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  • IT budget cuts? Not yet, say Oracle OpenWorld attendees

    IT professionals attending Oracle OpenWorld 2001 in San Francisco agree that the free-spending days are gone. On the other hand, they told searchWindowsManageability that the big IT budget cuts many expected just haven't materialized...not yet, anywa... 

  • Hitachi enters the Stratus-phere

    NEC does it. Toshiba does it. Now Hitachi does it. Hitachi is the latest company to license Stratus' fault-tolerant Win2k servers. 

  • Look before you leap into Web services, part 2

    Web services can help some companies increase productivity and cost-savings. But it's not for everyone. Find out why the hype surrounding Web services threatens to overshadow its benefits. 

  • Dreaming of streaming?

    If you're dreaming of streaming, it's time to wake up and smell the technology. SoftOnNet has some Windows-friendly streaming stuff on the market aimed at IT managers, application service providers and software publishers. 

  • Managing safe and secure remote connections

    Remote security management is a lot like its on-premises equivalent, except that it is more broadly distributed and must work with a variety of different connection types and speeds. Find out what the best options are. 

  • Case study: Free gobs of time automating patches

    A DBA found the answer to his prayers with PatchLink Corp.'s PatchLink Update, a security patch management product. Find out how his once dreadfully time-consuming process of completing patch installations has been drastically reduced in this searchW... 

  • Oracle's integral tool

    Oracle's new 9i JDeveloper will let you write Java applications with XML and SQL with full support for Web services. 

  • Remote management dos and don'ts

    When the network is down and everyone who can fix it is offsite, it's important to have remote network management solutions set up. Kesem Technology's president and founder offers a list of tips on having the best solution. 

  • Three new suites enhance SMS functions

    Altiris Inc. announced new product suites that promise to simplify network management. The new suites will appeal to companies that run Unix, have mobile workers and want an integrated help desk, all in conjunction with Systems Management Server. 

  • NAS eases lab's storage overload

    General Dynamics Advanced Technology Systems lab went from overfilled disk drives to an easily manageable NAS device. Senior engineer Jack Chao described to searchWindowsManageability how he went about finding the right kind of storage for his compan...