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Published: 29 Oct 2012

Out with the old, in with the new Can you wait for this year to end? Not me-2002 almost had me waxing nostalgic for 1974. After all, that year had an energy crisis leading to a recession. We matched that, plus terrorist threats, war and reality TV. But hey, some good things happened, too. Personally I'm fond of this little magazine, which was born only nine months ago. And, a wondrous and bizarre thing happened in the storage industry this year: Standards moved within telescope distance of becoming normal, and I don't mean the Hubble either. Adding to the goodness, I offer these holiday presents and New Year's resolutions. I'm sending Building Storage Networks by Marc Farley to Bob Muglia, Microsoft storage czar. Could be just the help they need up there. Joe Tucci and the gang at EMC need something to cheer them up after an awful financial year. How about some sheep's clothing to wear while touting AutoIS as open software? Sam Palmisano, IBM's new CEO, gets a Member's Only jacket and a Duran Duran boxed set for merging the storage and server groups. ... Access >>>

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