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AMD: Customers Want 64-Bit Computing


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Bob Liu

| CIO Insights Article Published April 22, 2003
At the launch event of its 64-bit Opteron processor, AMD's chief executive outlines his vision for high-performance computing -- and urges the industry to 'change its ways.'

More Headaches for Sendmail


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Bob Liu

| CIO Insights Article Published March 31, 2003
A remotely exploitable vulnerability in the open source message transfer agent leaves the Sendmail organization scrambling over the weekend to prevent attacks on unpatched servers.

Computer Worm Slows Worldwide Traffic


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Bob Liu

| CIO Insights Article Published January 27, 2003
A worm that attacks the Microsoft SQL Server 2000-based web servers virtually halt traffic in some parts of the world. But security experts have known about it since July.

Well-Established Names Take Backseat at Linux Show


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Bob Liu

| CIO Insights Article Published January 20, 2003
It may be time for a new wave of open source projects, like JBoss, to take centerstage at LinuxWorld Expo as IT officials and business executives find better ways to use open source technology.

Former Compaq Head Departs HP


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Bob Liu

| CIO Insights Article Published November 11, 2002
Six months after the completion of the largest high-tech merger in U.S. history, the former head of Compaq leaves HP, reportedly for a Worldcom gig.

The Next Open Source Stronghold: China


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Bob Liu

| CIO Insights Article Published November 5, 2002
A new study finds nearly two-thirds of programmers in region will work on Linux over the next year.