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Infrastructure Strategies 2004
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 COVER STORIES

S is for storage?
The next S in storage
Controlling corporate e-mail
Storage to fit the application
The virtualised information store
E-mail@ACNielsen

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 NEWS & ANALYSIS

Server blades not too popular
A peek at new memory technologies
Unplugging IM because of SoX
BPCL wins award for IT
“The answer is storage virtualisation”
Grid security risks identified
Three Windows flaws patched
Flaw warnings from CA and Cisco
Microsoft’s HoneyMonkeys

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No matter where, no matter what

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HITECH HOTSHOTS

The versatile CIO
CIO, strategic planner, company secretary, professor, philosopher, adventurer, mathematician. Meet Vikas Gadre, the CIO of Rallis India who is all these and more. by Kumar Dawada.

 ANALYST'S CORNER

An F1 car or the old school bus?
Andrew Rowsell-Jones, Vice-president and Research Director for Gartner’s CIO Executive Programmes, says that CEOs may think their organisations are as agile as F1 racing cars— but in reality not all of them are.

HEART OF THE MATTER

“Choose software keeping users in mind”
At the centre of a bank’s IT infrastructure lies a centralised core banking system. CIOs should put this in place as quickly as possible for efficient and personalised customer service, believes K Raghuraman, General Manager of Central Bank.

VIEW FROM TOP

GoAir: taking off with IT
Jeh Wadia wants to revolutionise the airline industry with his latest venture, GoAir. He shares his vision with Soutiman Das Gupta and Kumar Dawada, and reveals IT’s role in this venture.

CASE STUDY

HIPA’s high-capacity switched network
The Himachal Pradesh Institute of Public Administration wanted to extend connectivity across its large campus, so it deployed an optic fibre backbone and used layer 3 switching for better performance. by Soutiman Das Gupta.

FOCUS

Galileo revamps its business backbone
Galileo India previously used legacy technology in its WAN. It revamped this IT infrastructure and built a new backbone on a common routing platform for smoother business workflow and operations. by Soutiman Das Gupta.

IN PERSON
An integrated approach to security
Encryption is the key to defence-in-depth strategies
VENDOR VOICE
Next generation workflow
Tackling threats to the organisation
EVENTS
The enterprise IT mastermind
Intelligent Enterprise Awards 2005
SecureSynergy Security Strategist Awards 2005
The enterprise with the most intelligence
Choosing the strategist
READERWARE

Retaining and rewarding loyalty
In The Customer Loyalty Solution, author Arthur Middleton Hughes makes a genuine attempt to combine the best of three worlds—IT, business and marketing. Hughes goes back to the basics and reminds people of the era of the corner grocery store. The grocer knew the names of his customers, would stand at the door and greet them by their names, ask about their families’ well-being, and provide personalised service.

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