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Shoals in the Harbor

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Nearly five months after U.S. companies began signing up for an agreement aimed at averting disruptions in the flow of personal data from Europe to the U.S., some U.S. interests are calling for clarifications to the deal.

Sweet Jam Turns Sour

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ASP kills its pioneer partner program.

SANs Need to Be as Manageable as LANs

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In today's enterprise networks, it managers have to continuously allocate budget and other resources for storage to provide robust data availability and support for critical e-business applications

Compute Farms Yield a Fine Crop of Data

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Cheap compute cycles satisfy the need to number-crunch ever-bigger jobs

Keeping Pace

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Informatica strives for real-time analysis

Driving Data to the Web

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If complex quantitative data is made graphic, we can absorb it effortlessly

Can Storage Keep You Dry?

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Not entirely. But some partner umbrellas are safer than others.

Data Centers Defend Their Territory

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Operations managers espouse mainframe computing to e-businesses

The Buzz: March 26, 2001

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Fiorina on Our Mobile Culture; Anonymous Poster Named; Road Warriors Gain Access

Sony vs. Sony

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Entertainment and electronics divisions clash

No Time For Fatigue

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The army needed a top recruit to build a massive storage system. Here's who answered the call.

Fuel for Growth

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Because the relevant working "group" is no longer constrained to those on one company's payroll, groupware systems will need to easily extend to any user with a minimum of hassle.

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