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Green IT: Top 8 Green IT Highlights of 2008

Looking back over some of the news highlights in the green IT sector, companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Cisco Systems, Sun Microsystems and a number of others really took the lead in efforts to update data centers and save electrical resources. more

IT & Network Infrastructure : The Top Hardware Products of 2008 in Review

In any given year, plenty of new desktops, notebooks and IT infrastructure products enter the market. While some fail and others thrive, the end of the year is always a good time to take a look back at some of the more more

Web 2.0, SOA, and Web Services: Top Web Products, Services of 2008

eWEEK is taking the final month of the year to honor these new Web products or services released in 2008. Honorable mentions go to any company that has enabled offline access to normally Web-based apps, such as Google Apps' more

Application Development: eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Using jQuery in Microsoft Visual Studio 2008

Microsoft Visual Studio now supports jQuery. Or is it the other way around? JavaScript application developers who use jQuery can now have full control over their jQuery code using Visual Studio 2008's latest version of IntelliSense.

Virtualization Technology: eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Top 5 Rated VMware Virtual Appliances

VMware launched its "Virtual Appliance Marketplace" Nov. 7, 2006, offering prebuilt, ready-to-run enterprise software applications packaged with an operating system for download on a trial basis. Of the more than more

Data Storage: ZDE Report Validates Storage Sector as Healthiest in IT

Eighty-nine percent of storage survey respondents report that they will either maintain or increase their storage purchasing in 2009. There is reason for most of the storage business to remain confident looking ahead to next year -- despite the free falls in other sectors of the economy.

Enterprise Applications: Stupid Technology Tricks of 2008

eWEEK Labs picks the biggest tech missteps of the year.

Linux, Open Source & Ubuntu: eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Upgrading to Fedora 10

eWEEK Labs has been testing Fedora 10, the latest version of the community-supported Linux-based operating system that serves as a technology proving ground for future Red Hat software products. Here is a rundown on upgrading from Fedora 9 to the current version using the distribution's handy preupgrade tool.

Enterprise Mobility: eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: RIM BlackBerry Bold Smartphone

The BlackBerry Bold, the new smartphone available now for the AT&T network, offers an outstanding video display for a small screen and good audio quality. The Bold's revamped interface theme and the full browser failed to impress, though.

Midmarket: Five Super Servers for SMBs

Requirements for servers vary, depending on the server application and the needs of your business. Absolute CPU speed is not as critical for a server as it is for a desktop, but you may want to consider other server specifications, like choosing a more
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