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Green Reaching for Larger Businesses

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Microsoft's Project Green will include embedded BI, SharePoint collaboration capabilities, and a unified code base to attract enterprise customers.

Business Analysis Tools Gaining in Visualization

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Several startups are leading a new charge to ease enterprise data analysis with visualization tools that allow nontechnical users to glean valuable information from business data.

Veritas Adds Solaris 10 Support to Storage Line

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Citing customer demand, the company says it has revamped its Storage Foundation, Volume Replicator and Cluster Server to include full support for Solaris 10.

Prepare for a 64-Bit Future

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64-bit computing is coming to the desktop, driven by increasing consumer and enterprise demand for lower-priced computing power, experts say.

Blue Gene Powers IBMs Newest Supercomputer Center

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IBM opens up its fourth Deep Computing Capacity on Demand Center, this one offering access on a pay-per-use basis to its Blue Gene supercomputer.

Storage Vendors Roll Out New Hardware, Management Wares

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At CeBIT, Cisco Systems, Hitachi Data Systems and EMC take the wraps off new storage systems, software and services to help customers squeeze more from their storage infrastructure.

Project Green Could Pave Way for Microsoft Apps On-Demand

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Hosted applications services from Microsoft could soon follow business applications' move to a componentized model on a services-oriented architecture.

Apps Ease VOIP Management

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Voice-over-IP software from BroadSoft and AccessLine stress simplicity and flexibility.

Data Thefts Reveal Storage Flaws

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Recent high-profile thefts of sensitive data have enterprise IT executives looking hard at the relationships among storage, backup and security.

Recent Advances Boost System Virtualization

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News analysis: System virtualization has had several boosts in the past few weeks, thanks to companies such as IBM, XenSource, Virtual Iron and Intel.

Intel, AMD Call for Innovation on Virtual Platforms

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News analysis: The companies tout their respective hardware-level virtualization technologies, saying they will bring easier server consolidation, greater security, and better system and software utilization.

Grid Developers Work with Microsoft

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Gridiron's agreement to develop tools for Windows XP and Digipede's new .Net-based distributed computing solution show that grid computing exists outside Linux and Unix.

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