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Friday, March 17, 2006

TechTarget News Roundup -- February 23, 2006
Server management costs soar, says IDC,289142,sid80_gci1168665,00.html
According to IDC's latest report, server revenues are down while shipments are up. But IT shops are picking up the cost of managing more machines.
IBM subpoenas signal shift to darker side of SCO case,289142,sid39_gci1168497,00.html
IP attorney Tom Carey drills down into IBM's subpoenas -- issued to HP, Microsoft, BayStar and Sun -- and finds that conspiracy theorists may be right about SCO's anti-Linux suits.
With MDM, it's all about the journey,289142,sid41_gci1168763,00.htmlYour organization may never achieve true master data management, but speakers and attendees at this week's Data Warehousing Institute conference say there are plenty of reasons to try anyways.
Smile! You’re about to be hacked,289142,sid14_gci1168617,00.html
Security experts at last week’s RSA conference warn that video files may be the next great threat vector, providing enterprises some interesting ‘codec moments.’
Doctors' group picks NSI to back up medical records,289142,sid5_gci1168611,00.html
Jefferson City Medical Group found an electronic medical records database necessary for HIPAA compliance. But backing it up in case of disaster took some figuring out.
New Windows Vista and Longhorn code released,289142,sid1_gci1168501,00.html
Microsoft is looking for Vista and Longhorn feedback from enterprise shops as its next-generation client and server operating systems inch toward completion. Plus, new Vista migration tools are on board.


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