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XML Eases Data Transport

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Captiva, RTSe, Kofax and Tower products help employees transmit documents along networks.

Tech Data Corp.

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Forget the TV show "Survivor". It doesn't even begin to compare with the struggles that have afflicted the mass-distribution business over the past several years.

Tauzin Delivers Bill for Bells

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For the regional Bells, last week was payback time.

Tape Solves Sticky Storage Issues

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Network-attached storage innovations aren't limited to devices such as Network Storage Solutions Inc.'s ProStor system reviewed in this issue. Tape-based storage is about to get a little bit sexier.

Loudcloud to Tap Enterprise Data Sites

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Loudcloud Inc. made official here in April its plans to evolve into the enterprise data center space, a move met with optimism from the new target market but with hesitancy from customers.

The Buzz: April 30, 2001

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Thirteen countries- from the United States and Mexico to Hungary, New Zealand and South Korea-are banding together to fight Internet fraud.

New Players, Wares Enter Storage Fray

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Some of the storage industry's new kids on the block are building products on IP storage as well as NAS and SAN convergence, technologies that challenge more traditional storage methods.

Sony, Ericsson Join Handsets

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Wireless gear vendor Ericsson is hoping the joint mobile phone venture it formed with Sony last week will provide a much-needed reprieve from its market free fall.

ProStor Is a Top Performer

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But Network Storage Solutions' low-cost device lacks scalability found in rival NAS products.

When In Doubt, Farm It Out

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Outsourcing its point-of-sale system proved to be a perfect fit for a midsize apparel retailer.

BMC Software Suite Frees IT Managers

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The storage management arena got a little more crowded this month as BMC Software Inc. announced a software suite that gives IT managers a broader view of how their hardware is affecting applications.

Power Down

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It's no secret that data centers are power gluttons.

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