New York City-based Scudder Stevens & Clark Inc. is upgrading a number of key technology standards firmwide. The firm is looking to shift its firmwide relational database management system from Sybase Inc.'s System 10 to System 11. At the same time, Scudder is looking to bring all of its desktop computers onto Microsoft Corp.'s Windows NT and Windows 95--and to give all its users Pentium PCs from Compaq Computer Corp.
According to Scudder vice president and senior database administrator Jon
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