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Apps Ease VOIP Management

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Voice-over-IP software from BroadSoft and AccessLine stress simplicity and flexibility.

Data Thefts Reveal Storage Flaws

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Recent high-profile thefts of sensitive data have enterprise IT executives looking hard at the relationships among storage, backup and security.

Recent Advances Boost System Virtualization

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News analysis: System virtualization has had several boosts in the past few weeks, thanks to companies such as IBM, XenSource, Virtual Iron and Intel.

Intel, AMD Call for Innovation on Virtual Platforms

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News analysis: The companies tout their respective hardware-level virtualization technologies, saying they will bring easier server consolidation, greater security, and better system and software utilization.

Grid Developers Work with Microsoft

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Gridiron's agreement to develop tools for Windows XP and Digipede's new .Net-based distributed computing solution show that grid computing exists outside Linux and Unix.

Microsoft Preps for the 64-Bit Wave

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Microsoft is readying more than just 64-bit Windows releases. It's also developing 64-bit versions of a handful of its key desktop and server apps.

Travel Site Reserves a Seat on Oracle, Linux

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Case study: MLT Vacations migrated to Oracle RAC and Linux just in time to save its servers from the seasonal blizzard of snowbirds seeking to evacuate.

RSA Security Releases One-Time Password Specs

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Will international standards for one-time password technologies be the catalyst for deployment and adoption of stronger authentication in enterprise applications? RSA Security believes it will.

Virtual Iron Tool Creates Virtual Scalable System

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Virtual Iron VFe creates virtual building blocks between servers, enabling administrators to partition the virtual system into increments as small as a fraction of a server to large multiple-processor systems.

Emics Open-Source Clustering Takes On Java

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Emic Networks adds JSP and J2EE application server support to its Application Clustering platform and makes elements of its LAMP/LAMJ bundle available as stand-alone products.

Grid Computing Takes the Linux Route

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Updated: Opinion: Why do we need yet another grid outfit? Because the open-source model promoted by the newly formed Globus Consortium is a smart one to follow.

GlobusWorld Struggles with Growing Pains

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Reporter's Notebook: While the conference devoted to open-source grid computing is still populated largely by scientific and academic grid gurus, commercial interests are banging at the door.

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