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By The Numbers: September 2002

By Baselinemag  |  Posted 2002-09-01 Print this article Print

Microsoft is gaining -- and IBM is losing -- shares of markets for databases that support supply-chain and customer-relationship software. Also, the early indication is that Java, not .NET, is the leading development platform for Web services among the Fo

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