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Trio Refines Storage Virtualization Tools

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IBM, Network Appliance and Hitachi are pushing storage virtualization to help administrators remedy shrinking capacity and poor utilization rates without increasing the number of storage arrays in their IT environment.

Sun Downsizes N1 Grid Computing Plan

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Sun does an about-face on its promise to deliver its N1 Grid on multiple hardware platforms simultaneously, instead debuting it on its own hardware first.

AMD Previews Pacifica Virtualization Technology

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AMD gives developers a peek at its "Pacifica" chip virtualization technology, which will enable users to run multiple OSes and apps in separate partitions on a single processor.

Grid Computing Can Allow Security Threats

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Automated resource allocation can breach defenses and expose data to theft, so experts recommend cautious information-management procedures.

SWsoft Virtualizes Egeneras Blade Servers

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Egenera and SWsoft form an alliance that will give Egenera customers options in server virtualization technology.

Storage Virtualization Tool Offers Remote Mirroring

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SANRAD's disaster recovery tool combines its iSCSI V-Switch with its StoragePro software to provide both local and global data replication.

The Enterprise Strikes Back!

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Through a series of keynote presentations and interactive panel discussions, this live, two-day virtual tradeshow will bring together top CIOs and IT executives from leading analyst firms, consultancies and other organizations to identify the most pressin

New Dell Products Advance Data Center Vision

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The company introduces new four-way 64-bit servers, new features in its server management software, and a service designed to help enterprises plan for future growth in their data centers.

64-Bit Computing: Whats in It for You

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Polls of eSeminar attendees show gradual adoption for media and database tasks.

CanadaDrugs.com Opts for Open-Source Clustering

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One of Canada's largest online drugstores turned to Emic's EAC clustering to handle multiple MySQL databases, a growing workforce and the rising tide of U.S. citizens seeking lower-cost drugs.

Green Reaching for Larger Businesses

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Microsoft's Project Green will include embedded BI, SharePoint collaboration capabilities, and a unified code base to attract enterprise customers.

Business Analysis Tools Gaining in Visualization

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Several startups are leading a new charge to ease enterprise data analysis with visualization tools that allow nontechnical users to glean valuable information from business data.

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