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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.

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.

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

Adding 9s To Uptime Can Add Up

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The technology used for disaster recovery and business continuity service plans differs dramatically

Disaster Plans Tied to Business Success

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It wasn't our intention to time our cover story on disaster recovery with a major earthquake in Seattle, but it happened

Quantum Stacks the Tape Deck

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Company's backup tape drive technology rollout will compete with existing linear tape open drives

As Lights Flicker ...

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E-businesses get serious about disaster recovery

Make the Switch, Fill Your Pockets

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Many telcos have made the move to data services. Those that are late to the game desperately need your help.

NetBackup Guards Client Data On-Site

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But software doesn't support ME, tape backup

HyperTransport Speeds Data Transfer

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Chip maker advanced Micro Devices Inc. got a big boost for its HyperTransport technology this month

Power In Hand

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Your customers crave mobile commerce. Can you deliver the goods like this guy?

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