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IBM Corp. is now shipping a server with 16 of Intel Corp.'s Xeon processors that fits into an 8U (14-inch) rack space, it announced Wednesday.
You have to give Microsoft Corp. credit some of the time. Sure, the majority of us feel frustrated by the bugs in many of its products. But at least the company is serious about fixing problems--especially if users cry loudly enough.
A serious security flaw in Microsoft Corp.'s virtual machine (VM) found on most Windows PCs could allow an attacker to take over a user's system, Microsoft warned last week. A fixed version of the software is available.
The purpose of this white paper is to illustrate the benefits of storage consolidation, discuss the different approaches to accomplishing it, and highlight some considerations when using modular storage as the consolidation target.
Enterprise resource planning (ERP) and IT services provider Siemens Business Services Canada Inc. and NexInnovations Inc. today announced they have entered into a strategic alliance.
Research and educational institutions across Ontario are a step closer to one of the world's largest research optical networks, as Bell Canada and the Optical Regional Advanced Network of Ontario (ORANO) on Tuesday announced a contract to provide equipment and optical fibre for the Ontario Research and Innovation Optical Network (ORION).
A new network worm that spreads through shared folders on machines running Microsoft Corp.'s Windows NT, 2000 and XP operating system has been detected, according to advisories posted by a number of antivirus software makers Tuesday.
A security vulnerability in the widely used Macromedia Inc. Flash player can allow an attacker to gain control over a user's PC, eEye Digital Security Inc. warned Monday.
Nokia Corp. and IBM Corp. have agreed to collaborate in providing secure mobile phone applications to enterprises in a move that could help the Finnish manufacturer penetrate the corporate market.
Additional flaws have been revealed in Secure Shell (SSH) protocol implementations in SSH clients and servers from a variety of vendors, according to the CERT Coordination Center at Carnegie Mellon University.