Content tagged with Hardware & Infrastructure
posted in January 2004
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Time To Break Old Habits
Features  |  1/30/2004  | 
HIP CEO Watson believes technology can make health care more efficient
Redefining What You Are
Features  |  1/30/2004  | 
Management is key to transformation at FedEx, CEO Smith says
Quality Control
Features  |  1/30/2004  | 
While other companies decentralize, Tiffany CIO Davidson keeps a tight rein on IT
The Hands-On Approach
Features  |  1/30/2004  | 
Vanguard CEO Brennan always sweats the details
EMC's Metamorphosis
Features  |  1/30/2004  | 
CEO Tucci used the recession to refocus his company
Technology To The Rescue
Features  |  1/30/2004  | 
IT will help solve the biggest problems at home and abroad, Fiorina says
Getting Health Care Right
Features  |  1/30/2004  | 
Improving care and cutting costs will bring IT into every area of health care
Shrinking Backup And Recovery Costs
News  |  1/30/2004  | 
Recovering data during times of need is critical to all, and few can afford to make inefficient use of business-technology resources.
Prescription For Change
Features  |  1/30/2004  | 
Owens & Minor's Smith is helping medicine catch up with technology
Gateway To Acquire eMachines
News  |  1/30/2004  | 
The $234 million deal will help Gateway return to profitability, says founder Ted Waitt.
Change Agent
Features  |  1/29/2004  | 
Intel CEO Barrett recognizes his company's influence in an evolving world
Skeptical Visionary
Features  |  1/29/2004  | 
Companies should hone their ability to react, not predict, McNealy says
Dell Takes A Broad View
Features  |  1/29/2004  | 
He'll lead the charge on expanding Dell beyond its heritage as a PC vendor
United States Readies Enterprise Asset-Management System In Iraq
News  |  1/29/2004  | 
The system will integrate data and coordinate logistics for more than 5,000 major rebuilding projects.
DataDomain Aims To Shrink Backup And Recovery Costs
News  |  1/29/2004  | 
Its DD200 Restorer offers the high-speed performance of disk-based storage, validated information for recovery, and less information to manage.
Backup And Restore Still Haunts IT Managers
News  |  1/28/2004  | 
An Aberdeen Group study says the traditional challenges continue to plague IT managers, but often in new ways.
Most Late-1990s VC Recipients Are Still Alive
News  |  1/28/2004  | 
A venture-capital newsletter says 58% of tech companies that first received venture capital in 1999 and 2000 are still alive, though most have yet to become profitable.
Computer Shipments Fall Again
News  |  1/28/2004  | 
The Commerce Department says shipments of computers and related products dropped 1.3% in December after falling 2.4% in November.
Oracle Adds RFID Support To Its Software
News  |  1/28/2004  | 
Vendor integrates radio-frequency identification technology and electronic-product -code capabilities into Oracle Warehouse Management to improve visibility into the supply chain.
Customers Eye Virginia Tech's Supercomputer Upgrade
News  |  1/27/2004  | 
The school's decision to replace its Big Mac supercomputer processors with Apple Xserve G5 servers will make the installation more attractive to potential customers.
Forecast: Surging Economy Will Fuel IT Spending By States
News  |  1/27/2004  | 
Market-intelligence firm Input projects states' spending on IT will grow 8% annually through fiscal 2009, to $64 billion.
Weather.com Response Time Falls With Flakes
News  |  1/27/2004  | 
A lapsed server lease gives The Weather Channel the opportunity to cut response times.
Thompson: Health Care Needs More IT
News  |  1/27/2004  | 
The Secretary of Health and Human Services told the World Healthcare Congress that technology can help reduce errors, resulting in fewer deaths and lower costs.
Execs: IT Is Key To Better, Cheaper Health Care
News  |  1/27/2004  | 
A survey of key executives at the World Health Care Congress says 79% feel IT is effective in holding down costs and improving patient safety and care.
No Shades Of Gray When It Comes To Parts And Finished Products
News  |  1/27/2004  | 
A consortium against buying parts and finished products from the gray market, formed by leading IT companies, expands its reach.
Microsoft Unveils RFID Project With Danish Company
News  |  1/26/2004  | 
It's teaming with snack maker KiMs to track products within the supply chain.
AMD Snaps Losing Streak
News  |  1/26/2004  | 
EMC Lands Government Deal
News  |  1/26/2004  | 
CA Upgrades Storage Tool
News  |  1/26/2004  | 
Report: Big Changes Coming For PCs
News  |  1/23/2004  | 
A report from market-research firm iSuppli says the changes, likely to start later this year, will result in more powerful PCs that take up less desktop space.
Notebooks Branch Out
News  |  1/23/2004  | 
Computers from Tadpole and eMachines offer alternatives to Windows on Intel
Getty Images Sharpens Its Focus With HP Gear
News  |  1/23/2004  | 
Picture archive upgrades its technology infrastructure with a flexible architecture
IBM Lab Helps Companies Think Big On The Web
Features  |  1/23/2004  | 
IBM's high-volume Web-site specialists made their name working with eBbay. Now they're helping companies such as Cigna, Schwab, and Wal-Mart think big on the Web.
Back In Touch: NASA Hears From Mars Rover
News  |  1/23/2004  | 
The space agency says it got a half-hour of signals from the Mars rover on Friday after losing contact for about 24 hours.
From Power On To Power Up
Features  |  1/23/2004  | 
Think the Web is old news? Actually, it's just getting interesting.
Voice Over IP Is More Than Talk
Features  |  1/22/2004  | 
Businesses in growing numbers are beginning to embrace voice and video over IP to cut costs and improve collaboration
The Cost Of Going Digital: Kodak Sets More Job Cuts
News  |  1/22/2004  | 
It's cutting 12,000 to 15,000 more positions over the next three years as it struggles to shift from film to digital photography.
Nortel In Talks To Sell Off Factories
News  |  1/22/2004  | 
The already-downsized company is negotiating to sell nearly all of its factories to Flextronics, a Singapore electronics firm, in a $500 million deal that could shed 2,500 jobs.
EMC's Solid 4Q Finishes Winning Year
News  |  1/22/2004  | 
It posted a $220 million quarterly profit as sales rose 25% from the year-ago quarter, and full-year net income of $496 million on sales of $6.2 billion.
BellSouth Rings Up Bigger Profits
News  |  1/22/2004  | 
Fourth-quarter net income rose 37% to $787 million thanks to gains in Latin America, new Internet customers, and a successful multiservice package.
TECH STOCKS: Semiconductor Issues Slow Market
News  |  1/21/2004  | 
Blue chips finished at levels they haven't seen in nearly two years, but chip stocks dragged down tech-heavy indexes.
The Explorer: A Bevy Of Boot Disks
Commentary  |  1/21/2004  | 
The Explorer: By the Bootstraps
Commentary  |  1/21/2004  | 
The Explorer: New BT2K Beta Posted!
Commentary  |  1/21/2004  | 
Bush Touts IT's Role In Health Care
News  |  1/21/2004  | 
In his State of the Union address, the president said computerizing health records can reduce mistakes and costs while improving care.
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