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Storage Soup: GlassHouse ready for IPO to Storage Soup: Cisco data center exec calls it quits
Storage Soup: VendorFights: Data Deduplication Edition to Storage Soup: Last stand for NetApp’s DataFort?
Storage Soup: Staples to rebrand Mozy online backup service, EMC drops Fortress name to Storage Soup: CommVault slides with economy
Storage Soup: Apple founder Wozniak joins solid-state drive company to Storage Soup: NetApp drops $1.5 billion for Data Domain
Storage Soup: NetApp looks to get one right to Storage Soup: Former Avamar chief Walsh to run Storewize
Storage Soup: Pillar insists it's not putting Intel SSDs 'in the ditch' to Storage Soup: CommVault plans to go further with deduplication, cloud features
Storage Soup: 02-03-2010 Storage Headlines to Storage Soup: HP beefs up convergence, solid state storage with partners
Storage Soup: Oracle gives Sun 7000 storage a Fibre Channel option to Storage Soup: Fusion-io flashes IPO filing
Storage Soup: NetApp bags LSI's Engenio storage group for $480 million to Storage Soup: Mastering DR is a critical skill for storage pros
Storage Soup: Cloud vision still unclear to Storage Soup: EMC intends to kick start the CAN with Thunder
Storage Soup: Nirvanix receives funding to seed cloud development to Storage Soup: Qumulo looks to repeat Isilon's culture, success
Storage Soup: Holidays are not party time for storage pros to Storage Soup: Brocade CEO calls Whiptail deal a mistake for Cisco
Storage Soup: Violin Memory completes IPO, shares drop to Storage Soup: NaviSite adds EMC Data Domain to its Vault platform
Storage Soup: CommVault sees Simpana upgrade, cloud as tonic for sales slump to Storage Soup: EMC takes control of VCE, Tucci willing to delay retirement
Storage Soup: CommVault slump continues to Storage Soup: Red Hat not likely to combine Ceph, Gluster into single product
Storage Soup: Storage islands leave data management plans adrift to System i Blogger: Bob Herbold talks to Search400
System i Blogger: Happy New Year to System i Blogger: IBM Growth in Emerging Markets Fuels Lotus Momentum - Ed Brill - IBM - Lotus
System i Blogger: Why is IBM still selling HATS and not pushing PHP? to System i Blogger: UCLA - FDR's policies prolonged Depression by 7 years, UCLA economists calculate
System i Blogger: AiX Most Secure UNIX & MacOSX is the least secure to Tech Quiz of the Day: Tech quiz of the day from WhatIs.com: What do you know about honey monkeys?
Tech Quiz of the Day: Tech quiz of the day from WhatIs.com: What do you know about Extreme Programming? to Tech Quiz of the Day: Tech Trivia Challenge - IPTV
Tech Quiz of the Day: Tech Trivia Challenge - IPv6 to TechStop: One-Stop Virtualization Shop
TechStop: Microsoft Supports Other HyperVisors to TechStop: Lync is Evolving
TechStop: HP Network Cert Fasttrack to Telecom Timeout: Sorry, Verizon: No 700 Mhz spectrum for you til June
Telecom Timeout: Alcatel-Lucent's earnings: Moving to half-full to Telecom Timeout: 'Deleted scenes' from today's Q&A with Ruckus Wireless' CEO
Telecom Timeout: Broadcaster joint venture to deliver mobile device content is no accident to Uncommon Wisdom: AT&T To Revamp BellSouth FTTC strategy?
Uncommon Wisdom: 2008 cable capital expense trends to Uncommon Wisdom: IBM expands cloud computing offerings
Uncommon Wisdom: WiMax needs "lifestyle" purpose to make it to Uncommon Wisdom: Internet free ride wins "unrealistic" prize
Uncommon Wisdom: Skype and the enterprise voice connection to Uncommon Wisdom: Comcast's TV Everywhere: Credibility with advertisers
Uncommon Wisdom: Motorola's Android phone: good but compelling enough? to Uncommon Wisdom: FCC leak on assigning spectrum for free wireless -- get serious
Uncommon Wisdom: FCC's free broadband speed test may tip disclosure requirement to Uncommon Wisdom: In exit memo, Ozzie points Microsoft toward cloud: Is he right?
