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Microsoft RTMs Windows Server 2003 R2, Cuts Price

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Updated: The long march to Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 is over, as the company releases to manufacturing the final code for this long-awaited server software, throwing in a $100 price cut on its Virtual S

Cray Co-Founder Smith Leaves for Microsoft

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Just days after announcing the second beta of its Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003, Microsoft has lured Burton Smith, chief scientist at supercomputer maker Cray, into the Redmond, Wash., fold.

Verticalnet Polishes Hosting Service

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Verticalnet Inc., with its storied B2B past, is honing its hosted supply management offering.

Big Help Desks for Small Sites

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Managed remote assistance services might be cost-prohibitive for all except the largest of organizations, but there are less expensive help desk alternatives available for small and midsize businesses.

Open Source Enters VM Space

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Updated: Open-source technology is ready to take a major step forward into the competitive virtual machine space, a move that could help drive down costs for users.

IBM Ships New Autonomic Computing Tools

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IBM's three new management tools aim to reduce arduous IT tasks through automated monitoring and self-healing of systems and apps.

New Sun Grid Storage Services Promise Flexible Power

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Sun plans to bring its Remote Backup and Restore and Remote File Vault services to the United States in March.

HP Expands Platform Options for Utility Computing

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Across four new offerings customers can choose utility computing services based on 32-bit and 64-bit systems based on Intel Xeon- and AMD Opteron-based HP ProLiant systems as well as Intel Itanium-based HP Integrity servers.

NetApp Gives Storage More Punch

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Network Appliance's Data OnTap GX operating system lets users get the most from their storage subsystems through the use of virtualization.

Too Many Virtualizations to Handle?

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Innovations 2006 Analysis: Virtualization is a hodgepodge of technologies, but nevertheless, it is hot, hot, hot in IT buying circles. While virtualization promises to make today's more powerful computers more

Home Depots IT Makeover

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Opinion: Home Depot gives its merchandising system a new look.

Supercomputers Keep Pace

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Industry-standard technology continues to change the face of high-performance computing, making supercomputers more affordable not only for research institutions and federal agencies, but also for enterprises.

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