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Techworld: Planet-Scale Grid (Oct 31, 2005)

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Techworld: Open-Source Solaris Within 45 Days (May 05, 2005)

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Computerworld: Exchange Makes Linux Call (Oct 26, 2004)

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TechWorld: HP Urged to Make Moribund e3000 Open Source (Apr 02, 2004)

Computerworld: Big Vendors Lead Leap to Linux (Jan 20, 2004)

Computerworld: Demanding a Better Desktop Alternative (Dec 16, 2003)

Computerworld: Q&A: Red Hat's CTO on U.S. Government Certification (Feb 20, 2003)

Computerworld.NZ: Users Beginning to Consider StarOffice (May 07, 2002)

ComputerWorld: Red Hat Exec Back on Stand at Microsoft Remedy Hearing (Mar 25, 2002)

Computerworld: UCITA goes back to the drawing board (Aug 10, 2001)

Computerworld: Bar association may oppose UCITA (Jun 14, 2001)

InfoWorld: Users, vendors face off over UCITA law in Texas (Mar 08, 2001)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft, critics spar over server software competition (Feb 25, 2001)

ComputerWorld: Maryland's UCITA May Have National Reach (Sep 06, 2000)

ComputerWorld: UCITA group backs off provision in software licensing law -- somewhat (Aug 10, 2000)

ComputerWorld: DOJ stays with Microsoft breakup plan (May 27, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Users might eye Linux if Office were ported to OS (May 18, 2000)

ComputerWorld: FTC panel avoids online privacy recommendations (May 15, 2000)

InfoWorld: Maryland may be first to enact UCITA (Apr 21, 2000)

InfoWorld: Government to implement measures to combat Trojan horses (Apr 19, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Feds, States Could Offer Different Microsoft Remedies (Apr 13, 2000)

InfoWorld: Virginia governor to sign UCITA bill Tuesday (Mar 14, 2000)

ComputerWorld: CIOs join fight to kill Ucita (Mar 04, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Justice Dept. says new laws needed to track hackers (Mar 01, 2000)

ComputerWorld: IDC: Microsoft breakup would benefit the industry (Jan 13, 2000)

ComputerWorld: Gov't IT execs seek 'software accountability' (Oct 20, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Linux Quietly Makes Its Way Into Federal Government (Sep 13, 1999)

ComputerWorld: Microsoft/DOJ file blistering rebuttals (Sep 10, 1999)

InfoWorld: Judge in Microsoft case questions browser security (Jun 11, 1999)

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