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The Windows Telecommunications Alliance could help Microsoft sell Windows 2000 as a platform for managing telecommunications operations, a market currently dominated by Unix vendors


An upgrade to Terminal Services included in Windows 2000 Server may bring thin-client computing to a broader audience


Overview of some of the most interesting features of Citrix MetaFrame beyond those of Windows 2000 Terminal Server


Microsoft's progress developing Web-Based Applications


At the launch, Microsoft released numerous resources to help customers make sense of the new product and tried to stamp out rumors that it was riddled with bugs


Diagrams Windows client and Windows Server releases expected through 2001


List of security patches issued between Jan. 21 and Feb. 18, 2000


The security hole isn't limited to Microsoft products; it affects any browser and any Web site that generates pages dynamically (e.g., by using Active Server Pages or CGI scripts)


The move simply formalizes Microsoft and Cisco's longtime partnership on network security


Enables a Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000 machine to emulate a Unix system, including APIs, services, commands, and utilities