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You can now rent Amazon Web Services network to deliver your app

A new service from Amazon Web Services promises to help customers that are in need of a better, faster Internet.

RIM breakup rumours ‘a silly fantasy’

Sources deny Waterloo, Ont.-based Research in Motion is planning to splits its network management and handset businesses, as reported in the Sunday Times of London

Infoblox loads DNS services onto Cisco routers

A deal announced this week lets network managers but domain name system, dynamic host configuration protocol and other network services on branch office routers.

Response to Internet demand study stuns author

When a small Illinois IT research firm published a report on the future of the Internet last week, it didn

3Com to unveil Open Services Networking initiative

3Com says its Open Services Network strategy rivals Cisco's approach for running advanced services at the network layer but allows IT executives more flexibility in choosing such services.

Show them the moolah – using IT to make money

For years now, we CIOs have been hard at work consolidating data centers, systems and software licenses. We've saved our companies millions. But as the saying goes, "You can't save your way to greatness." Greatness in business requires making money.

IT ideals for a year in utopia

Heightened communication, standards, disaster recovery and virtualization are just a few of the areas IT managers are focused on as they chart their courses for the coming months. Purse strings are still tight, so products and services with big price tags are out. Instead, the themes in 2006 will be about increasing efficiency, tightening security and enhancing communication. This wish list for 2006 was compiled from discussions with more than a dozen IT managers:

Indian tech firm hires 100 new staff

Cable and Wireless PLC (C&W) will hire at least 100 extra staff in Bangalore to keep pace with demand for its network services from customers around the world, a company executive said Wednesday. The staff will be added during this year and will also allow C&W to roll out some new types of services, said Raj Metrani, director of the Indian operations of C&W, a communications service provider based in London. He would not say what new services C&W plans to offer.

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