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Rapidly Falling Storage Costs Mean Bigger Databases, New Applications

Anyone who's bought a computer lately knows that the price of storage has been falling rapidly. And as disk...

Supercomputer Center Pushes the Storage Envelope

Imagine a server with 110 Terabytes of hard disk. That's roughly what the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, better...

Future of Outsourcing May Lie On the Grid

Editor's note: This article is part of an IT Management Special Report on infrastructure and outsourcing. Today's world of managed...

HP and Red Hat Team Up For Enterprise Linux Support

With its large multinational customers demanding a single point of contact for support contracts, HP today signed an agreement...

IBM’s Blade Server Business Takes Off

IBM customers have placed orders as of this week for 5,000 of Big Blue's new Xeon-powered blade servers, according...

Application Hosting Still Popular Despite Sector Shakeout

The application hosting world has seen its share of ups and downs. Just last month, two major players...

Smart Card Technology Slowly Making Corporate Inroads

In the 14 years that she's worked at Sun Microsystems, Susan Bickford has accumulated a lot of company cards....

Quiet LinuxWorld Belies Rapid Acceptance of Linux

Only a few short blocks from the site of ground zero in lower Manhattan, and in an economy struggling...

Linux Breathes New Life Into The Mainframe

Linux -- the open source operating system which started out as a college student's hobby 10 years...