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Beware Of Nehalem’s Virtualisation Risk

Intel’s new flagship can cut your data centre’s power and space demands by packing more virtual machines in, but think before you put all your eggs in one basket, warns Cameron Sturdevant

Open Cloud Manifesto: Blighted From Birth?

Is the Open Coud Manifesto doomed even as it is officially announced? The top three cloud platforms have backed off, and the group faces stern criticism from the outsiders

Avaya Launches Cost-Cutting SIP Network

Avaya has launched a product which can de-couple applications from companies’ networks, so users can simplify their communications even if they have equipment from multiple vendors

Google Denies Severity Of Google Docs Flaw

Google says that security concerns about its online document service Google Docs are “not significant”, despite claims that users can access material to which the author has denied access.

Twitter Planning Paid Accounts

Twitter is looking to businesses as a way to possibly kick-start an elusive revenue stream by offering paid commercial accounts to users

Can Dell Deliver The Full Monty?

Dell is wasting time with claims about server performance. The real story is the management tools it says can free users from the grasp of big consultancies

Nortel and Siemens Get Unified

Nortel and Siemens are unveiling new software and services designed to make it easier and more affordable for enterprises to buy and deploy unified communications platforms.

Dell Unleashes Cooler, Cheaper Servers

Dell’s Nehalem server launch majored on power savings and system management, pitching a commodity console from Symantec against the might of IBM Tivoli

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