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Getting Key Info Right Away

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Vendor looks beyond PCs to 'any HTML device'.

Free Online Storage a Thing of the Past?

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Online storage companies, which have been luring millions of consumers to their sites primarily through free services such as faxing and file sharing, are now changing their business models to help shore up their bottom lines.

Noetix Simplifying Data Integration

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Noetix Corp. is looking to ease a chronic issue for many companies-data integration.

Terabyte-Plus Fits in Enclosure

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Winchester Systems Inc., of Burlington, Mass., this week introduced its high-performance FlashDisk OpenRAID, which uses 181GB disk drives to provide 1.45-terabyte capacity in a single enclosure.

Multicast Gets a Makeover

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New protocol makes multicasting easier

Digital Security You Can Touch

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As handheld devices hold more personal data and become the entry points to hosted financial and medical services, users will be increasingly concerned about the personal loyalty of these digital assistants.

Power Down

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It's no secret that data centers are power gluttons.

When In Doubt, Farm It Out

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Outsourcing its point-of-sale system proved to be a perfect fit for a midsize apparel retailer.

BMC Software Suite Frees IT Managers

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The storage management arena got a little more crowded this month as BMC Software Inc. announced a software suite that gives IT managers a broader view of how their hardware is affecting applications.

Fast Facts Section B: April 16, 2001

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Cisco Systems later this month will roll out a storage router based on the proposed Small Computer Systems Interface over Internet Protocol (iSCSI) standard.

SOIP Marches on Despite Uncertainty

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Storage over IP is getting a lot of attention from vendors looking to get a foot in the door of the burgeoning SAN space

Creating a Better Jukebox

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In the storage industry, capacity matters

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