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Network World’s Enterprise All-Stars

Nov 21, 20052 mins
Data Center

Latest management news.

NetworkWorld Signature Series Enterprise All-Star Issue, 11/21/05

This issue honors 50 outstanding network projects undertaken by our readers, they have demonstrated exceptional use of technology within an industry segment – education, financial services, government, healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, …

Emerson Process Management bridges gap among users with collaborative extranet, 11/21/05

Emerson Process Management bridges gaps among 40,000 users on three continents with a highly collaborative extranet.

4 manufacturers share successes in technological innovation, 11/21/05

Four manufacturers share their successes in using technology.

Security information management aids U.S. mine-safety agency, 11/21/05

Security information management helps the U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration tighten security.

Weather Underground uses Linux, low-cost bandwidth to manage traffic storms, 11/21/05

The IT team at Weather Underground, a Web-based weather service, deals with internal traffic storms when bad conditions hit, including Hurricane Katrina.

Management vendor targets shared folders, 11/21/05

Management vendor Desktop Standard is adding to its PolicyMaker software lineup a new Share Manager package that provides users with tools for centrally managing shared folders on servers and desktops.

4 agencies tune up systems, 11/21/05

Four government agencies revamp network operations.

Transport company saves money with flexible app architecture, 11/21/05

J.B. Hunt Transport offers advice about application development: Take the long road, and plan for the common, not the unique.

CA World Reporter’s Notebook: Observations from the show floor, 11/21/05

Observations from the show floor

Users applaud CA’s integration plans, 11/21/05

Customers turned out in droves last week to hear how after 18 months of internal restructuring, technology acquisitions and product development Computer Associates intends to win back their faith.

IT vendors join forces for $18.6 million national healthcare network prototype, 11/17/05

Accenture, Cisco, IBM, Microsoft, Northrop Grumman, Oracle and Sun are among a wide range of technology and consulting companies tapped recently to design a $18.6 million Nationwide Health Information Network for the U.S. Health and Human Services …