Stories From The Issue Of » December 18, 2006
How Virtualization Is Revolutionizing Business Data Centers
In an industry that's often disappointed by the Next Big Thing, virtualization is delivering, allowing businesses to reduce the need to pile more and bigger server hardware into strained data centers. Here's how companies are reaping the benefits of virtualization, and avoiding the pitfalls.
Everyone's Talking About Group Chat
Going beyond IM, group chat emerges as a real-time collaboration tool for business.
Standard May Hold Key to Encryption
After decades of operating in the shadows, encryption is now becoming cool for mainstream organizations. And it may soon become easier to manage, too.
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