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LeftHand makes move on enterprise space

The Boulder, Colo.-based distributor of IP-based SAN products recently unveiled two big moves into the enterprise space.

EMC presses ahead with compression

Data compression technologies and backup and recovery improvements highlighted EMC Corp.

Can you keep your copper?

There’s one rule in networking: demand for bandwidth never declines. Yet with enterprise customers hungrier for faster bandwidth, network managers have to consider a...

Local factor touted as key to storage services

For a network manager, finding a good data storage solution for your company can be a tough task. In addition to cost, meeting company needs in data archiving, network compliance, security and disaster recovery are vitally important.

Edmonton school network gets a management boost

The Edmonton Public Schools District recently found itself having to reduce servicing costs, improve quality of endpoint management services at 228 schools, reduce the need for in-person service calls and serve the IT requirements of a student population of 80,000.

Q9 pushes west

Q9 Networks Inc. is growing quickly with its three-fold, $60-million expansion plan. The Toronto-based IT service provider of such offerings as dedicated servers, firewalls and load-balancing services recently opened a new data centre in Calgary.

Open source telephony group aims to spur product growth

In the ultra-competitive world of IP telephony, finding a place as an open source concept is not without challenges. Yet one supporter of open source telephony believes a quote by Mohandas Gandhi is an analogy for what he and his supporters deal with

Microsoft puts a new face on MOM

Operations Manager 2007 improves on network automation, but questions raised about timing of product

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