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Stamping Out the Bad Guys

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U.S. Postal Service uses data warehouse and analysis system to help track down money launderers

A Pox on Them

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When it comes to data delivery, the Telecommunications Act of 1996 has been a complete bust.

Hitachi Jumps Into NAS Arena

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Hitachi Data Systems Corp. is shipping its first network-attached storage product.

Data Cleansing Tools Go Real Time

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Although commercial data cleansing and standardization software tools have been around for years.

Thins in for Data Centers

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The data center's air conditioning may still cut to the bone, but American Power Conversion's rack-mounted flat-panel monitor and keyboard drawer gives system administrators a slender console.

The Magic of Pixie Dust

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IBM solves media storage problem

Time to Pull Back the Curtain

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Dimension Data and Proxicom are set to reveal a combined business strategy.

Sharing Designs in Dry Dock

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Manufacturers stymied by variety of CAD apps

MegaRam 2000: the Ferrari of Storage

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The MegaRam 2000, imperial Technology Inc.'s latest solid-state disk storage accelerator, provides exceptional performance and strong fault-tolerance features in a compact form factor to boost database and I/O-intensive applications in enterprise environm

Syntrex B2B App Invades U.S. Market

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An Italian developer is bringing its business-to-business data transfer technology to the U.S. market.

Lotus In Space

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NASA saves millions with domino-based satellite monitoring system. Now, meet the system's maker.

Unresolved Issues Dog Feds Data-Tap Efforts

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Rapid changes in communications technology threaten to make "a big mess" out of the federal government's ambitious plans to weave wiretapping into the fabric of the digital age, while a 1994 law grows increasingly outdated.

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