Motherboards


  • EMC's New Equation
    Tucci has made more than 41 acquisitions, including some blockbusters that put EMC into the catbird's seat in dominant strategic growth markets like virtualization (Vmware) and security (RSA).
  • The New P2P Wave
    Solution providers at the Cisco Partner Summit were mixed on whether working with other partners is the way to grow.
  • ShadowRAM: April 14, 2008
    While Raya Hosseini can get the attention of solution providers at Overland Storage, it is her brother, Khaled, who gets everyone else's attention. Khaled Hosseini is the author of the novels "A Thousand Splendid Suns" and "The Kite Runner," his first English-language novel on which an Academy Award-nominated film was based.
  • Review: Intel's Harpertown LV Processor
    Intel's latest Xeon processors claim a measurable performance boost over earlier versions of the server CPU, but without consuming any more power. The Test Center checks it out.
  • Not Yet On Vista SP 1
    Now that Microsoft Vista Service Pack 1 is vying with "American Idol" as the dominant topic of discussion on the Internet, it's time to break that discussion down into the two Vista SP1 streams that matter—the consumer market and the business market.
  • Dell's Cultural Crisis
    When Dell came out with its channel program last year, Connecting Point of Las Vegas took the company at its word and forged a partnership with the longtime channel antagonist.
  • Not Safe For Work
    With Microsoft Corp.'s aggressive strategy to build out its Software-as-a-Service capability to online storage—even as physical, hardware-based storage remains ubiquitous and competitive—some businesses may find it tempting to allow employees and workgroups to jump into Microsoft's SkyDrive for some limited purpose.
  • The New Network
    Cisco CEO John Chambers on how Web 2.0 and software-as-a-service will propel the network to the forefront of the IT industry.
  • Is Vista SP1 Ready For Business?
    We can debate the fixes and the features, but the real question is when -- or whether -- businesses will warm to Micosoft's Vista operating system.

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