Beset with rivals wanting a piece of the action, will MP3 survive?
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Even though today's enterprise file servers offer more and more disk space, users still find ways to fill all the storage you give them. I'm sure you all have storage hogs, who despite constant prodding by your network managers, still keep the last four years of their personal e-mail on the server (replete with scores of 50MB PowerPoint file attachments) and those who feel that your $30,000 box with 100GB of RAID-5 or SAN storage is their personal Napster service.
Service will filter out thousands of song names, but risks alienating users
Also known as Mandragore, this Gnutella worm is one of the first to infect peer-to-peer network shares
Gnutella: should we believe the hype?
GlobeDrive's new application lets people trade files in a password-protected, invitation-only environment. But is it legal?
Online vandals deface prominent Web sites to vent their opinions. Are they saying anything interesting?
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