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U.S. Firms Find No Haven in Safe Harbor

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European Union's data privacy directive raises 'considerable' trade issues

Its the Copper, Baby!

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VoDSL takes the existing copper infrastructure to the next level.

Startups Flock to Storage

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Seek share of growing, lucrative market but face wary IT managers and entrenched competitors

No Time For Fatigue

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The army needed a top recruit to build a massive storage system. Here's who answered the call.

Golden Data

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Keeping information current is key to online business

HP to Bank on OpenView for Storage

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Software will play key role as company goes its own way in developing solution for disparate systems

Fuel for Growth

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Because the relevant working "group" is no longer constrained to those on one company's payroll, groupware systems will need to easily extend to any user with a minimum of hassle.

Scott Puritz

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Chairman and CEO, OptiGlobe Communications

From Hacker to Financial Backer

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Kim Schmitz isn't your typical venture capitalist. Before he was investing in dot-coms, Schmitz was a hacker, who allegedly broke into systems run by NASA, the Pentagon and Citibank.

Its All Timing

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These days, it usually pays to check the investment wires just before going to speak in public. You just never can tell which industry segment has tanked.

Exodus Outsources Storage

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Exodus Communications has signed a storage agreement with services provider WorldStor, and with that deal it has driven the last nail in the coffin of its own storage services strategy.

Quantum Stacks the Tape Deck

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Company's backup tape drive technology rollout will compete with existing linear tape open drives

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