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Dont Close The Door On Open Source

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Open source should be a part of any long-term strategic plan. If you have not incorporated it into your IT strategy, you risk missing very significant benefits.

Networking Thrives

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Usually, when an industry's biggest player sneezes, everyone else catches cold.

Building LANs of Tomorrow

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I can live with long cab lines in 99-degree heat. I can manage making the interminable walk from the 100s of the Las Vegas Convention Center's North Hall to the 8800s of its South Hall in less than 10 minutes.

Battle Lines

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RLX begins web hosting assault

Tony Scott

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When General Motors' employee portal needed revving up, the responsibility fell to CTO Tony Scott.

Robert Gourley

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Frame relay pioneer tells his story

Security From a Distance

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Telecommuting and other remote computing apps are key sources of security anxiety among IT managers.

Trio Facilitates Development

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Sun Microsystems Inc., Accenture LLC and Parametric Technology Corp. have joined to improve cross-company product development.

What Puts Ultradense Servers on Cutting Edge

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In the coming months, a new breed of ultradense servers will emerge to redefine Web-hosting economics at Internet data centers and offer managed service providers and application service providers a worthwhile alternative to current front-line Web servers

Technology Managers Fear Shortage of Workers, Funds

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Technology managers worry most about a shortage of skilled workers and a lack of money to buy equipment to keep their companies' communications networks from failing, according to a new survey.

DataReturn Turns Up Buzz Meter

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Web hoster DataReturn will announce a new high-reliability service with Microsoft this week, amid hoopla interpreted by many as a way to raise DataReturn's profile, possibly leading to a partnership or an acquisition.

The Long and the Short of It

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We, the people, deserve compatible wireless access. And when it comes to the 802.11b Wi-Fi standard, we usually get it, with a niggling caveat.

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