Controller Handles Multiple Hard Drives
NetCell Corp., claims its TurboDisk chip can control up to five hard drives while providing better performance and data protection than RAID Level 5 controllers, at a lower cost.
Is Grid Computing Next Wave?
Although most multiline, multistate insurers are focusing their resources on lengthy policy management and claims systems rebuilds, the next generation of insurance infrastructures will be grid-based, according to experts.
Linux Gains Ground
While still cautious on open source, insurers are seriously studying-and increasingly implementing-Linux-related solutions.
Phoenix Technologies Opens Up BIOS to the Network
For years, BIOS, or basic input/output system technology has been the standard for delivering instructions that tell PCs, servers, and other devices how to boot their operating systems and manage different hardware components. BIOS maker Phoenix Technologies Ltd. opened...
Twingo, Aventail Team On SSL VPNs
Desktop security provider Twingo Systems inked a deal Monday with Aventail to integrate its end-point security agents with Aventail's SSL VPNs.
Novell: Open-Source Software Champion
Novell buys SuSE Linux and Ximian, IBM invests $50 million in Novell, and SCO sues everyone who ever looked at Linux. What's it all about?
First, despite the denial of Novell
Next-Generation WLANs: Version 1.0
It's been 10 years since thousands of IT organizations, frustrated by the limitations of desktop computers and mainframes, concluded that the path to progress lay in client/server computing systems. There
Home for Their Holidays
Sure, it's almost Thanksgiving, but what does that really mean for IT professionals? It means making sure that remote access to the network is rock-solid, so that senior execs can
Elevator Company Takes Fibre Channel To The Top
When you're shipping a custom glass elevator to a client, the proper packaging and handling is everything.
And that helps to explain why customer service representatives at Minnesota Elevator Inc.
EXECUTIVE PROFILE: Southern Co.'s Roger Park
Roger Park, 56-year-old Park , manages the servers and desktop systems group that supports server hardware and operating systems for the utility's 750 Windows and 250 Unix platforms.
Choosing The Right Server
How to choose the right server for your needs: We'll take you through some of the key factors to consider before you buy.
Select A Server
Sizing Up Servers: Here are some factors to consider when purchasing new servers.
IBM Gets Behind Linux Desktop
IBM Global Services and Novell SUSE intend to promote new products and programs to push Linux on the PC desktop from obscurity to reality.
Sea Change: On Location With the Navy
Back home, four active and retired U.S. Navy personnel are engaged in an administrative battle to change the way sailors learn to handle these new threats, with training and collaborative
Intel Combats Leakage
At a technical conference in Tokyo in early November, Intel said it has identified a new insulator that could be used in PCs, servers, and handheld computers
Is the 'Bust' Over For AMD?
Boom and bust cycles have long been a way of life for Advanced Micro Devices Inc. Mired in a bust cycle for several quarters, the semiconductor company is threatening to
Here Comes The Opteron Sun
Sun Microsystems is close to unveiling a major effort to market a family of powerful 64-bit machines based on Advanced Micro Devices' Opteron processor.
IBM-HP Rivalry Heats Up
As Hewlett-Packard tries to challenge IBM's lead in corporate computing, IBM is taking no chances.
Microsoft Ships SMS 2003
Microsoft on Tuesday shipped the newest version of its enterprise-management software, Systems Management Server (SMS) 2003.
Dell Teams With Microsoft On Server Management
Dell unveiled three server-management tools that mesh with Microsoft's own management software, including the just-released Systems Management Server 2003, the Round Rock, Texas-based PC maker announced in mid-November.
IBM Updates DB2 Everyplace
The latest version of IBM's DB2 Everyplace database offers better synchronization to all sorts of devices and new interfaces for Microsoft's .Net Framework and .Net Compact framework, IBM said.