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|Cautious optimism shapes new year||
||What's hot in the high-tech hype machine?|
|10 start-ups to watch in 2010||Microsoft makeover
Our bloggers say Microsoft could use some help with pricing, mobile and support.
|Outlook 2010 IT skills checklist: The vertical climb||Cisco makeover
Our bloggers want Cisco to revamp their video, org charts and network management systems.
|2020 Vision: Why you won't recognize the 'Net in 10 years||2010 Outlook: Better than 2009 and moderately wild|
|13 of Microsoft's most important product releases for 2009
One surprise release stunned the industry.
|Nortel in '09: Dismantling of a tech stalwart
Nortel's exit played out all year, beginning with bankruptcy filings.
|From the White House to (no kidding) Microsoft, open source shined in '09
The struggling economy turned out to be favorable for Linux and open source in 2009.
|Recession not all bad for enterprise software users
The troubled economy led vendors to adopt user-friendly policies.
|SLIDESHOW: End-of-the-decade technology quiz
Test yourself on the biggest, best, wackiest tech events since the turn of the century.
|Data centers drive Ethernet switch market in 2010
Cisco is still the target of Avaya, HP, IBM and other data center players.
|Nortel purchase to test Avaya big time
Combined Avaya-Nortel will do battle with Cisco for unified communications supremacy.
|Tech mergers and acquisitions to grow in 2010
Tech companies have started buying again, and analysts expect the trend to continue.
|5 must-have IT management technologies for 2010|
|Don't expect fireworks from LTE in 2010|
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