Barrie Sosinsky

Barrie
Sosinsky

Barrie Sosinsky is a contributing editor for Windows IT Pro. He is an industry analyst with the Sosinsky Group, which specializes in application-development and testing services, database design, network system design, and IT industry analysis.

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SQL Server 2000 Announced - 20 Dec 1999
Microsoft has announced the coming of SQL Server 2000, the latest version of the company's flagship enterprise database product.
IBM and Sequent Computer Systems Merge - 13 Jul 1999 1
In the emerging enterprise Windows NT and Windows 2000 (Win2K) data center market, IBM announced today its completion of a merger agreement to purchase Sequent Computer Systems.

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