Monday, August 29, 2005

iTnewswire Late Edition: PBS deploys Epicor for WA pharmacies; WinFS rears its head again.

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Tuesday, 30th August 2005
  • PBS deploys Epicor for WA pharmacies
  • WinFS rears its head again
  • Servers log ninth consecutive growth quarter
  • Opposition to Google library intensifies
  • More chatter on Microsoft Commerce Server 2006
  • D-Link - Building Networks for People
    PBS deploys Epicor for WA pharmacies
    Perth solutions provider Precise Business Solutions has survived nearly two years of selection processes to win a $1 million contract to deploy Epicor applications for a rapidly expanding pharmacy chain. More...

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    WinFS rears its head again
    Microsoft has made available beta 1 of the WinFS subsystem to MSDN members and will make the same code available to attendees of its Professional Developers Conference 2005 next month. More...

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    Servers log ninth consecutive growth quarter
    The worldwide server market continued its growth across virtually all platforms in the second quarter, fueled by 5.6 percent year over year growth. More...

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    Opposition to Google library intensifies
    Google's book-copying library project has come under fire from two more publishers' groups, with one raising the possibility of legal action. More...

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    More chatter on Microsoft Commerce Server 2006
    Microsoft's Jupiter E-business suite lives, sort of, in Commerce Server 2006, due early next year. More...

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