Langa Letter: Your Next PC: Legacy Free?
IBM's PC AT has cast a shadow over PC system architecture for more than two decades. Thanks to advances such as Intel's EFI, PC vendors are on the verge of breaking the legacy bottlenecks. Kiss your BIOS goodbye.
The Picture Of Health
St. Louis hospital upgrades storage systems to give doctors fast access to medical images
Q&A With Dan Reed
InformationWeek speaks with the director of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications about grid computing, proliferating scientific data, and the center's future.
Empowered To Protect
New technology, longer power reserves, and lower costs make for better UPS systems
McNealy And Ellison Sail The High Seas
Sun Microsystems chairman Scott McNealy teamed up with Oracle chairman Larry Ellison for a bit of comic relief on stage at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Gates Lays Out Reasons To Buy IT Again
He talked about everything from a more-affordable Microsoft's Windows CE to an ambitious plan for data-center automation that could take five years to realize.
Xerox Technology Colors Users' Worlds
Switch-A-View printing technology lets users print one image on top of another, then view them one at a time by exposing the document to specific colors of light.
CIOs Sure Think IT Matters
CIOs and chief technology officers beg to differ with a recent Harvard Business Review article titled 'IT Doesn't Matter.'
EMC has slashed prices, formed alliances, and embraced standards. What a change.
ISS Wants To Do It All
The vendor maps plans to develop security appliances that will make it a one-stop shop for IT security.