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Tech Data Corp.: A Surprise Adversary

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CEO Steve Raymund's No. 1 concern isn't rival distributors.

Deciphering NAS, SAN Storage Wars

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IT must untangle today's enterprise-class technologies to get a handle on tomorrow's systems.

One Small Step for Laptop Security

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Caveo leads charge to secure devices using motion detection technology.

Storage They Can Bank On

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eWeek Labs sorts out the options now available to Fleet and other heavy hitters.

Emulex Set to Make the Plunge Into iSCSI

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Not content to sit on its laurels, Emulex Corp., which already owns a substantial portion of the Fibre Channel host bus adapter market, is ready to dive into IP storage networking waters.

Any Kind, Anywhere Storage

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iSCSI protocol enables high-speed carriers to deliver data around the corner or around the world.

Rewritable DVDs in Works

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Panasonic, Philips show technologies at CeBIT, but lack of uniform standard could slow adoption

Fujitsu Takes Storage Management Leap

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As more companies jump into the storage management software space, customers are seeing less difference in the range of products being offered

New Satellite Service Rises From Ashes

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Commercial satellites may be more than just pies in the sky

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

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