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Latest Sybase ASE Grows Up

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Sybase's Adaptive Server Enterprise 15 helps customers ramp up security and privacy while also managing data volume growth and other database issues.

AHA Finds Fix for Data Accessibility

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Case Study: The American Hospital Association was forced to look long and hard at its content management system to get to the root of its data integration ills.

HP Expands Virtualization Offerings

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Hewlett-Packard is rolling out a host of new software and services designed to simplify the management of virtualized environments and further the integration between its legacy platforms and Integrity line of servers.

NetApp Buoys Oracle Users

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Network Appliance is aiming to help customers gain greater control of their Oracle database environments by marrying its disk-based backup and recovery technology with Oracle's storage management capabilities.

Developers Redefine Abstraction Demands

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Opinion: Microsoft's developer conference must demonstrate compelling connectivity advantages.

Digipede to Release SDK for Windows Grids

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Company says its framework works with Visual Studio .Net, enabling developers to focus on the core concepts of their applications rather than spending time trying to grid-enable them.

McAfee Offers Clean Pipes to Service Providers

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The McAfee Clean Pipes initiative will provide McAfee technology to service providers to help them offer data and infrastructure security services to customers.

EMC CEO: Storages New Strategy

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Q&A: EMC CEO Joe Tucci says that the storage company is broadening its goals to focus on improving data security and, eventually, virtualization.

Vista Feature Protects Data from Reboots

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Microsoft is talking about a new technology in Windows Vista, code-named Freeze Dry, that is designed to save open application states before computers are rebooted.

Mainframes: The Breed of Computer that Refuses to Die

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Opinion: Moving critical computing operatings off the mainframe hit a roadblock in ensuring security and uptime in a perilous world.

AMD Knocks Intel on Power

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AMD says the lower power consumption of its Opteron chip makes servers using it cheaper to run than those based on Intel's Xeon.

Intel Expands Its Vision for Servers

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Servers' performance isn't just about speed anymore, the chip maker says.

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