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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.

IBM Enhances zSeries Systems

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Far from fading into the IT history books, mainframe systems are still going strong, and, in fact, new features and capabilities are on the way for IBM's zSeries systems.

HDS Brings Virtualization to the Midtier

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Hitachi Data Systems unveils midrange offerings designed to bring its storage virtualization capabilities to a small-to-midsize audience experiencing rapid growth and shrinking storage capacity.

EqualLogic Plans Disk Drive Technology

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EqualLogic is easing server and storage consolidation by building iSCSI-based technology capable of observing storage patterns to determine the most efficient way to keep data.

Lenovo Brings Blades to the Desktop

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The company will market and sell ClearCube's PC blades and management software.

Oracle Unleashes Database 10g R2

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Oracle lets Release 2 of Database 10g out of the bag, promising tighter security and better performance and availability with the much-anticipated revamp.

I Have Seen the Enemy and It Is Complexity

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Opinion: More complicated isn't necessarily better, so organizations should make sure they know what they're doing before diving into grid computing or Web services.

Multicore CPUs Speed Shift in Software Licensing

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As software licensing grows more complicated with the advent of power multicore processors, enterprise software buyers search for simpler licenses that bring cost savings.

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