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IT Management Linux News for Jan 31, 2000

  • EE Times: High-tech looks to profit from patents (Jan 31, 2000, 19:41)
    "A new crop of players, strategic advisers in tow, are elbowing their way to the negotiating table for the next round of intellectual-property deals."

  • VARBusiness: IBM To Demo Linux On Mainframe (Jan 31, 2000, 19:28)
    "...a deployment of 14,000 PCs -- such as America Online Inc. has -- could eventually be replaced with a single System 390 for Web hosting if the mainframe had a Linux partition."

  • CNET IBM pushes XML adoption with new spec (Jan 31, 2000, 17:42)
    "IBM has built an XML specification that details a common way for companies to define and execute business contracts over the Web."

  • VARBusiness: Outmarketing Microsoft (Jan 31, 2000, 01:33)
    "It would be hard to find someone with more flair for publicity than Transmeta's Linus Torvalds or VA Linux's Larry Augustin. (Torvalds will probably be appalled to hear this, but he's the best front man of the past five years.)"