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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.

Startups Flock to Storage

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Seek share of growing, lucrative market but face wary IT managers and entrenched competitors

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.

Fevered Pitch

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Data centers, MSPs fight over customers

U.S. Firms Find No Haven in Safe Harbor

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European Union's data privacy directive raises 'considerable' trade issues

Its the Copper, Baby!

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VoDSL takes the existing copper infrastructure to the next level.

Scott Puritz

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Chairman and CEO, OptiGlobe Communications

Exodus Outsources Storage

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Exodus Communications has signed a storage agreement with services provider WorldStor, and with that deal it has driven the last nail in the coffin of its own storage services strategy.

Its All Timing

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These days, it usually pays to check the investment wires just before going to speak in public. You just never can tell which industry segment has tanked.

From Hacker to Financial Backer

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Kim Schmitz isn't your typical venture capitalist. Before he was investing in dot-coms, Schmitz was a hacker, who allegedly broke into systems run by NASA, the Pentagon and Citibank.

Outsourcing Degrees of Disaster Recovery

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Disaster recovery services are more than just insurance policies companies begrudgingly buy for their own peace of mind

As Lights Flicker ...

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E-businesses get serious about disaster recovery

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