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Data, Data Everywhere, but Which Is Crucial?

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In our last column, we discussed the fact that most Web sites have various stakeholders, each of whom will want to measure different things to determine if the site is successful

The Gestalt of Data

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Neugents, visualization analyze data and predict behavior

Stamping Out the Bad Guys

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U.S. Postal Service uses data warehouse and analysis system to help track down money launderers

A Pox on Them

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When it comes to data delivery, the Telecommunications Act of 1996 has been a complete bust.

Hitachi Jumps Into NAS Arena

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Hitachi Data Systems Corp. is shipping its first network-attached storage product.

Data Cleansing Tools Go Real Time

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Although commercial data cleansing and standardization software tools have been around for years.

Thins in for Data Centers

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The data center's air conditioning may still cut to the bone, but American Power Conversion's rack-mounted flat-panel monitor and keyboard drawer gives system administrators a slender console.

The Magic of Pixie Dust

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IBM solves media storage problem

Time to Pull Back the Curtain

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Dimension Data and Proxicom are set to reveal a combined business strategy.

Sharing Designs in Dry Dock

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Manufacturers stymied by variety of CAD apps

MegaRam 2000: the Ferrari of Storage

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The MegaRam 2000, imperial Technology Inc.'s latest solid-state disk storage accelerator, provides exceptional performance and strong fault-tolerance features in a compact form factor to boost database and I/O-intensive applications in enterprise environm

Syntrex B2B App Invades U.S. Market

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An Italian developer is bringing its business-to-business data transfer technology to the U.S. market.

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