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fiancialmgmt
On by Andrew Donoghue 1

Improved benchmarking, better information management, and tackling risky IT projects key to cutting costs

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radardangersecurityvirust
On by Roy Mark 1

The most expensive Pentagon weapons system ever developed, the program involves 7.5 million lines of code, of which hackers made off with several terabytes.

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On by Michelle Maisto 0

The hard drive, which comes in various capacities, features a rugged base and design and a shock tolerance of 400 G/2ms

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On by Jeffrey Burt 0

AMD officials say the recession could play to the strengths of the Opteron EE by giving enterprises the option of extremely efficient systems that can save money on the bottom line

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On by Darryl K. Taft 0

Middleware and software development are bright spots, despite revenue going down by ten percent overall

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hpblade2
On by Jeffrey Burt 0

Hewlett-Packard has laucnhed a platform to combine servers, storage and networks into one resource - and called it the Matrix

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On by Jeffrey Burt 0

Unisys is ramping up the virtualisation capabilities of its enterprise x86 servers by upgrading to Intel's Nehalem EP processors and VMware's latest version of its virtualisation platform

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rezamvmware
On by Peter Judge 0

The virtualisation giant is pretty pleased with its new "cloud OS", vSphere. Is it really that different from the competition. VMware's Reza Malekzadeh thinks so - and explained why.

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On by Peter Judge 0

Upgrade to virtual infrastructure product boosts fault-tolerance and expands to smaller businesses, as well as including networks and storage

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On by Peter Judge 0

Sun's new prospective owner Oracle explains why the IBM deal went sour. But will Oracle do hardware, and will it kill MySQL? Of course not, says Peter Judge

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