News briefs, February 15, 1999

February 1999
Network World;02/15/99, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the developments in the software industry as of February 15, 1999. Includes the plan of Microsoft Corp. to restructure the company; Sale of the MCI Systemhouse division of MCI WorldCom to EDS; Discovery of a File Transfer Protocol security flaw in Unix.


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