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Infrastructure Strategies 2002

 COVER FEATURE - POWER CONDITIONING

Powering up the business
Power conditioning is essential for any enterprise that wants to provide five-nines uptime. Here are some typical power-related problems and ideal strategies to counter them. by Soutiman Das Gupta

Power to Indian companies
Buying the right power equipment
Does your power diet keep you fit?
 NEWS & ANALYSIS
Database source code goes open
Security Threat Report
Top 10 viruses in March
Novell woos open source community
Industry group for best practices in security
Sun drops plans for own Linux
Opteron gains industry approval
News in Brief
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Keep the lights on
Electrical power to an enterprise is like oxygen to a living being—both are essential. We've dedicated this month's cover story to the unsung hero of enterprise networking.
 IN PERSON: BUSINESS CONTINUITY
‘Consequences of disaster are very costly’
Satish Naralkar, CEO, NSE.IT Ltd., tells us the strategies behind his Business Continuity Plan. by Brian Pereira
 SECURITY WATCH
Security watch
Read about the latest developments in security every month in Security Watch
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 TECH UPDATE - TECHNOLOGY IN BANKING
 CASE STUDIES

The new face of Banking
An industry that's tightly protected by regulations has finally opened up. But this has introduced many new challenges. Here's a look at how technology can help overcome these challenges and address the new set of issues associated with modern day banking. by Anil Patrick R

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The tech factor in banking
Technology converges at HDFC Bank
PNB's IT-enabling journey

Citibank's SAN Implementation
A SAN for that competitive advantage
Citibank's DAS infrastructure couldn't keep pace with its growing customer base. It wanted a platform that would let it reduce cycle time for loan processing and beat the competition in terms of online response times. A SAN was the logical solution for this. by Prashant L. Rao

L&T's Network Management Solution
A network engineered to handle complexity
The IT infrastructure at L&T increased in complexity over the years, as the group expanded. To address the criticality of its operations, L&T Infotech deployed a process and a tool to manage its vast and complex infrastructure. by Brian Pereira

 SPECIAL FEATURE: CABLING
 VENDOR VOICE: Voice over IP

CAT 6 to the fore
After taking five years to become a ratified standard, CAT 6 is finally picking up in the Indian market with every second cabling deployment making use of it. by Prashant L Rao.

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Mascot adopts CAT6 for networks
Case Study: Cognizant picks up CAT 6

Can MPLS make a better VPN?
Reflecting on VPN evolution, we see that each type had certain limitations. But VPNs based on MPLS incorporate the best of past versions, along with new features like smart healing. by Vinod Chandran

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