Uncommon Wisdom: Message to FCC: Wireless policy won't cure U.S. economic issues to Uncommon Wisdom: While others make service layer and CDN plays, Ciena and RIM stagnate
Uncommon Wisdom: Taking a closer look at mobile broadband's two connected futures to This Week in Virtualization: This Week in Virtualization: Feb. 18, 2011
This Week in Virtualization: This Week in Virtualization: April 1, 2011 to TotalCIO: CIO weekly wrap-up
TotalCIO: Information technology ‘down but not out’ this time around? to TotalCIO: Healthcare IT standards still not clear
TotalCIO: CIO weekly wrap-up: PPM software, customer service tips, Six Sigma FAQ to TotalCIO: ITIL framework and IT outsourcing a formidable duo
TotalCIO: CIO weekly wrap-up: What is Foursquare's draw? Also Balanced Scorecard to TotalCIO: Can the use of social media skew sales forecasts?
TotalCIO: WikiLeaks shines a light on corporate security policies to TotalCIO: To be executive material, CIOs need passion, must be in fighting trim
TotalCIO: Trend without end, 'IT as a services broker' will go beyond 2012 to TotalCIO: CES no longer a hot ticket?
TotalCIO: TMI? What to do with all this digital information to TotalCIO: Cheers! It's mobile time
TotalCIO: How CIO Cynthia Nustad vets the cloud to TotalCIO: Cloud council: Pick PaaS to swiftly develop, deploy apps
TotalCIO: CIOs' leadership skills help teams see greater vision to Uncharted Waters: This could be your life - With Rosie Sherry - Part III
Uncharted Waters: This could be your life - with Rosie Sherry - IV to Uncharted Waters: #NoEstimates Go Portfolio!
Uncharted Waters: Getting closer to yesterdays weather to Uncharted Waters: Interview With Jordan Sams From Zappos
Uncharted Waters: Ruby the actually hard way to Unified Communications Nation: Mutual dislike of Microsoft won't salvage Google and Apple's broken BFF bromance
Unified Communications Nation: Wainhouse Research Collaboration Futures Summit '09 highlights to Unified Communications Nation: YouTube influences video content management in the enterprise
Unified Communications Nation: Microsoft Outlook and the inside collaboration app conundrum to The VBScript Network and Systems Administrator's Cafe: Fun with the registry: Saving shares and share permissions from a server (and moving them to a new server)
The VBScript Network and Systems Administrator's Cafe: A useful site that contains a Microsoft SQL version information database to VIIP, beam it into your step: Take steps, Microsoft and others
VIIP, beam it into your step: Evolve transparency and collaboration to VIIP, beam it into your step: For everyone, on everything
VIIP, beam it into your step: Proactively shared with the ITKE family to VIIP, beam it into your step: Thoughts on a variety of topics within the IT space by Michael Wood
VIIP, beam it into your step: A new way of communicating, the next trend in online communications to VIIP, beam it into your step: What drives you towards staying with your employer?
VIIP, beam it into your step: GanttHead: The CIOs First 30 Days, Part I to Virtualization Pro: Printing a VI server's inventory
Virtualization Pro: Monitor the Virtual Infrastructure Database for authentication attempts to Virtualization Pro: VMworld first-timer: My take on the show
Virtualization Pro: Are offline desktops really that necessary? to Virtualization Pro: Creating an SSH user account on VMware ESX hosts
Virtualization Pro: VMware needs stronger marketing to Voices of CRM: Seth Godin on marketing metrics and social media
Voices of CRM: Microsoft users give CRM tips to Voices of CRM: Get executive buy-in for social marketing with evidence, not promises
Voices of CRM: Many sales teams make bad hires, need corporate insight to fix process to Window on WANs: 2011 Rocky Mountain IPv6 Task Force Summit recap
Window on WANs: Advice for creating a successful internal IPv6 network to Our Latest Discovery: Lifecasting: Streaming video netcasts of an individual’s life
Our Latest Discovery: Damn Small Linux: How low can a distro go? to Our Latest Discovery: The death knell for domain tasting?
