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  • Crash Course: Mainframe storage

    In case you haven't heard, mainframe storage is alive and doing very well. Check out this Crash Course and find out if Linux on the mainframe is for you, how to get mainframe storage on the cheap and who the key products and vendors are in the mainfr... 

  • Take back the power from resellers

    When I talk to users, the subject of how they bought their storage gear always comes up. I've found that many IT departments -- particularly at small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) – often pay too much for storage because they don't have th... 

  • How to plan for I/O-intensive environments

    I/O-intensive environments with large, sustained workloads of various I/O sizes have their own special management challenges. 

  • Accounting firm overhauls data center -- on budget

    A need to consolidate and update technology propelled a 400-seat enterprise to overhaul its IT infrastructure and standardize on Windows -- on a budget that was meant for maintenance. 

  • IT industry ends the year with a bang

    News from the information technology industry was downright dull for most of 2004 -- until a couple of blockbuster deals jazzed things up as the year drew to a close. 

  • Microsoft expected to spell it out for us in '05

    In addition to new server and database software releases in 2005, Microsoft will be more concrete about some of the technology strategies it floated in 2004, according to analysts. 

  • CIO priorities for 2005 run the gamut

    The days of cost cutting may be over for CIOs, so the question now is: How will they handle growth? Ten CIOs weigh in with answers as diverse as their companies. 

  • Ten giggles from Geekville -- The top 10 missing links of 2004

    IT isn't exactly the stuff of comedians, but these 10 stories straight outta Geekville deliver some "wild, weird wacky stuff." In fact, four out of five dentists surveyed agree that at least one of these stories would make Martha Stewart smile. 

  • Geeks weigh in on the best movies of 2004

    The past year was a good one for the types of movies that technophiles love, and geeks everywhere say 2005 and beyond promise to be even better. 

  • SD '04: That's a wrap

    With another successful Storage Decisions conference behind us, here's a summary of the technologies and trends that had attendees buzzing.