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Analyze This

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Customers are desperate to decipher their own data. Enter business-intelligence tools, which may unlock new opportunities for solutions providers.

Dell and Tricord Power Up NAS Wares

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Instead of buying new file servers, many small and midsize companies are turning to lower-cost NAS appliances to fulfill their storage needs.

Equinix To Announce Layoffs

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Equinix, a pioneering operator of Internet business exchanges, will announce layoffs - but no data center closures - later on this month.

SCSI Performance for Less

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OnStream offers high performance at low cost.

Mata Bill Needs More Thought

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In a move to protect privacy and First Amendment rights, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, based in San Francisco (www.eff.org), is urging Web denizens to contact their elected representatives and urge them to defeat the Mobilization Against Terrorism A

The Real Cost of Storage

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The first step to control it: Assess what's out there.

New Storage Technologies Put to the Test

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Network Appliance Inc. and Compaq Computer Corp. are among a number of companies testing storage technologies that could have an impact on the general IT community.

Looking for Protection - 2

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Large companies with considerable IT resources and a long history of reliance on telecom and computer networks emerged from the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with their business processes mostly intact.

Spying Trouble at the Fore

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Important data can be lost forever if problems in backup systems aren't caught soon enough.

Fast Breaks Newsfront: October 1, 2001

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With Exodus Communications filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization last week, the dream of Web hosters as a big independent industry came to an end.

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