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  • SEC woes aside, Dell making strides

    Dell's second-quarter earnings aside, CIOs would do well to keep an eye on two things when it comes to the world's No. 2 computer maker: storage and professional services. 

  • Green Grid offers roadmap for tackling energy issue

    Under some criticism that it isn't doing enough to get to the bottom of the data center efficiency problem, The Green Grid consortium laid out its three-pronged approach to tackling the issue. 

  • EPA report gives data centers little guidance

    Initial reaction to a new EPA report calling for greater energy efficiency in the nation's data centers ranges from lukewarm to hostile. Some analysts say the Congress-mandated study doesn't go far enough, while others complain that it attacks the he... 

  • HP takes another shot at network management, buys Opsware

    The $1.6 billion purchase of Opsware legitimizes HP in its quest for the Holy Grail of network management. 

  • Data deduplication technology of growing interest to SMBs

    A growing number of space- and cash-strapped SMBs are looking at data deduplication technology as a way of lowering storage costs and increasing server performance. 

  • Gartner dumps on Green Grid

    Consultancy Gartner has "strong reservations" about the tangible results The Green Grid will produce and says the consortium is missing an opportunity to tackle broader environmental issues. But members cry foul. 

  • IBM targets small firms with sized-down, affordable blade servers

    Some vendors have offered blade servers to the midmarket, but with BladeCenter S, IBM has developed blade technology that small businesses can afford and support. 

  • Hurd: IT is an HP asset

    When it comes to technology, Mark Hurd, Hewlett-Packard's president and CEO, believes his company should set the ultimate example of how best to develop an IT infrastructure. 

  • Hewlett-Packard fires up new PC blades

    In the increasingly competitive field of PC blades, Hewlett-Packard jumped back into the mix yesterday with a major update of its Consolidated Client Infrastructure software and hardware. 

  • Green computing slow to take hold in U.S. businesses

    Just about every business wants to be environmentally friendly, but being green isn't cheap and it isn't necessarily easy -- or is it?