• April 15, 2008 15 Apr'08

    Add greenery to save money

    If there is one word that grabs the attention of a customer that word has to be "green". With an Antarctic ice shelf sliding into the sea and the weather all over the place it is hard to find anyone who is not aware of the need to protect the ...  Continue Reading

  • April 15, 2008 15 Apr'08

    SSD frenzy grips vendors

    Maybe the Storage Networking World (SNW) event in Orlando has been the spark but the storage hardware inventiveness index has suddenly rocketed. A drive array was a drive array was a drive array was the rule.  Continue Reading

  • April 15, 2008 15 Apr'08

    Protect kids from the web

    One of the most worrying areas of the internet is its scope for making children vulnerable to criminals and other predatory elements. The growth of chat rooms and social networking sites has taken most parents completely unawares.  Continue Reading

  • April 15, 2008 15 Apr'08

    Changing fortunes in security

    With rarely a day passing without the British media reporting a data leak at a prominent organisation or government department, it wouldn't be unreasonable to expect sales of data loss prevention technology to have gone through the roof.  Continue Reading

  • April 14, 2008 14 Apr'08

    Bright future for virtualisation

    With the credit crunch looming, resellers are understandably keen to get any advice on product areas that can withstand budget cuts.  Continue Reading

  • April 14, 2008 14 Apr'08

    An eventful first quarter

    The first quarter of the year ended with an old-fashioned feel, with several high-profile product launches that recall the good old days of the 1990s.  Continue Reading

  • April 14, 2008 14 Apr'08

    Brocade aims high

    In the wake of last month's imprisonment of its former human resources chief Stephanie Jensen — for backdating and falsifying corporate records between 2000 and 2004 — storage vendor Brocade has come out fighting and reaffirmed ambitious growth ...  Continue Reading

  • April 14, 2008 14 Apr'08

    Targeting the gaming community

    Those who view the gaming market as a niche that is hard to sell into might need to have a rethink because things are changing. The use of the word ‘niche' might need some clarification.  Continue Reading

  • April 14, 2008 14 Apr'08

    Second chance for CRM

    Once bitten, twice shy could well be the CRM epitaph. The technology has too often failed to live up to expectation as organisations have embarked upon multiple tactical deployments that have patently not fulfilled the CRM promise.  Continue Reading

  • April 14, 2008 14 Apr'08

    Visibility is vital

    When the first ISPs started offering services to customers, the main features were web browsing, file transfer, email and news group access. Most of the internet content came from the US and the main access platform was dial-up through modems.  Continue Reading

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