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Data center and networking architecture to keep your data safe and moving

Still Puzzling over Windows Vista

27 Nov, 2006

The IT industry seems to be about as ready as it will be for Windows Vista, which isn't saying much. Redmond execs say it's the greatest thing since sliced bread, but word on some streets is that ...More >

Driving New Businesses with SOA

20 Nov, 2006

Integration has always been the keyword in the development of the service-oriented architecture. Integration of data and aplications will tear down the silos surrounding individual business units and ...More >

Let Them Have Their Web 3.0

16 Nov, 2006

Well, that didn't take long. Less than a day after the New York Times ran an article quoting some venture capitalists about Web 3.0, the blogosphere went nuts. Make it stop, nearly all of them ...More >

The Rising Specter of Virtual Server Sprawl

13 Nov, 2006

Industry awareness of virtual server sprawl is increasing. Actually, we suspect that most IT managers have known all along that replacing physical servers with virtual ones was merely swapping one ...More >

HPC Affects Storage, Too

09 Nov, 2006

High-powered computing (HPC) begins in the research labs and eventually trickles down to the commercial world. And while much of the attention is given to faster processing, the fact is that HPC is ...More >

Don't Let Short-Term Thinking Afflict SOA Deployments

06 Nov, 2006

One of the main benefits of implementing an SOA strategy is the end of legacy data silos that exist in most enterprises. The thinking is that greater access to data and applications across all ...More >

Moving Toward Real Data Management

02 Nov, 2006

There are certainly lots of tools for enterprise data management (EDM). They fall under a number of categories: data governance (DG), master data management (MDM) and customer data integration (CDI), ...More >

News on Blade Storage

31 Oct, 2006

Blades are having an impact on the data center in more ways than one. The tighter, denser servers draw more power for both processing and cooling operations, which is a serious concern in itself. But ...More >

Web 2.0 in Fits and Starts

26 Oct, 2006

It's turning out to be the debate of the ages. Are new monikers like Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0 and SOA 2.0 really new generations of technology that are poised to shake the foundations of the digital ...More >

The Virtual Workstation: Bigger than the Data Center?

23 Oct, 2006

Ever since Parallels came out with virtualization software allowing you to run Windows and the Mac OS on a Mac workstation, people have been wondering how long it would take VMware to get into the ...More >

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