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IBM announces new system management software

IBM announces new system management software

IBM Corp. last month announced new system management software designed to reduce server downtime by automatically predicting failures in IBM's...

February 8th, 2001 Margret Johnston
Nortel chairman proclaims dawn of the

Nortel chairman proclaims dawn of the

Clarence Chandran, chief operating officer of Nortel Networks Corp., proclaimed Wednesday the dawn of the "photonic" decade, saying the connectivity...

February 1st, 2001 Margret Johnston
How to build a better website

How to build a better website

We're in the midst of an electronic revolution. Businesses are scrambling to deliver more content to greater audiences and at...

January 31st, 2001 Corinne Radake
Computer-to-computer e-commerce is on its way

Computer-to-computer e-commerce is on its way

Sure, the browser has been the very embodiment of the Web - a standardized way to let people view information...

January 31st, 2001 John Cox
Satellite providers look to past to find future

Satellite providers look to past to find future

A little over a month ago, Iridium, the world's first satellite phone service, liquidated its US$5 billion, 66-satellite system for...

January 25th, 2001 Tim Foran
Rolling power outages hit Silicon Valley

Rolling power outages hit Silicon Valley

Network administrators can try to compensate for about a million things going wrong during a Web-cast presentation, but when Pacific...

January 19th, 2001 George A. Chidi Jr
Cisco shows big picture

Cisco shows big picture

Cisco Systems Inc., a company that often clouds business and technology initiatives in a veil of linguistic smoke, broke with...

January 4th, 2001 James Cope
ASP Use Of Thin-Client Model May Cause Stormy Weather

ASP Use Of Thin-Client Model May Cause Stormy Weather

Given the booming application service provider marketplace, it's clear network professionals are finding compelling reasons to outsource their IT headaches....

November 30th, 2000 Kevin Tolly
Federal plan raises eyebrows

Federal plan raises eyebrows

Industry Canada last month announced plans to create a task force that will devise options for bringing high speed Internet...

November 16th, 2000 Tim Foran
Corporate secrets up for grabs at new exchanges

Corporate secrets up for grabs at new exchanges

Like most corporate giants, Procter & Gamble Co. (P&G) and General Electric Co. used to guard their patents, trademarks and...

November 13th, 2000 Julia King