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Apples Xsan Brings SAN Access to SMBs

Apple's Xsan delivers SAN file system technology to companies with Apple hardware.

Linux Distributions: A More Egalitarian Oligarchy

|'s updated 2004 Desktop Linux Market survey presents data on distributions, windows managers, e-mail clients, Web browsers and more.

Sun Modifies Grid to Ease Utility Computing Transition

Sun will roll out its Grid Rack System, which will ease the migration to utility computing environments.

Maxxan Rolls Out Intelligent Switch for the Midmarket

Rhe MXV250 intelligent SAN switch is an all-in-one, modular solution that combines a redundant, 16- to 64-port Fibre Channel switch; IPStor software; and the Maxxan SANCruiser management software.

Orions 96-Node Workstation Brings Clusters to Desktop

The new DS-96, with 192GB memory, will run using standard technology and handle complex workloads at the user's desktop.

Are You Prepared for Disaster?

Disaster recovery consultants can help companies determine if precious assets are protected.

Companies Do More with Disaster Recovery Technology

Case study: CDS, Bank of America and Montefiore Medical use disaster recovery technology to advance other business processes.

Affordable Disaster Recovery for SMBs Within Reach

SMBs have the same disaster recovery issues as bigger companies but not the same resources. Fortunately, there are some affordable solutions.

Flirting with Disaster

IT managers are putting disaster recovery systems to the test-but not for emergencies.

Thin-Client Vendors Bulk Up With Software

Although hardware is still a key part of their businesses, top thin-client vendors are working to expand their software expertise.

Unisys to Help Enterprises Dynamically Adjust to Business Demands

The first of its Real Time Infrastructure products enables enterprises to automatically recover clustered Intel-based applications within 30 minutes.

Red Hat, MySQL to Partner on Clustering

Pushing the message to meet unpredictable computing needs by scaling out databases, Red Hat and MySQL announce plans to jointly test the MySQL database on Red Hat's Cluster Suite and Global File System.

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