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Embarcadero Clusterizes Its ETL Tool

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Embarcadero is answering the clustering craze, putting out an update to DT/Studio that's been re-architected in its design piece, its engine and its management console.

Microsoft Takes Short-Sighted Approach to On-Demand CRM

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Opinion: Microsoft's decision not to offer on-demand CRM is very much in character, but still short-sighted. It will have to reckon with the customer interest in on-demand business applications sooner than it thinks.

Microsoft Plays Catch-Up with Nimble On-Demand Rivals

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Microsoft has walked into a swarm of nimble on-demand rivals as it makes its first tentative steps into the realm of on-demand application services.

SANRAD Grabs for Virtualized iSCSI SAN Market

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The company's new SAN supports third-party iSCSI arrays and systems for all major companies, giving it the flexibility of Fibre Channel.

Oh No, Not Another Web Portal

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Opinion: Microsoft's newest shared-source project, Business Portal Lite, is torn from the tech headlines of 1997.

Fabric7 Servers Create Dynamic IT

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"Fabric computing architecture" allows data center resources to be shared according to business needs without interfering with the ongoing operations.

Virtual Iron Updates Virtualization Software

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Virtual Iron Version 2.0 supports AMD's Opteron processor and IBM's BladeCenter blade server environments.

Sun Grid Utility Aimed at MS Word Docs

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Sun Microsystems is starting a new grid utility service that unlocks the data stored in Microsoft Word documents and converts it into Open Document Format files that can be used by the StarOffice and OpenOffice desktop suites.

IBM Gives Servers a 10G Boost

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IBM teams with Neterion to bring 10 Gigabit Ethernet technology to its xSeries servers.

Microsoft Live Era Meets Dead Air

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Reporter's Notebook: Microsoft's new set of online platforms can be described as a yawn. What the company showed was that it is embracing a new services model, though not totally.

Skeptical IT Execs Poke at the Tender Underbelly of Open Source

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Reporter's Notebook: A panel of IT execs faces off with startups at the Open Source Business Conference to discuss their wares with respect to third-party certifications, proprietary lock-in and more.

Intel Unveils Four-Way Processor

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The new Xeon 7000 Series, formerly codenamed "Paxville MP," is the first to ship with Intel's chip-level virtualization technology.

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