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Infrastructure Strategies 2003
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 COVER STORIES

The changing role of the CIO
The CIO is now considered a part of the executive management team, and the role of the CIO designate is fast evolving.

» IS2004 IT SPEND
Spending cautiously on IT initiatives
When business and IT are in sync
CIOs join elite strategists club
India Inc holds on to existing infrastructure
Infrastructure management is new focus
ERP’s still standing as BI takes off

TCO and storage management are key focus areas
Think beyond anti-virus and firewalls
Stabilized connectivity
Better solutions can elicit more interest in Convergence
Focus on core processes

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 NEWS & ANALYSIS

IBM has a new way to share and manage business data
SME the next pit-stop for SAN technology
Asian Presence at CommunicAsia2004 increases
CA takes Ingres out in the 'open'
News Briefs

 CASE STUDY

A call for critical information access
Global Vantedge, a contact center for telecom and banking institutions needed to deploy a technology solution that would allow safe and secure access to client and customer data.

 POWER FACTOR
DSPs for intelligent UPS management
Now there is a need for systems' availability and reliability 24X7 in every business, and consequently a need for better power conditioning technologies. DSPs might be a solution to your UPS problems.
 VENDOR VOICE
Wire on fire
With all the advancement in technology and need for speed you'd think it was time for copper cables to be ousted. But wait…is it? As it turns out, the new improved copper cables may be the all-in-one solution your business needs. by Rajesh Kumar
 SECURITY WATCH
The Sasser threat
If the past couple of months were about the various NetSky flavors, the W32.Sasser.B worm is the riskiest at present.
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