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Technologies that made the biggest impact on your work life in 2005

By jasonhiner Moderator ·
What technologies have had the biggest impact on your work life during 2005? The following TechRepublic staffers have posted their thoughts. Now we'd like to hear your experiences.

Bill Detwiler
http://techrepublic.com.com/5254-6257-0.html?forumID=99&threadID=173966&messageID=1904113&id=3318195

Erik Eckel
http://techrepublic.com.com/5254-6257-0.html?forumID=99&threadID=173921&messageID=1902881&id=3334484

Paul Sisler
http://techrepublic.com.com/5254-6257-0.html?forumID=99&threadID=174137&messageID=1904411&id=4011669

Beth Blakely
http://techrepublic.com.com/5254-6257-0.html?forumID=99&threadID=176570&messageID=1905372&id=2767530

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by Cactus Pete In reply to Technologies that made th ...

IBM Blade Center with VMWare... it's just a whole new world!

IM... talking to my daughter half way around the world twice a day as I use my...

...Blackberry during the commute.

Disk to Disk backups with remote copies to remote sites over

iSCSI to leverage resources we already have in place.

Of course, much of this was possible by our SAN, which is better than ever after the past year.

I'm looking forward to the next year when we plan to upgrade the Exchange servers, the Cisco Call Manager, and the wireless network.

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