 electronically distributes software tokens to laptops and PCs for strong authentication purposes, according to AXENT Technologies Inc."The business...

January 28th, 1999 Kimberly Chapman

Interview: ATM Forum pres talks it up

Interview: ATM Forum pres talks it up

George Dobrowski, president of the ATM Forum, last month in Atlanta sat down with Network World (US)'s associate news editor...

January 28th, 1999 Michael Cooney and Denise Pappalardo

Jobs unveils new Mac, talks up apps

Jobs unveils new Mac, talks up apps

Steve Jobs, interim chief executive officer of Apple Computer Inc., spun through his company's latest product advances in a keynote...

January 28th, 1999 Rob Guth and James Niccolai

Reinventing the desktop

Reinventing the desktop

If today's desktop was compared to a car, the best choice would probably be a Ford Model-T - functional but...

January 28th, 1999 Gail Balfour

The networking year ahead

The networking year ahead

The year 1998 saw the beginning of the end for the two distinct worlds of datacom and telecom. In 1999,...

January 28th, 1999 Dan McLean