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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.

High-Speed Wireless Snag

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High-speed wireless data operator Metricom has hit a major speed bump, leaving many wondering where it went wrong and what lies ahead for its customers.

Skys the Limit

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Stay in touch with all of your remote offices-even the mobile ones. One savvy integrator shows you how.

Virtualizations Shifting Face

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Vendors' widely varying approaches to storage technology prevent interoperability among systems

Making a Clearer Case in Data Storage

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Progress reported in industry's bid for commercial holographic storage

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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