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posted in April 2010

Compellent Adds to Storage Line

4/27/2010
Data here; data there; data, data everywhere, many small and medium businesses find themselves in that predicament. In response, Compellent enhanced its Network Attached Storage (NAS) line, so it now supports file level and block level storage.

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HD Voice Coming to Cellular Connections

4/26/2010
HD offers higher quality presentations. While it has been adopted in areas, such as TV, it is not yet widely available with cellular connections. ABI Research thinks that scenario to change dramatically: the market research firm expects close to 500 million mobile subscribers to have HD connections in 2015.

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Help Arrives for Managing Cloud Applications

4/19/2010
With cloud computing, small and medium businesses can offload deployment and maintenance of company applications to third parties. However, one challenge is these corporations want to be sure that the applications are running efficiently. Consequently, LTech, a Bridgewater, N.J. solutions provider, has stepped in to try and fill that void.

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Palm Ready to Fade into the Sunset

4/12/2010
Competition has intensified in the smartphone space, with industry Behemoths Apple and Google gaining market share. Their emergence seems to sound the death knell for Palm, which has struggled to keep pace with recent market changes.

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Open Source Management Gains a Foothold in the Cloud

4/7/2010
Increasingly, small and medium businesses are moving to cloud computing in order to ease maintenance chores and stabilize their IT costs. However, one challenge has been finding ways to manage corporate data moving in and out of the cloud. GroundWork Open Source and Eucalyptus Systems, two companies who have taken open source approach to product development, have teamed up to try and address that issue.

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Court Rules for Comcast in Net Neutrality Debate

4/7/2010
How carriers operate their Internet networks became a hot topic a few years ago when Comcast started to try and reign in bandwidth hogs. The federal government had put the kibosh on the companys plans but the courts have now sided with the carrier in a contentious debate with no resolution in sight.

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