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Analyzing a Good Net Career

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Enterprises can't locate enough Web analysts

Passive Observer

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Mercury Interactive Corp. has added passive monitoring to its Topaz tool for active Web application performance testing.

InfiniBand Impresses but Awaits Audience

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Infiniband, a new high-speed interconnect technology designed to boost bandwidth inside data centers, reached a significant milestone last week when supporters demonstrated it running enterprise-class database applications for the first time.

Storage Vendors Stepping Up Capacity

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Storage companies, large and small, have new targets in their sights: small and midsize businesses.

Corralling Information

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Portable storage solutions are becoming more popular as the amount of stored data continues to grow.

High Marks

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Wharton's ASP offering passes rivals' test

Fast Facts Infrastructure: June 25, 2001

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EchoStar Communications has reportedly turned to UBS Warburg and Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co. for $3 billion in short-term loans that the satellite broadcaster needs to make a bid for the parent of its chief competitor, DirecTV.

A Cost-Tracking System to Fill the Bill

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Bom.com's Web-based model is targeting small and midsize companies.

The Gestalt of Data

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Neugents, visualization analyze data and predict behavior

Stamping Out the Bad Guys

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U.S. Postal Service uses data warehouse and analysis system to help track down money launderers

IBM Opens Door With NAS Products

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Four months after launching its storage networking initiative, IBM last week unveiled a number of NAS products aimed at helping businesses link information and speed up access to the data.

Feeling SASsy

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BI leader set to expand into middle market

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