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Corralling Information

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

The Gestalt of Data

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Neugents, visualization analyze data and predict behavior

Fibre Channel Switch Hits 2G-bps Throughput

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QLogic's SANbox2 makes infrastructure administration smoother

Data, Data Everywhere, but Which Is Crucial?

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In our last column, we discussed the fact that most Web sites have various stakeholders, each of whom will want to measure different things to determine if the site is successful

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

Feeling SASsy

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BI leader set to expand into middle market

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.

The Magic of Pixie Dust

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IBM solves media storage problem

Unresolved Issues Dog Feds Data-Tap Efforts

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Rapid changes in communications technology threaten to make "a big mess" out of the federal government's ambitious plans to weave wiretapping into the fabric of the digital age, while a 1994 law grows increasingly outdated.

Hitachi Jumps Into NAS Arena

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Hitachi Data Systems Corp. is shipping its first network-attached storage product.

Data Cleansing Tools Go Real Time

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Although commercial data cleansing and standardization software tools have been around for years.

Thins in for Data Centers

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The data center's air conditioning may still cut to the bone, but American Power Conversion's rack-mounted flat-panel monitor and keyboard drawer gives system administrators a slender console.

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