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Ensuring Business Continuity of SAN Storage
The Taneja Group examines what business continuity means in storage systems. Built from the ground up with business continuity in mind, Taneja reviews the HP 3PAR StoreServ 7000 array and highlights how its capabilities deliver a high level of business continuity. Learn More
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Apple beats Coca-Cola to emerge as most valuable global brand
Cisco, Intel push 'trusted geolocation in the cloud'
Replacing silicon with nanotubes could revolutionize tech
Seven ways to trade in an old iPhone, including Microsoft's new offering
Why Microsoft is reportedly favoring Ford's Mulally for CEO gig
Mobile Unified Communications Part 3: The Experience
Is that hotspot safe to use? Wi-Fi Alliance wants to help
BlackBerry responds to Gartner's call for clients to ditch BB products
T-Mobile could see more gains from iPhone 5S and 5C sales
Some advice on getting the most out of Apple's new mobile operating system, iOS 7.
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