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Overhead lines pose risk in rough weather, but they're better than you think
Here's how a range of organisations have managed to shrink IT and stay in one piece
There remain plenty of risks attached to virtualisation
VMs can help build disaster recovery and high availability solutions
The open-source OS is looking more like a viable alternative to Windows
Our salespeople had no data, no calendars, no contacts, no e-mail, no access to documents
Users of high-performance computers are planning for quad-core processors
Users forced to decide whether to make a last hardware upgrade or move to a new platform.
Smaller businesses look to open source for advanced technologies.
Hurricane Katrina disaster offers opportunities.
IT managers are centralising PC provisioning -- and it works
Making more of SWsoft's open source virtualisation system
You hired experts to ship your equipment to a new location. Any other brilliant ideas?
New virtual infrastructure saves money and the environment
Here's how a range of organisations have managed to shrink IT and stay in one piece.
IT can help cut costs -- if CIOs first learn how, says General Motors' HPC chief
OpenVZ lacks only the management tools available in its commercial subling Virtuozzo.
IT managers are turning more attention to the cost of power
With Windows Vista nearly upon us, it's time to devise a deployment plan
A human resources firm reaps rewards from its virtualised Linux application infrastructure.
Some users sceptical of open source options, say conference attendees
Despite market pressure, adoption hurdles remain
Open source is maturing to the point where it is handling mission-critical workloads
Interest in energy alternatives for data centres is growing
Be prepared to say goodbye to many of your tried-and-true techniques as you step into virtual-server management.