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Tastes Great! Less Filling!

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There are plenty of IT decision makers who are trying to understand how utility computing works and what it could mean for their organizations so that they can choose.

HP Helps Businesses Gauge Ability to Change

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HP enhances its Agility Assessment Service to help businesses measure how their ability to deal with change compares with those in their verticals.

Building a Better Blade Rack

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Integration of features such as 10 Gigabit Ethernet switches and SAN/NAS support will allow companies to create entire network infrastructures within each server blade enclosure.

High-Performance Computing Wares Come in Clusters

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At the SC2004 supercomputing show, Dell, HP and Sun are unveiling bundles to ease HPC management.

Necessity Drives Corporate Utility Computing Pioneers

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Pioneering IT executives say they are implementing utility computing when it enables them to solve pressing business needs and where it makes economic sense.

Service Providers Create Ecosystems in New On-Demand Model

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Opinion: As business computing moves toward pay-as-you-go and SOA models, enterprises may find themselves locked in with a single service provider who combines products from any number of players.

Is IBM the Grid King in Financial Services?

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Big Blue blew away closest competitor Oracle in a recent survey on financial institutions' favorite grid provider. But the confusing, conflicting definitions of what constitutes "grid" make the comparison one of apples to oranges, experts say.

IBMs Database VP: Our Grid Scales Better

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Q&A: Bob Picciano, vice president of database technology at IBM's Toronto lab, says the company continues to pummel main database rival Oracle in terms of price and scalability.

Unsubscribe Me

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Opinion: Software vendors should offer subscription- and utility-based licenses only when those pricing models make sense for the buyer.

IBM Cries Foul Over WebSphere Usability Study

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As IT managers and developers work to deploy enterprise applications and Web services, IBM and Microsoft are sniping over platform supremacy studies.

Hosted CRM Choices Emerge

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Vendors offer a fresh crop of hosted subscription CRM services to fill a gap left open by licensed software applications that are often expensive and difficult to implement and maintain.

Licensing Plan Makes Microsoft a Utility Player

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Opinion: A decision to continue charging for server software based on CPUs and not cores will make Microsoft server software a much more attractive alternative to utility computing providers.

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