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IBM unveiled a prepackaged, converged system of servers, storage and networking technolgoy, called PureSystems.
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Is the CIO going the way of the dinosaur because of the meteoric impact of cloud computing? Although a lot of chief finance officers seem to think so, mass extinction isn't likely, says Tony Kontzer
Ongoing concerns about data security are keeping potential cloud computing customers away, particularly because it can be difficult to research and compare different providers' security measures. To