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In This Digital Issue:
- State Of Storage: Our latest storage survey shows the pain caused by double-digit data growth rates. Kurt Marko's analysis includes a six-step plan to keep your storage network up to speed.
- Virtual Machine Backups: Best practices to protect your virtual machine disk files from system failure.
- Bob Evans On SAP: Five reasons the world's biggest software company is ready for a breakthrough year.
- Fritz Nelson On Google's Honeycomb: Is anyone else tired of hearing about gee-whiz tablet technology that's not available?
- Healthways CIO: "Confidence is the only metric of consequence" when it comes to measuring IT effectiveness.
- Java Under Oracle: IBM and Apple are standing behind Java, but unity has a price.
- Microsoft-SAP Duet, Act II: The first try at integrating SAP with Microsoft front-end interfaces flopped, but this one looks more promising.
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