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Taking the Bite Out of Storing Bytes

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EMC Chief Technology Officer Rothnie discusses the current state of storage and what lies ahead.

Compaq Folds Its Cards on Bid

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Vendor decides not to raise the ante after dimension data makes higher offer for Proxicom.

E-Storage Futures

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Future-proofing your e-business data capacity and access strategy.

Bridging the Storage/IP Gap

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Nishan switch stretches resources by tying Gigabit Ethernet, Fibre Channel.

Tech Data Corp.

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Forget the TV show "Survivor". It doesn't even begin to compare with the struggles that have afflicted the mass-distribution business over the past several years.

Rival Telecom Bills Compete

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Rep. Billy Tauzin, R-La., has some unwelcome company in his drive to free the regional Bells from restrictions on their data services.

XML Eases Data Transport

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Captiva, RTSe, Kofax and Tower products help employees transmit documents along networks.

Morris L. Helbach

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Anadarko Petroleum is on a roll. Over the past year, it spent $1.1 billion to buy Berkley Petroleum, completed a $4.4 billion merger with Union Pacific Resources Group and saw its stock price double.

Tauzin Delivers Bill for Bells

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For the regional Bells, last week was payback time.

Sony, Ericsson Join Handsets

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Wireless gear vendor Ericsson is hoping the joint mobile phone venture it formed with Sony last week will provide a much-needed reprieve from its market free fall.

New Players, Wares Enter Storage Fray

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Some of the storage industry's new kids on the block are building products on IP storage as well as NAS and SAN convergence, technologies that challenge more traditional storage methods.

Tape Solves Sticky Storage Issues

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Network-attached storage innovations aren't limited to devices such as Network Storage Solutions Inc.'s ProStor system reviewed in this issue. Tape-based storage is about to get a little bit sexier.

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