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Date: 2006-09-25
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Lenovo ThinkPad Z61T notebook computer
Windows Vista Capable notebook built to withstand most drops, shocks, and spills
Notebook computers have been fast outselling desktops, and the market for these devices is fast becoming glazed over as notebooks become more similar in look and feel as well as in price and performance. First it was the widescreen format that attempted to differentiate units, then it became price. Lenovo has begun to address this bland, me-too disease by delivering the ThinkPad Z61T notebook, which not only offers speedy processors, WiFi, and other features, but delivers the experience in cases that others can only dream of delivering.

Innovative Process Administration Achieved High Data Availability With No Single Point of Failure
Innovative Process Administration, LLC. (IPA), Cleveland, OH provides fully automated employee self-service enrolment and related administration for employers and benefit administrators. Since 1994, the company has delivered hosted services to hundreds of major employer groups, making it one of the most experienced and successful managed services providers in the benefits administration outsourcing arena. With clients and their employees accessing IPAs services 24x7 through its website, high availability is critical.

Sun CEO at communication`s vanguard, among the few chiefs speaking to public through blog

At the helm of Sun Microsystems Inc., Jonathan Schwartz became "un blogeur" last week when he started publishing his blog in French and nine other languages.

Verbatim Store 'n' Go 1GB U3 Smart Drive
Use virtually any computer to perform tasks without using that computer's software
The release of the U3 computing platform promised to give users the freedom of using virtually any computer to perform a variety of tasks without having to rely on that computer's software. U3 enabled software runs the gamut from email applications to image management tools to data synchronization tools.

Enterprise Video's Bright Future
Media Publisher CEO Rod Bacon on the emerging market for IP video, and where his company's Video Control Center fits in
Rod Bacon, CEO of Media Publisher, foresees a time in the not-too-distant future when live video communications for the enterprise will be a required part of doing business. He notes that the market is growing rapidly due to advances in video IP network technology that make it possible to set up reliable, scalable and always-on video systems. Here he talks about the development of the market, and how the companys new Video Control Center streamlines the process of video communications over IP, from asset management to user access controls.


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