IBM Propels HPC Clusters
IBM announced new initiatives designed to make it easier for clients to use 'clusters' of servers for high-performance computing tasks
Panasas Adds Facility, Expands
Panasas achieved record growth during the past 12 months, will open its third R&D facility, and will also expand its presence in Asia
ONStor Adds Nine Channels
ONStor added nine new channel partners to help meet the growing demand for Bobcat NAS Gateways and Pantera Clustered NAS systems in Europe
The NWC Interview: EMC's Mark Lewis
Mark Lewis, chief development officer at information-storage giant EMC, talks about his company's growth through acquisitions--a total of 23 companies in the past three years. Listen Now | Read the Interview...
Two Tiny TV Tuners Bring Video To Your PC
With support for both analog and new digital TV standards, these USB units from Hauppauge and Pinnacle make it easy to record and play back video at surprising levels of
Secretive startup Grid-X has its eye on 100-Gbit/s Ethernet
IT Skeptical About Google Hosted Apps
Google this week launched its most direct attack yet on Microsoft's Office franchise, launching a new version of Google's hosted e-mail and office-like services with a handful of bells and whistles targeted at enterprise deployment--all for $50 per user....
Crowded Data Pool
Everything about continuous data protection has gotten so ordinary -- except its price
A Look at Microsoft Office Alternatives
Can your organization cut costs and maintain productivity with a Microsoft Office alternative? We offer a road map to making the switch to a free alternative.
Analysis: Information Lifecycle Management
We examine the business value of adopting ILM tools and practices to manage your data, and why vendors continue to take a scattershot approach to data retention. Can IT pull
Capacity Planning Goes Electric
It's still some time away, but electrical power may become the limiting factor in equipment purchases in the next couple of years.
Data Center Design: Outsourcers' Notebook
Building a new data center is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. We share lessons learned when we participated in a 15-month project to design and build a 10,000-square foot data center. Here
Lemonade Mobile E-Mail Profile
Lemonade provides a standards-based approach to mobilizing IMAP and SMTP e-mail clients. But with limited e-mail server and client support, it may be some time before Lemonade can make a
Extrusion Protection to Plug Leaky Desktops
Once defined by gateway appliances that monitored for sensitive information slipping out of the enterprise, a new crop of extrusion-protection products puts agents directly on the desktop to plug potential
The NWC Interview: EMC's Mark Lewis
Mark Lewis, chief development officer at information-storage giant EMC, talks about his company's growth through acquisitions--a total of 23 companies in the past three years.
How To Protect Your Precious PC Data
With computer and data theft on the rise, protecting your laptop or flash drive is more critical than ever. Fortunately, there are steps you can take, along with an array
Disney Feature Animation adopts clusters, tiered storage for heavy-duty processing
Where Are Operating Systems Headed?
Are operating systems becoming irrelevant? Some say the monolithic desktop operating system is dead. Others see the recent release of Vista and new twists in Apple's OS X
Avaya Fills Enterprise Hole
The recent acquisition of Ubiquity Software will provide Avaya with a richer, SIP-based development environment that can be adapted to the enterprise.
IM Security Appliances
More employees are communicating with coworkers, vendors, clients and customers over public IM,
leaving your enterprise vulnerable to IM-borne malware. But open doesn't have to mean insecure. We tested