Five hot technologies for 2002

Forget the hype. Forget the vapourware. It's time to separate science fact from fiction. CW360.com has selected the five hot...

Forget the hype. Forget the vapourware. It's time to separate science fact from fiction. CW360.com has selected the five hot technologies that can give your business the edge in 2002:

It's time to tune in to wireless LANs
The hour has come for wireless LANs as falling prices and improving technology are making them attractive solutions - sometimes more cost-effective than cabling - in a range of network implementations.
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Will you still need me when I'm 64?
If you believe what manufacturers say, 2002 will be the year when 64-bit computing comes of age. But is 64-bit a good enough reason to overhaul your server set-up or is this technology for technology's sake?
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Don't get your wires crossed over IPVPN
Internet protocol virtual private networks (IPVPNs) offer companies the chance to slash their communications costs. But how does this technology work and what should interested parties put on their shopping lists?
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Linux shows off its super powers
Last year open source operating system Linux rocketed in popularity. This year it has its sights set on conquering the supercomputer arena.
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Making XML a shared experience -
Extensible mark-up language (XML) promised to be the universal language that would make interoperability across companies possible. However the reality of its implementation has failed, so far, to live up to the dream.
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- Plus, Ford puts XML in the driving seat
Ford's director of advanced IT talks about his company's deployment of its new corporatewide integration platform and offers valuable advice for anyone considering putting in place XML solutions.
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