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John Foley is director, strategic communications, for Oracle Corp. and a former editor of InformationWeek Government.
Articles by John Foley
posted in June 2003
Samuels gets six months in jail in controversial case that began when IT workers found illicit images on his office PC.
Consolidation. Litigation. Forced migration. Is this any way to run an industry?
Executive VP Chuck Phillips says customers will "get to keep doing what they're doing" if Oracle's bid to take over PeopleSoft succeeds.
If Windows acts more like Unix, and Linux is a variant of Unix, is Windows about to become Linux?
HP, SCO split on fundamental issues
SCO, HP, Novell work out complex agreement
Talks are underway with major vendors about sharing development of Unix System 4.2
The intellectual-property dispute over the Unix operating system has roots in 1995 deal that was murky even then.
A seven-year-old document appears to bolster SCO Group's claim of Unix copyright ownership.
An analyst says it appears that some parts of SCO Unix and Linux are indeed cut from the same mold.
In an internal E-mail, Microsoft's CEO outlines a six-point plan of attack.