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John Fontana is senior editor at Network World.

Windows 7 Integration With Windows Server

Microsoft Windows Server offers security, network upgrades.

Firefox Plug-in Takes Address Book up a Notch

New plug-in for Firefox called Sxipper will allow Web surfers to link their contacts to information they are searching for on the Web.

Social Networking Changing Face of Collaboration

Experts, end-users say evolution is taking shape.

Vendors, Cops, Profs Team to Study Cybercrime

Tech vendors and the Secret Service are among those working with an evaluation of trends and best practices for security.

Windows 7 Developments You Should Know About

Microsoft Windows 7 is a couple of years away, but features and directions are emerging.

One Google Data Center Idea That Really Floats

Google looks to build floating, power-saving data centers.

10 Open Source Companies to Watch

Products range from databases to data integration.

IE 8 Hits Beta 2, Privacy Features Added

Final release aimed at year-end.

Debating the Firefox SSL Certificate

Is the new Firefox SSL-certificate security warning page unnecessarily alarming?

Hackers Crack into Red Hat

Red Hat admits a breach of its servers and the Fedora Project, but say passphrase is safe.

Hosted E-Mail Explosion Forecast

The number of hosted e-mail seats will grow by nearly 40% in the next four years mostly in small to midsize businesses, a study reports.

Oracle to Package Apps on Virtual Machines

Oracle is offering four VM Templates that can be used for testing purposes or for deployment.

IBM Prepares to Fight off Microsoft

Microsoft may be targeting Notes users, but they won't be switching without a fight from IBM.

State of the LinuxWorld

Analysis: On the eve of the LinuxWorld Expo, Linux's community roots continue to bolster the operating system's growth.

Microsoft's Open Source Guru Faces Uphill Battle

Microsoft's Sam Ramji trying to pull software giant into open source community.