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Outside World Wants Inside IT

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If your company isn't a world-class technology user, it won't last long: Aggressive adoption and deployment of information systems, both computing and communications, are a minimum requirement for a sustained competitive role in today's economy.

Master of Multiple NOS Management

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ZENworks for Servers update with desktop counterpart is powerful, but installation's tedious.

VelociRaptor: A Simple but Tough Network Security Guard

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Security-conscious companies with limited budgets and small IT staffs should consider Axent Technologies Inc.'s VelociRaptor firewall appliance to provide powerful network security with straightforward setup and management.

Chief Strategy Officer: Got What It Takes?

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In the "e" world, little makes sense, but what does is made coherent by a fluid approach to money, markets, management and technology.

Always-On Gets More Secure

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Intel router targeted at small and home offices.

P2P Gets Jury of Its Peers

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Testers say it has a place in enterprise.

eFiles: December 18, 2001

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Ford Motor Co. two years ago decided it had better things to do than host Web servers. So, like most major global enterprises, Ford outsourced most server operations to Web hosting service providers.

eFiles: December 11, 2001

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Voice over ip will begin to come in loud and clear over the next five years, says a recent survey of 162 network engineers and other VOIP experts.

Commerce Server 2000 Is a Big Step Up

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Microsoft Corp. products tend to be weak in their first versions and improve with each subsequent release.

Dell Gears Up in Server Space

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Introduces Unisys-based 32-way system, lessening reliance on PC market

Corporate Should Pass On The Pentium 4

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The "fast, faster, fastest" headline doesn't pack the same punch anymore when it comes to processors. Sure, gamers want to blast their cannons a little faster, but the rest of the people can't really care about this stuff, can they?

Doomsayers Wrong Again

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Each year about now, prophets of doom arise to predict the end of the IT industry.

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