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Issue of April 2002
 
 


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Enterprise storage: A strategy to consider
Data generated in your company is not getting any lesser even in the trying economic times. A networked storage strategy with specialized architectures will help store the growing volumes, apply management techniques, and provide easy access to all.

Network Storage-Your network's graduation path
Standards and interfaces-A turf war
Virtual storage strategies
Shopping for storage solutions
Editorial

Case Study
LICís WAN/MAN network
Engineering a campus network

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Thin Clients
Thin design

Thin client computing can be efficient and secure if deployed correctly. Graeme K. Le Roux tells you how to retool your network for a thin-client implementation.

Wireless Multimedia
Un-tethered learning
Today e-learning is more pervasive, since trainees are no longer confined to a small training room. Here are some tips on setting up a wireless e-learning infrastructure.

Peer-to-Peer
Unleashing the power of P2P
P2P is supposed to revolutionize the way one perceives traditional client/server computing. Here's a lowdown on this technology

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 GUEST OPINION

Java on the move
Java-driven technologies are widely adopted across enterprises and the World Wide Web.

CRM: A reality
In the current economic scenario, a well framed CRM strategy can help retain customers and create avenues for more business
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 ADVERTORIAL
Managing IT assets
Most part of the IT investment of an organization goes under used or is spent on unnecessary equipments and solutions.

Go wireless with Convergent
Often wireless networking seems to be the only solution to extend intranet, internet or any other 'last mile connectivity' needs.

Procom's ProMirror - Bidirectional mirroring
Businesses have recognized that information is an asset that must be managed and utilized as would any critical resource.

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  VENDORS VOICE

Banking on structured cabling
Unorganized cabling can result in serious network disruption. Structured cabling can be your answer to maximize network performance.

Running businesses without breaks and brakes
Enterprises, especially banks, should work out a strategy to deal with disasters and maintain business continuity with minimum operational breaks.

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