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Its All About Scope

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At the outset, it's essential to scope any business-continuance/disaster-recovery opportunity.

Making a Clearer Case in Data Storage

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Progress reported in industry's bid for commercial holographic storage

Turbine Wait Stalls Power Boost

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A worldwide shortage of small power plants will make it difficult for companies in California and elsewhere to reduce their reliance on the strained public power grid.

A Path to Follow: Digex

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The stampede first to build data centers and then to provide so-called "managed services" will continue in earnest this year, as large players like AT&T, Level 3 Communications, Qwest Communications International and Sprint crowd into the busi

Bolstering the Supply Chain

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Some software and service providers are finding new ways to jump B2B data integration hurdles

Info Overload? AskSam Helps

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AskSam 4.0 makes keeping track of useful information straightforward, and in the age of the Internet, when the amount of interesting data is often overwhelming, that's saying something.

Ken Kutaragi

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President and CEO Sony Computer Entertainment

AT&T Bets On Voice-over-IP

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After years of hype, AT&T and WorldCom have launched voice-over-Internet Protocol services, hoping new premium packages and savings will prompt business customers to try the new technology.

Integrating Application Data

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CommerceRoute to unwrap appliance series

InfiniBand Products Come to Life

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The development of a new data transfer technology designed to eliminate potential bottlenecks at ever-expanding data centers will take a major step forward this week when startup Mellanox Technologies Inc. ships its InfiniBridge silicon components.

W. Quinn Shows Whats In Store For Smaller Networks

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Spacemaxx storage resource Management software extends the reach of W. Quinn Associates Inc.'s storage management products beyond servers to desktops, NAS devices and storage area networks.

Technology Trips Up Drivers

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I'm a big fan of Hertz's NeverLost GPS-based navigational system, as I'm so often in strange cities trying to drive to places I've never been before.

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