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IFS Unifies File, E-Mail Storage

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Depending on which industry analyst or database executive eWeek Labs asks, we hear estimates that between 70 percent and 95 percent of the world's data is stored only in unstructured formats such as word processing documents, HTML files and e-mail.

Data You Can Take to the Bank

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Sometimes, bad data can happen to good companies. As application service providers work to bring business intelligence to a wider market, many retailers and wholesalers are learning that their databases aren't always stocked with the best information.

Sony Isnt Just Toying Around

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In Douglas Adams' "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," hapless earthlings learn that laboratory mice have been experimenting on humans while deceiving them into believing the reverse.

Storage Spans Atlantic on IP

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EMC and CNT recently created the first storage-over-IP system that mirrors data across the Atlantic Ocean.

EMC SAN System Delivers

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EMC Corp.'s Clariion 4500 storage system delivers enterprise-class data storage at a reasonable price.

Understanding the Why of the Buy

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What does it say about today's music when an album of previously released songs, some of which hit No. 1 nearly four decades ago, tops the charts?

EMC Takes the HighRoad

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Tool directs traffic to NAS or SAN system

Technology thwarts RAID data loss

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Land-5 Corp. has developed a software-based technology that gives RAID storage systems the ability to sustain multiple drive failures without risking data loss.

eFiles: December 4, 2000

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Sony Corp. of America-which ranked No. 8 on eWeek's 2000 FastTrack 500 list of e-business innovators-late last month said it will issue a tracking stock for its Internet business.

New tape technologies should upgrade backup

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Companies thirsting for more robust tape backup systems will have plenty of choices in the months ahead as three tape technologies emerge.

Messing With PCs—Its The Devils Work

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I have one question about tanking PC sales: why did it take so long?

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