Don't-Miss Servers Stories
An Apple Web site has hinted at the launch of Nehalem-based Xserve rack-mount servers.
The Wall Street Journal says that IBM could pay as much as $6.5 billion
Chip-maker Intel is slashing prices, closing plants, and laying off employees after a bad financial quarter.
The Mac version of NeatReceipts is feature-equal to its Windows counterpart. The interface of the receipt-scanning software has been cleaned up as well.
Parallels Server has been updated fixing the cause of several crashes with the application including one that resulted in a kernel panic in the virtual operating system.
HP introduced a new home media server, compatible with both Macs and PCs. The server can act as a centralized iTunes Library, as well as a Time Machine backup for Mac users.
Google's Eric Schmidt calls for new government spending to improve broadband and encourage alternative energies.
Over a million of the Internet's DNS servers are still vulnerable to a cache-poisoning attack patched in July.
IBM is suing one of its top executives, a server guru who is trying to take a job with Apple.
EMC has announced MozyPro for Mac, a version of the online backup service targeted at businesses.
Intel is shipping its latest Xeon chip, the six-core Xeon 7400.
LaCie introduced a new Neil Poulton designed media server in capacities of 500 gigabytes to 1 terabyte.
More cores and a bigger cache should give Dunnington a boost over Intel's current Xeon processors
Coraid has introduced a 24-bay SAN system.
Sonnet has introduced two new two-port Gigabit Ethernet cards for Macs being used as servers.