Our Latest Discovery: Video: John Lisbin on Domain Parking at SES NY 2008 to Our Latest Discovery: Closed-circuit TV "a high-tech Panopticon"
Our Latest Discovery: The simple case for cloud computing to Tech Strategy Trends: Panda Protects Windows from the Cloud
Tech Strategy Trends: Microsoft Denies Secret NSA Backdoor in Windows 7 to Tech Strategy Trends: For Sale: Bing Search Engine, Good Condition
Tech Strategy Trends: Microsoft Expands Software Donations for Non-Profits to Karl's Windows Admin Tips & Tricks: Using a "Safe" Dns server to protect your users.
Karl's Windows Admin Tips & Tricks: You Log in and then are immediately logged back out of your Windows 2003 Server. to Karl's Windows Admin Tips & Tricks: Can I upgrade my Power Edge 2950 to quad core Xenon 5400 processors?
Karl's Windows Admin Tips & Tricks: Windows 2008 - Role Error with exception code: 0x800B0100 to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Dual-boot Vista (or XP) and Windows 7--the Easy Way!!
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Windows 7 Comes Off Pretty Darn Well to Windows Enterprise Desktop: OEM Install Issues Are Real and Serious
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Windows 8 Foreshadowing Now Underway to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Windows 7 Birthday Presents...For You!
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Why my ISP sometimes drives me crazy to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Auto-Update for KB2310138 Spreads Consternation for MSE Users
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Kaseya Offers Interesting Imaging and Deployment Module to Windows Enterprise Desktop: There's more to UEFI than meets the eye!
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Maximizing an SSD Conversion Experience to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Windows 8 UEFI Install
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Interesting Out-of-band Windows Update MS12-078 to Windows Enterprise Desktop: How Microsoft is like a woodpecker
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Windows 8.1 Brings Added Security to the Table to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Resuscitating the Soul of an Old Machine on a Newer One
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Windows 8.1 Bada Bing!? to Windows Enterprise Desktop: Windows 10 Strengthens Inbuilt Security
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Why eMMC Makes New-Crop Low-Budget Devices Cheap to Windows Enterprise Desktop: QuickTime Poses Interesting Win10 Update Issue
Windows Enterprise Desktop: Driver Difficulties Return in Win10 Build 20140 to The Windows Server Notebook: Change management solution simplifies AD operations
The Windows Server Notebook: Will SharePoint Server 2010 be worth the upgrade? to The Windows Server Notebook: ReFS debuts with Windows Server 8
The Windows Server Notebook: Windows Server and System Center: Mobile device management HQ? to The Windows Server Notebook: June in review: the top Windows Server news and tips
The Windows Server Notebook: Microsoft drops TechNet subscriptions to WPF Reflections: ListView - why does ItemTemplate not do anything
WPF Reflections: WPF and WCF to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Quiz: Writing for business 0822
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Quiz: Writing for business 0825 to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Prepositions -- off or off of?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Which is correct -- flack or flak? to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Anymore or any more?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Continuous or continual? to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Is majority plural or singular?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Free rein or free reign? to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Forego or forgo?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Demographics - plural or singular? to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Which is larger: a 180 degree change or a 360 degree change?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Overnegation: Double negatives make a positive to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Vocabulary: Does hapless mean unhappy, unlucky or ineffectual?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Check yourself before you wreck yourself: Using reflexive pronouns correctly to Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Alice, Bob and Eve make computer scientist listen to a boring story