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

Combining Storage Virtualization and ILM

12 Oct, 2006

A couple of key questions surfaced this week regarding storage virtualization and its ability to adequately track and monitor data being shuttled between a growing multitude of sources and ...More >

Some Good News on Office 2007

09 Oct, 2006

There is a fair amount of commentary regarding the new Office 2007 suite coming out this fall, most of it positive. John Carroll, blogging on ZDNet, said the ribbon-based GUI takes a little getting ...More >

The Enterprise Architecture, It Is A-Changin'

06 Oct, 2006

A couple of new SOA developments from IBM and Microsoft signal that the major vendors are serious about the prospects of the fully integrated architecture. This despite a growing chorus of critics ...More >

Specialty Servers Gain at Intel

02 Oct, 2006

One of the more intriguing things to come out of Intel recently, besides the quad-cores, is the idea of the specialty server. Under the view espoused by Pat Gelsinger, senior VP and GM of the digital ...More >

Metadata: Help or Hindrance?

29 Sep, 2006

Is metadata a help or a hindrance?   Judging by some of the commentary this week, it seems that a number of people are at least willing to give it a try.   Yes, it's a big job giving labels ...More >

More Drops in the Virtualization Bucket

25 Sep, 2006

It's getting harder and harder to keep track of everything that's happening with virtualization these days. Like the proverbial octopus, its tentacles are reaching into just about every corner of the ...More >

Whither Now, Enterprise Search?

22 Sep, 2006

There's been a lot of activity in the enterprise search realm this week.   We saw the return of Convera, which has been trying to make the shift from software developer to service provider. ...More >

The Business End of Web 2.0

18 Sep, 2006

We decided to take a look at Web 2.0 this week to see if anyone has started making sense of it yet. And surprisingly, the answer is yes.   We've always been a fan of the simple explanation, so ...More >

Listening in on Vista Chatter

15 Sep, 2006

Ouch. According to a lot of people who've been monkeying around with Release Candidate 1 of Windows Vista, the system leaves a lot to be desired: install problems, reboot problems, problems with ...More >

Can vPro Really Deliver?

11 Sep, 2006

We've seen our share of announcements of revolutionary new products that will change the paradigm of this or that industry.   Few have actually delivered on their promises. To be fair, though, ...More >

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