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Tech Firms Aid Relief Efforts

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Microsoft Corp. this week led a growing number of high-tech companies offering money, equipment and services to relief workers and companies in New York City and Washington following the terrorist attacks in those cities.

Microsoft, Others Pledge Financial Assistance

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A number of large corporations, including Microsoft Corp., General Electric Co. and Cisco Systems Inc., have stepped up to the plate in the wake of Tuesday's attacks in New York and Washington, pledging financial and technical assistance to help the recov

Group Performs Coast-to-Coast IP Storage Test

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A small group of companies will announce a big storage happening later this month, focusing on a nationwide IP storage test.

Voice Networks Overloaded, Data Lines Functional

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The unprecedented attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon this morning are severely taxing both voice and data networks on the East Coast.

Disaster Recovery Services Come Online

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Many companies affected by today's terrorist attacks are now relying on back-up services provided by disaster recovery companies who offer services designed precisely for this eventuality.

Maxtor and Sony Aim at Midrange

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Maxtor Corp. and Sony Corp. of America are attacking the midrange storage space with new network-attached and tape devices.

SevenSpace Acquisition Leads MSP Consolidation

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SevenSpace has said it will acquire StrataSource in a stock-swap deal that marks the beginning of an anticipated string of merger and acquisition deals among managed service providers.

Interview: Conxion CEO Antonio Salerno

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Interactive Week's Max Smetannikov talked to CEO Antonio Salerno about the chances of Conxion becoming a $1 billion company during his lifetime.

No Partying for Linux Lovers in Frisco

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Delegates at last week's LinuxWorld conference in San Francisco were disappointed that there was no formal company-sponsored conference party.

HP Turns on DVD Technology

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Hewlett-Packard Co. plans to ship its first combination recordable DVD and CD drive for PCs starting this month.

One Big Bucket of Data

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Virtualization systems meld storage into a single network resource

Carriers, Studios Partner To Send Video

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As the fight among carriers for media and entertainment clientele intensifies, Level 3 Communications has quietly developed a major relationship with Sony, with the two planning to deliver digital movies, music and games to customers.

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