Enterprise Server Technical Forecast

In its fourth annual Enterprise Server Technical Forecast, ENT looks at the Microsoft .NET Enterprise Servers family and tells you what you can expect to see in terms of product development in 2002. Most of the action will surround SQL Server this year. But watch carefully to see how completely Microsoft signs itself over to public standards bodies. Can Redmond let go of the proprietary lock-in?

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