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As one year ends, a new one begins. And by the time you've finished singing "Auld Lang Syne," another dozen...

December 20th, 2001 Christopher Lindquist
Sun readies dedicated storage management appliance

Sun readies dedicated storage management appliance

Following through on its belief that storage management software should reside in a dedicated storage appliance, Sun Microsystems Inc. will...

December 20th, 2001 Dan Neel
Tech CEOs struggle to keep the brand alive

Tech CEOs struggle to keep the brand alive

"Carly Fiorina has taken a brand that was growing steadily and cast it into chaos - for no good reason,...

December 18th, 2001 Mark Jones
Startups tackle storage management

Startups tackle storage management

Network professionals could find managing their storage devices and applications easier with software from TeraCloud Corp. and InterSAN Inc., two...

December 16th, 2001 Deni Connor
Sun readies dedicated storage management appliance

Sun readies dedicated storage management appliance

Following through on its belief that storage management software should reside in a dedicated storage appliance, Sun Microsystems Inc. will...

December 13th, 2001 Dan Neel
First Nations unveil plans for broadband network

First Nations unveil plans for broadband network

Calling it vital to Canada's First Nations economic and social progress, Assembly of First Nations (AFN) national chief Matthew Coon...

December 13th, 2001 Ryan B. Patrick
Andreessen still a Web booster

Andreessen still a Web booster

Everyone knows the Web boom has gone bust. Everyone except Marc Andreessen, creator of Mosaic, the first graphical Web browser....

December 7th, 2001 Dennis O Reilly
Executive says IT should be a utility

Executive says IT should be a utility

Internet visionary Marc Andreessen, chairman and founder of two-year-old Web infrastructure startup Loudcloud Inc., told attendees at Oracle Corp.'s OpenWorld...

December 3rd, 2001 Matt Berger
Collapse raises new doubts about B2B

Collapse raises new doubts about B2B

Commodities trading giant Enron Corp., one of the 20 largest companies on the planet, last week came perilously close to...

December 2nd, 2001 Michael Meehan and Julia King
James Kobielus: Smooth roaming depends on directories

James Kobielus: Smooth roaming depends on directories

Above the CloudWireless LANs are becoming an important piece of the mobile computing infrastructure. But for enterprise users, they have...

November 29th, 2001 No Author