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Technology Trips Up Drivers

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I'm a big fan of Hertz's NeverLost GPS-based navigational system, as I'm so often in strange cities trying to drive to places I've never been before.

W. Quinn Shows Whats In Store For Smaller Networks

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Spacemaxx storage resource Management software extends the reach of W. Quinn Associates Inc.'s storage management products beyond servers to desktops, NAS devices and storage area networks.

Digex Inc.: Cleared For Takeoff

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Under WorldCom's wing, Digex could reach new heights.

Bucking a Trend in IT Sales

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As other segments suffer, storage looks strong.

Mainstream Move for Linux

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Borland's Kylix gives developers component library, interactive programming for building GUI apps.

EMC Shares the Wealth

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Internal sales team has a new recipe: Partner with integrators for more dough.

Keeping Data in Its Place

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Few things are more dangerous than data that doesn't know its limitations.

Its a Bird! A Plane! No, Its TDRSS

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Do you need to move large-and we mean large-chunks of data from a mobile location periodically?

Hard Times

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Struggling PSINet shops assets

Data Centers Stay Lit

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Rolling blackouts in northern California last week failed to disable critical data centers, but the power disruption caused many networking companies to close down office operations.

SAN-tastic Solution

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When the Dish Network's storage architecture started to crack, this storage consultant was there to pick up the pieces.

There Can Be Huge Payoffs in Data Integration

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Like the brazen wolf that leads the pack into unexplored territories, systems integrators can lead clients into once-overlooked areas like data integration, enabling businesses to collaborate online by providing access to important data in back-office sys

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