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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. 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.
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.
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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