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Content posted in July 2003
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Startups Bask in Summer Sums
News  |  7/21/2003  | 
Revivio and StoneFly rake in combined $33M in new funding. Has the VC drought come to an end?
SGI, Legato Jackup Backup
News  |  7/21/2003  | 
Vendors clock SAN-based tape backup at a smokin' 10 Tbytes per hour. But can you afford it?
Why IT Matters
Commentary  |  7/21/2003  | 
Ultimately, it's how an organization manages technologies and aligns them with business goals that distinguishes it.
FUDBusters
News  |  7/21/2003  | 
Microsoft announces the end of the line for Internet Explorer on the Mac.
IBM Kills Runts of NAS Litter
News  |  7/19/2003  | 
It's official: Big Blue says it will phase out Windows-based NAS 100 and 200 product lines
Report: Midmarket Moving to SANs
News  |  7/19/2003  | 
Infonetics says the number of midsized businesses adopting storage networking will climb by 2005
StorCase Makes Case for SATA
News  |  7/19/2003  | 
Builds enclosure for both Serial ATA and SCSI drives. One small step for SATA in the enterprise?
Compellent Compiles $14M More
News  |  7/17/2003  | 
Stealthy startup has landed more funding, but still won't say what it's working on
EMC Snoops on Demand
News  |  7/17/2003  | 
It spent four years ensuring users couldn't cheat on its OpenScale capacity-on-demand program
Oh No, Mr. Bill!
Commentary  |  7/17/2003  | 
Today's not a good day for Mr. Bill...Gates that is. All over various news sites, the word is spreading quickly -- there's a crack in Windows. And a nasty one at that. On Wednesday, Microsoft announced a critical vulnerability that...
QLogic Gets High on FC
News  |  7/17/2003  | 
Pounds out another killer quarter with record Q1 profits, led by jump in FC revenues
EMC Sinks Despite Hiking Profits
News  |  7/16/2003  | 
Boosts sales and posts Q2 profit, but mediocre margins and weak forecast send stock slipping
BlueArc Wallows in $47M Haul
News  |  7/16/2003  | 
NAS vendor bags a monster round of funding. If this doesn't bring it to break-even, nothin' will
Veritas Takes CA's Cake
News  |  7/16/2003  | 
Specialty Bakers dumps CA's ARCserve for Veritas Backup Exec after five years of balky backups
Perry Ellis
News  |  7/16/2003  | 
The fashion designer chose a single supplier for its SAN - HP - to avoid interop headaches
HP Exec Bolts for EMC
News  |  7/16/2003  | 
Deja vu all over again! HP storage software VP Mark Sorenson is headed to Hopkinton
Cisco & IBM Jam on SANs
News  |  7/15/2003  | 
Duo sells 2,000 FC switch ports to AXA, as Big Blue says it's first to offer Cisco's IP module
VIEO Vamps Up $5.5M
News  |  7/15/2003  | 
Ex-InfiniBand software startup tops off funding to launch application management appliance
Final installment online
Commentary  |  7/15/2003  | 
Hi folks, we've just posted the final installment of our July 10th issue, featuring a workshop on Time Servers by Mike Fratto and an 802.11 wireless NIC buyer's guide by Dave Molta. We've also got the following online specials on...
Poll: Execs Misjudge Disaster Threat
News  |  7/15/2003  | 
EMC-sponsored survey shows US business execs greatly underrate their data's vulnerability
NetApp Tiers Up
News  |  7/15/2003  | 
Moves to two-tier distribution in deals with Arrow and Avnet, as it seeks bigger cut of the midmarket
Microsoft Sparks iSCSI Liftoff
News  |  7/14/2003  | 
Microsoft's Windows iSCSI initiator has 1,500 users taking another look at the fledgling technology
JNI Soars on Emulex Rumor
News  |  7/14/2003  | 
Shares of the HBA vendor shot up 27% last Friday after whispers that Emulex would acquire it
Commodore 64 -- It's Baa-ack!
Commentary  |  7/14/2003  | 
I remember long, long ago when I bought my Commodore 64, I thought I was the coolest kid on the block. I'd moved up -- I was "beyond" that Atari thing in my basement and its silly games. I was...
Will HP Help Standards Surge?
