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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

TechTarget IT News Roundup -- April 12th, 2006

Wellness at your service
Cincinnati Children's Hospital's Karen Maas is turning a creaky help desk into a well-oiled ITSM system. Now nurses and doctors can focus on making children better.

University shrinks two data centers into one in 24 hours
University of Texas at Arlington moved the contents of two data centers into a single updated facility. While the planning took six months, the physical move was over in 24 hours.

Get ready -- Bluetooth is coming
Despite its inherent security risks, Bluetooth is obviously taking hold. Network managers are warned to start taking notice.

Microsoft releases five fixes for IE, Windows
The software giant's monthly update fixes several IE flaws, including the createTextRange issue, and addresses vulnerabilities in a range of Windows programs.

Growing budgets fuel SMB hardware spending
Analysts say IT budgets are on the rise for SMBs so spending is up, but SMBs still lag in adoption of new technology.

Medical imaging firm picks Plasmon over EMC
Hearing unfavorable news from its parent hospital about EMC's Centera archiving appliance, Newport Imaging picked Plasmon's UDO Archive Appliance to store its PACS images.


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