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Contrasts the two editions of the product--Exchange 2000 Server and Exchange 2000 Enterprise Server--and provides pricing & licensing details


Details the cost of a new license, version upgrade, and competitive upgrade for the Exchange 2000 Client Access License (CAL), Exchange Server (standard), Exchange Enterprise edition, and Exchange Conference Server


Details HIS 2000 improvements (compared to SNA Server 4.0) in the areas of security, network, data, and application integration, as well as administrative features


Illustrates the different ways HIS 2000, the successor to SNA Server 4.0, can integrate PC LAN-based systems with host-based databases (e.g., DB2), applications (e.g., CICS), and security systems


As a first step in phasing out the product, NT 4.0 Terminal Services Edition is no longer available in the retail channel


The departure of Paul Maritz, an exceptionally well respected 14 year veteran, is not expected to have a major impact since he has steadily scaled back his role over the past 18 months


A California judge will allow a set of private antitrust suits to proceed as a class action; Bristol Technologies awarded US$1 million in damages


A recent policy change allows customers who have Select volume license agreements to re-image or "clone" PC configurations


"DNA for Manufacturing" is renamed ".NET for Manufacturing," adds support for BizTalk, but doesn't incorporate any of the .NET Framework technology announced in June 2000


The changing requirements for legacy host integration, the approach competitors are taking, and how HIS 2000 integrates MS’s Windows DNA architecture with legacy IBM systems