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Small, Fast and Available

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Maxtor's hard drive holds large amounts of data

The Price Is Wrong

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With wireless high-speed packet data networks just starting to come online in the U.S. and some trials and commercial launches around the globe, operators have already learned a lot about the technology.

RFP Showdown: August 20, 2001

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Dozens of solutions providers wanted to take another crack at last month's problem.

EMC Withstands Challenges

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Moves by rivals of storage leader EMC unlikely to draw IT managers away from other concerns.

Storage Areas for All

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The storage conundrum got a bit rosier for small and midsize enterprises last week with 3Ware's announcement of a pizza-box-size device that plugs into Ethernet, uses little power and stores 640 gigabytes of information.

Balancing the Load

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Customers whip hosting SLAs into shape

Managed Expectations

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Some hosting companies are focused on core business

From FC to SCSI

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A new storage switch from Crossroads Systems Inc. provides midsize enterprises with large-scale Fibre Channel-to-SCSI flexibility.

Identicon DB Takes Development Tack

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ThinAirApps' server and client libraries enable real-time database access from handhelds, PDAs

Superplugged

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IBM, other vendors say pay-as-you-go utilities are the future

HP Adds Heft to Its Storage Lineup

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Hewlett-Packard Co. officials said they hope last week's $350 million acquisition of StorageApps Inc. helps the company compete in the high-end storage arena and quiets criticism that HP is too reliant on partners and not enough on in-house storage develo

Private Data: Handle With Care

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U.S. companies don't realize how easy they've had it when it comes to gathering consumer data until they start doing business in other parts of the world-particularly Europe.

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