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Seventh heaven?

October saw the release of Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 7. With XP now nearly ten years old and Vista generally bypassing the...

Published 30 November 2009

Bandwidth busters

Could application delivery network appliances be the way to faster network pipes? Kevin White reports

Published 21 September 2009

CBR desktop virtualisation podcast: IBM's Virtual Client expert

In this podcast, CBR editor Jason Stamper talks to Chris De Vere, IBM x86 Modular Systems, about the rise of virtual desktop solutions, whether or...


Published 09 June 2009

Cloudy skies?

Jason Stamper looks beyond the ‘cloud computing’ hype to ask what it really is, and just as crucially, what it is not.

Published 01 June 2009

Windows versus Apple on the High Street

What is Microsoft hoping to achieve with its chain of retail stores? Can it compete with Apple? Steve Evans investigates.

Published 16 April 2009

Thought Leaders: running IT as a business

This white paper was written by Professor Paul P Tallon of the Sellinger School of Business and Management, Loyola College, Baltimore, for CBR on...

Published 02 April 2009

CBR Thought Leaders: IT in a Cold Climate

Is paring IT investment back to the bone the best strategy for surviving the downturn? Dr Richard Williams argues the case against.

Open Source

Published 31 March 2009

Central Station: the rise of the CMDB

Interest in the configuration management database (CMDB) is helping to drive a wave of interest in business service management, or BSM. But is...

Published 25 March 2009

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