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Hard Times

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Struggling PSINet shops assets

Keeping Data in Its Place

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Few things are more dangerous than data that doesn't know its limitations.

SAN-tastic Solution

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When the Dish Network's storage architecture started to crack, this storage consultant was there to pick up the pieces.

Data Centers Stay Lit

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Rolling blackouts in northern California last week failed to disable critical data centers, but the power disruption caused many networking companies to close down office operations.

Startup Aims Storage Solutions at Providers

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Compared with their enterprise counterparts, SSPs and ISPs are a needy bunch.

There Can Be Huge Payoffs in Data Integration

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Like the brazen wolf that leads the pack into unexplored territories, systems integrators can lead clients into once-overlooked areas like data integration, enabling businesses to collaborate online by providing access to important data in back-office sys

The In-Crowd

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Worldcom's exclusive peering club posts rules

Getting Ready for a Power Play

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Internet data centers won't go dark during California energy crisis.

Catching the Bug Before It Kills

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Pentagon would mine data to fight bio-terrorism

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.

Buying Biz Smarts

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ASPs chip in to cut data-dicing costs and time.

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