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Mainframes: Dinosaurs Reborn?

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Opinion: Mainframes look healthy and alive and-most important-are still pointing the way toward which computing should be headed.

SugarCRM Sweetens CRM Suite with Oracle 9i, MySQL Support

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The new version of Sugar Suite also offers an offline client, advanced reporting tools and a module loader.

Avaya Rolls Out Speech Tools

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Avaya will kick off the SpeechTek conference in New York this week with the launch of the company's new IP-based speech self-service software.

WebEx Expands Collaboration Line with Intranets.com Buyout

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WebEx spends $45 million to acquire privately owned Intranets.com, which markets online business collaboration applications, including document sharing, group scheduling and discussion forums.

Can Salesforce.com Grow Beyond Its CRM Niche?

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Opinion: An analyst report by Summit Strategies sets impossibly lofty goals for Salesforce.com when it says the CRM company can become the "Microsoft of the on-demand world."

IBM Sees Future in Enterprise Collaboration

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With the high-performing z9 mainframe, an upgraded Virtualization Engine, and the launch of a BladeCenter development community, IBM continues its move into the "on-demand environment."

ARX 2.0 Bolsters Virtualization

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Acopia Networks is adding the ability to build high-performance file server clusters and distributed storage grids to its ARX family of file switches.

Grid Group Issues Security Requirements

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The Enterprise Grid Alliance's requirements include ensuring that security is solid; it also urges users to make sure images on grid components are trusted.

Neoware Rolls Out Image Manager for Thin Clients

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Neoware systems rolls out technology that company officials says removes a major barrier to the broad adoption of thin-client architecture.

Riverbed Upgrades Steelhead App Accelerator

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Steelhead 2.0 is designed to make it easier for enterprises to give remote offices high-speed access to centralized database servers and applications over WANs.

HP, HDS Slim Down Storage Virtualization

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Hewlett-Packard and Hitachi Data Systems are shrinking their respective storage virtualization offerings to help midtier businesses squeeze better return on investment and performance from storage environments.

Oracles 10g Encryption Feature Is a Fine First Step

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Opinion: Transparent Data Encryption is a strong, flexible data privacy solution, but organizations need plans, not just tools.

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