News  |  7/12/2003  | 
HP says its SMI-S program will speed the standard's adoption, but a rival smells a marketing stunt
MonoSphere Busts a Mover
News  |  7/12/2003  | 
Startup adds data movers to out-of-band virtualization software so it doesn't bog down host CPUs
Fashionista Favors One-Vendor SAN
News  |  7/11/2003  | 
Perry Ellis chose a single supplier for its SAN - HP - to avoid interop headaches
MTI Profit Makes Stock Scoot
News  |  7/10/2003  | 
Who knew 2 cents could mean so much? After posting modest Q4 profit, MTI's stock climbs UPDATED 3PM
Brocade Swaps Swamped Options
News  |  7/10/2003  | 
Plans to grant employees 28.5M new stock options in exchange for their worthless ones
EMC's Soft Spot?
News  |  7/10/2003  | 
EMC's Soft Spot? How the Legato acquisition could go sour
McData Slips on Sign of Price War
News  |  7/10/2003  | 
Shares tumble 14% after analyst indicates that Brocade's deep discounts are hurting McData
Sistina Makes Inalienable Writes
News  |  7/10/2003  | 
Upgrade to clustered file system allows 256 servers to write to the same file simultaneously
Cisco SAN Sales: Ramping Hard?
News  |  7/9/2003  | 
Analysts say Andiamo sales could hit mid-$20M for current quarter, as SAN switch fracas intensifies
Behind EMC's New Software Splash
News  |  7/9/2003  | 
Is its bid for Legato the first major step in turning EMC into a storage software supernova?
EMC Gobbles Legato
News  |  7/8/2003  | 
Pulling trigger on $1.3B deal, EMC dives into backup software and charges straight for Veritas
Sprint Stretches Storage Over IP
News  |  7/8/2003  | 
Demonstrates disaster recovery application using FC-over-IP over a distance of 3,600 miles
Viva iVivity?
News  |  7/8/2003  | 
Storage processor startup banks $13M inside round and hires ex-HDS exec David Coombs as CEO
The Future of Wireless
News  |  7/8/2003  | 
Multimode 802.11 NICs Lead the Way.
Evertrust Eases Expunging
News  |  7/8/2003  | 
Is your data putting you at risk? Get rid of it, with help from Evertrust.net
Feds Reach Out and Touch IT
News  |  7/8/2003  | 
GLBA. HIPAA. Sarbanes-Oxley. These and other federal business regulations have a direct impact on IT implementations and practices.
Art Museum's New Server Collection Brings Ancient Works to Life
News  |  7/8/2003  | 
By leveraging the best of past and present computing platforms, San Francisco's Asian Art Museum is giving visitors a richer, more interactive experience.
Reader-Assisted Testing
Commentary  |  7/7/2003  | 
For those of you who have been following our various NWC Projects (information on upcoming reviews), we invite you to check out Bruce Boardman's recent introduction to his Web Site Monitoring Solution review. You can read his test objectives, and...
Get your maniflingy on
Commentary  |  7/7/2003  | 
Why have worldwide PC sales slipped recently? No, it's not the world economy or that SARS thing. According to AMD's Global Consumer Advisory Board (GCAB), the real problem stems from complicated jargon, or as a modern day Antonio Selieri would...
Let Service Providers Meter Your Bandwidth
News  |  7/7/2003  | 
It isn't often that a vendor or new technology catches me flat-footed, but P-Cube has done just that.
Reducing Security Liabilities
News  |  7/7/2003  | 
The Organization for Internet Safety has devised guidelines for security bug hunters to follow when a vulnerability is found.
There's More to IM Logging Than You Think
News  |  7/7/2003  | 
IM logging involves more than simply recording everything that comes and goes.
Linux: A Reason To Stick With NetWare
News  |  7/7/2003  | 
If you were surprised by Novell's plans to offer Linux tools for the enterprise, you haven't been paying attention.
Centrex, IP Style
News  |  7/7/2003  | 
New IP telephony offerings sport feature sets to call home about--and pricing that will let you do so, even if home is across the country.
XcelleNet's Afaria 5.0
News  |  7/7/2003  | 
Afaria is an easy-to-use mobile device management platform for Win32-, Pocket PC-, RIM Blackberry-, Palm OS-, Symbian OS- and Java-based devices.
Technology Trickle-Up
Commentary  |  7/7/2003  | 
Any proven and familiar technology that doesn't require tearing holes in walls is a viable alternative.
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