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IT & Network Infrastructure : An Exclusive Look at Facebook's Data Center

A top-flight, well-equipped data center utilizes a historic former school building for 21st-century, Internet-level colocation services, yet it melds perfectly into downtown.

IT & Network Infrastructure : Products to Watch: February 2, 2009

eWEEK editors name the new hardware, software and services enterprise IT managers should have on their radars.

Enterprise Applications: eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: OpenSolaris 2008.11

OpenSolaris 2008.11, the second major release of Sun Microsystems' freely licensed, Solaris-based operating system, hit the Web late in 2008 packed with feature enhancements intended to illustrate that Sun isn't about to more

Virtualization Technology: eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Parallels Desktop 4.0 for Mac

A rivalry with VMware Fusion pushes increased processor and RAM capacity in Parallels Desktop for Mac 4.0. The virtualization software from Parallels can recognize up to eight CPU cores for use in a virtual machine.

Data Storage: ZDE Survey Shows Cost/Power Savings Main Motivators for Data Center Upgrades

The current mantra "Doing More with Less" is clearly borne out in a Ziff Davis Enterprise research study, which asks IT decision-makers how their data center upgrades are affecting business performance.

Desktops and Notebooks: Panasonic Toughbook Laptops Go for More Smarts, Visibility

Upgrades in the Panasonic Toughbook 30 rugged notebook ($3,649) and the Panasonic Toughbook 19 convertible tablet notebook ($3,749) aim to improve the ultrasturdy laptops' memory capabilities, security and more

IT Security & Network Security News & Reviews: Malware Makes Social Networks Less Sociable

Go to a social networking site like Facebook or MySpace, and you're bound to find someone you know. You may also encounter links to malware or phishing scams, as social networking sites remain a growing attack vector. eWEEK has looked at more

Web 2.0, SOA, and Web Services: Microsoft Asks: Is SOA Myth or Money?

At Microsoft's recent SOA and Business Process Conference, Steven Martin, senior director of Developer Platforms and Tools at Microsoft, hosted a discussion that looked to debunk some of the leading myths about more

Desktops and Notebooks: 5 Notable Netbooks from HP, Dell, Sony, Lenovo and Micro-Star

Sure, the notebook is the most obvious option for businesspeople that need to bring their office wherever they go, but netbooks-smaller, less expensive and more portable notebooks-are becoming an ever-more more
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