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How To Run An Efficient Data Centre

The technology to make data centres more efficient is well-proven – but it’s only implemented on a minority of data centre servers. Our new practical How To Guide will help you cut costs

NHS Moves To Microsoft Exchange

The world’s biggest email migration went all right. But what about the stalled £12.7 billion project for patient records?

Oracle Will Dim The Lights Of Sun

Oracle’s acquisition will end one of the most inspirational high-tech companies in Silicon Valley history. And it’s a sad day for the open-source community, which loses a champion, says Joe Wilcox

US Congress Passes E-Waste Bill in Nod to Earth Day

Lawmakers have paid tribute to Earth Day with legislation providing grant funds for practical solutions to reduce the growing mounds of old cell phones, televisions, computers and other electronic devices.

Talking Sense On Broadband Britain

Finally, a Universal Service Obligation for broadband. It’s less than we want, but we should make sure it is not more than we can afford, because this really is crucial to our future, says Peter Judge

Can IT Win The Green Turf Wars?

The recession has put IT and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on a collision course. Will IT grow up , and take control of areas where it can deliver efficiency?

Enterprise Networks Can Cut Emissions, Too

From Energy Efficient Ethernet to a company’s own supply network, there’s a lot that networks can do to reduce a company’s environmental footprint, says 3Com’s Matt Walmsley

Nokia E75: A Very Capable Qwerty

The E75 is Nokia’s first phone with a sliding qwerty keyboard – and it looks like the company has covered all the bases with a very attractive machine

Sun, Do You Have A Plan B?

As its deal with IBM evaporates, Sun needs a backup plan. Chris Preimesberger thinks there might be another deal on the table – from HP and Oracle, or maybe from Cisco