A real NetShow: Lessons in market dominance
- Changing the Web experience? Marshall, Patrick // InfoWorld;08/04/97, Vol. 19 Issue 31, p99
Assesses the features and performance of the beta versions of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 4.0 (IE) and Netscape's Communicator 4.01 and Netcaster software. Users' subscription to Web sites; Promise of push technology; IE's tight integration with the Windows operating system; Panel interface;...
- Mercantec adds I-commerce bolts to FrontPage. Shankar, Gess // InfoWorld;04/20/98, Vol. 20 Issue 16, p72B
Introduces StoreBuilder 1.0 for Microsoft FrontPage, a Web-store-development tool from Mercantec Inc. Components of the software; Performance evaluation; Price; Contact information.
- Microsoft rides Web wave. Pontin, Jason // InfoWorld;4/22/96, Vol. 18 Issue 17, p1
Announces that Microsoft Corporation (Corp.) of the United States demonstrated three products at the 1996 Tech Ed exhibition in Los Angeles, California that would help World Wide Wide users create personal Web sites. Evaluation of the Peter Web Service, the WebPost Software Development Kit and...
- Argonaut In A Cyber Sea. White, Jeremy // Bulletin with Newsweek;06/15/99, Vol. 117 Issue 6178, p94
Discusses the market for office software and the introduction of Web-based software where users download features and tools only when they need them. Release of Microsoft Office 2000; The rise of Web-based office software; Impact on the industry; History of the bundled suite of software; Why...
- Real, Microsoft: We won. Tedesco, Richard // Broadcasting & Cable;03/20/2000, Vol. 130 Issue 12, p54
Reports on RealNetworks Inc.'s licensing of Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Media Player technology for streaming media. Microsoft's touting of the move as an indicator of Windows Media's ascendancy as the streaming player of choice among personal computer users; RealNetworks' claim that its...
- `Fat' browser installations irritate users. Balderston, Jim // InfoWorld;8/19/96, Vol. 18 Issue 34, p1
Reports on Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer 3.0 Web browser. Positioning of the IE as an alternative to Netscape Communications Corp.'s Web browser; Features and capabilities; Difficulties in installing IE 3.0.
- Office on the web. O'Malley, Chris // Popular Science;Feb99, Vol. 254 Issue 2, p36
Looks at the features of Microsoft's Office 2000 software suite. Leveraging of the World Wide Web as a universal language for connected computers; Use of hypertext mark-up language (HTML) format of Web pages to save and share Office 2000 documents; Foud editions available for Office 2000.
- Making your Web pages active. Gibbs, Mark // Network World;04/12/99, Vol. 16 Issue 15, p36
Focuses on Microsoft Corp.'s Active Server Pages Web software. Mechanism for generating Web content; Calling of the appropriate script language module.
- Internet Explorer 4.0. Snell, Jason // Macworld;May98, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p41
Reviews Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0, the first Macintosh software version of the Web browser. Features; Price; Company contact information.