News briefs, August 9, 1999

August 1999
Network World;08/09/99, Vol. 16 Issue 32, p6
Trade Publication
Presents a roundup of news about computer networks and related technology as of August 9, 1999. Includes Microsoft's enhancement of its technology for linking Windows 2000 and Unix environments; Hacking of one of the European web servers of antivirus software vendor Symantec; Y2K bug killing off the Cleveland Free-Net, a free community computer network.


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