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WHITE PAPER: RIM
The CIO's Guide to Mobile Unified Communications
Unified Communications (UC) integrates multiple communications modalities and adds presence features to allow workers to communicate and collaborate more effectively with co-workers, customers and suppliers. Learn about the cost, productivity and reachability issues. Read Now.
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WHITE PAPER: Iron Mountain
Cloud Data Protection
Even the most skeptical are looking to leverage cloud-based data protection services. They can save both administrative time and capital budgets if they migrate. Read this paper to learn why lower disk costs and bandwidth-optimized data transfer are fueling disk-to-cloud (D2C) and disk-to-disk-to-cloud (D2D2C) strategies for server backup. Read Now
WHITE PAPER: F5 Networks
A Green Architectural Strategy That Puts IT in the Black
Green computing tends to focus on individual servers and devices, but even greater benefits can be realized with an architectural strategy that leverages green computing practices across the data center. Read More!
10G Ethernet vendor Myricom taps new CEO, expands beyond HPC
Layer 2 Data Center Interconnect options
Survey highlights need for access controls
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