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This pilot fish’s boss is technologically, um, a little slow. “He used Microsoft Works to print out some information for...

May 26th, 2005 Computerworld U.S. staff

Hospital, insurer ramp up use of IBM storage wares

Hospital, insurer ramp up use of IBM storage wares

The IT folks at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto admit they were lucky when a gigantic blackout hit much of...

June 10th, 2004 Greg Enright

Very, very floppy disks

Very, very floppy disks

In 1979, soon after my partner, my wife, and I had opened one of the first computer retail stores in...

March 14th, 2004 No Author

Red Hat users to get better storage capability

Red Hat users to get better storage capability

Red Hat Inc. is adding some enterprise storage capabilities to its Linux. With Novell Inc. buying SuSE AG, enterprise Linux...

December 18th, 2003 Chris Mellor

HP looks to use 2.5-in. drives in servers, arrays

HP looks to use 2.5-in. drives in servers, arrays

Hewlett-Packard Co. plans to start shipping 2.5-inch disk drives with enterprise-class features in its ProLiant servers next year and later...

December 15th, 2003 Lucas Mearian

Cleanliness is next to techiness…

Cleanliness is next to techiness…

This pilot fish works for a Canadian company that operates a number of logging camps. A local payroll system runs...

November 28th, 2003 No Author

IBM moves to help customers meet regulations

IBM moves to help customers meet regulations

Continuing with its effort to help customers comply with looming U.S. privacy regulation deadlines, IBM Corp. recently introduced nine sets...

November 28th, 2003 Rebecca Reid

IBM offers help with regulations

IBM offers help with regulations

In a bid to help its customers comply with looming privacy and other regulation deadlines, IBM Corp. last month introduced...

November 14th, 2003 Rebecca Reid

Companies team up for FCIP data replication

Companies team up for FCIP data replication

Sprint Communications Co. LP and Hitachi Data Systems Ltd. along with their strategic partner Cisco Systems Inc. recently revealed they...

August 8th, 2003 Albert Leonardo