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EMC CEO: Storages New Strategy

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Q&A: EMC CEO Joe Tucci says that the storage company is broadening its goals to focus on improving data security and, eventually, virtualization.

Vista Feature Protects Data from Reboots

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Microsoft is talking about a new technology in Windows Vista, code-named Freeze Dry, that is designed to save open application states before computers are rebooted.

Mainframes: The Breed of Computer that Refuses to Die

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Opinion: Moving critical computing operatings off the mainframe hit a roadblock in ensuring security and uptime in a perilous world.

AMD Knocks Intel on Power

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AMD says the lower power consumption of its Opteron chip makes servers using it cheaper to run than those based on Intel's Xeon.

Intel Expands Its Vision for Servers

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Servers' performance isn't just about speed anymore, the chip maker says.

IBM Tivoli Tools to Simplify IT Management

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At Share, GM Al Zollar talks up Tivoli products that give users simpler and centralized management capabilities.

County Finds Right Storage Mix

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Case Study: An integrator's multivendor solution solves Lowndes County's storage conundrum.

Innovative Backup System Uses Unused Disk Space

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StoreGrid uses extra space on small networks of computers to back up data from all computers on the network.

Storage Digest: News from 3PAR, Emulex, HP, SGI, Brocade, Iolo technologies, EMC Dantz, LSI Logic

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3PAR offers bare-metal provisioning for Solaris servers ... Emulex, HP work on storage networking connectivity solution ... SGI adds brocade, LSI Logic 4GB-per-second solutions ... New version of Search and Recover resurrects deleted files ... EMC Dantz r

WebMethods and Neon Team to Deliver Web Services

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The partnership gives enterprises the ability to leverage their mainframe data as Web services in a services-based framework.

Teragram Software Sorts World Bank Global Archive

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Case Study: Teragram's TK240 software helps keep the World Bank's vital metadata at workers' fingertips.

Oracle Backs Linux with File System Release

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Oracle is releasing its Cluster File System Release 2 to the open-source community to demonstrate its support for Linux, even as it prospers as a producer of proprietary software products.

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