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Back to the Future: Java Goes Mobile
Java is quietly undergoing a renaissance on the client—this time as a platform for applications embedded in cell phones, PDAs and other mobile devices. (Sidebar to "Strong Java") (CIO, 2001-11-15)
Build It Free
Open-source development tools offer low-cost, high-quality options, but CIOs seem less enthusiastic than professional developers. (CIO, 2003-04-15)
Intrusion prevention systems offer the latest countermeasures in the war against hackers, worms and viruses (CIO, 2003-06-15)
E-Mail on the Cheap
Low-cost e-mail systems look attractive, but companies shouldn't rush to overhaul their e-mail infrastructures. (CIO, 2003-09-15)
This year, the programming language-cum-development platform called Java turned 5. It now stands as one of the world's most popular computer languages—and it continues to grow. Yet Java's ascendancy hasn't happened quite the way Sun envisioned back in 1996. (CIO, 2001-11-15)
Who's on Your Network?
Intrusion detection systems can work, but they require time and money. (CIO, 2002-09-15)
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