March 2004 Online ExtrasBy Baselinemag | Posted 2004-03-01 Email Print
How Real-World Numbers Make the Case for SSDs in the Data Center
An assortment of articles, presentations and content exclusive to Baseline online.
"We Did Nothing Wrong": Why Software Quality MattersPLANNER: Calculating Costs of a Software Error-Prevention System
If you want to start avoiding software-development problems, here's how: A five-step plan to get out of the error-detection business and into the error-prevention business. (It's a much better business.)
Voice over Data NetworksSoftware that automates the management of personal computers can make a tech-support staff considerably more efficient.
Be sure to check out our Dossiers on three vendors providing service for IP telephony:
That ringing in your head? That might be Voice over Internet Protocol -- or it might be the "ka-ching" of how much money it might save you. This article dials up some facts about whether or not VoIP is right for you. And you can click here for a downloadable Quiz ("Does Internet Protocol Telephony Make Sense for You?") that will help you decide for yourself.
Primer: Storage Partitioning
You think you have enough capacity for your entire company? Not likely, unless you've also stashed away some information on this storage technique. Take this quick Quiz
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Calculating Returns: Internal Rate of Return
Getting the best reurn on your technology investment sometimes depends on when you spend your money. For a more-detailed look at the various approaches to development -- Waterfall, Staged and Sweetheart -- check out this download ("Tool: How to Calculate an Internal Rate of Return").