Cisum.A, the Comic Insult Worm?
Got a chuckle off of Geek.com this morning, though I suppose it's really not funny in the long run. There's a new worm ciculating, called Cisum.A. Once your computer is infected with it, it pops open a window with the...
Rollins Directs Dell's Manifest Destiny
Dell's president and CEO outlines the company's strategy for becoming a "broadly based and broadly acknowledged IT company" known for such areas as servers, storage and services.
Running Ahead of the Pack
To gain competitive advantage, Union Bank of California is constantly seeking improvement through technology innovation. Next on its list: server consolidation, network upgrades and imaging solutions.
CEO Minute: Enkoo's Ajit Deora
Tune in for an audio conversation with Founder & CEO Ajit Deora and find out what it takes to equip your remote office or SMB company with enterprise-class, secure remote
Server Management Splash
The addition of server management capabilities to the arsenals of LANDesk Software and Altiris has strengthened a rivalry between two already formidable competitors.
2005 Reader Predictions
Thanks to all those who submitted their most likely and unlikely networking predictions for 2005. We've compiled your list of what you think will take place in IT in 2005.
Best Top 11 Lists of 2004
Thanks to all those who voted for their favorite Top 11 lists from 2004. Here for your reading pleasure, we're proud to bring you the best of the best.
Faster 3G Easier Said Than Done
Some wireless operators claim that faster 3G is just a software upgrade away. This technical overview explains why achieving cellular data speeds faster than 1Mbps won't be a walk in
You've Been Hacked!
In this edition: Signs that you're a victim of hacking; a haiku tech support competition; and the MIT gallery of hacks.
Fortifying Your Network-Access Control
Passwords are still the dominant method of securing data, but with blurring network borders, higher stakes transactions and stricter regulations, you need more powerful tools to prevent unauthorized access.
Server-based computing has evolved into an intelligent way to save time, money and aggravation. Out of five remote-display servers, find out which provided the best management, features and performance for
To Err Is Human
After reading Tim Wilson's article entitled "Let's make a Deal," one reader realized, "It's hard for a seller to verify something when the requirements were wrong in the first place."
Network Automation's AutoMate 6
AutoMate makes job scripting a breeze, and its scheduling and trigger tools are extensive and useful. Just don't look for multiple user support.
This edition looks at Red Gate Software's SQL Bundle Developer Edition, NetSupport's Manager 9.0 and j2 Global Communications' eFaxSecure.
FUDBuster: Online Advertising Comes Back
As companies like Yahoo and AOL report strong financials and new capabilities, they disprove the conventional wisdom that Internet advertising is a low-growth business.
Upgrading Critical Storage
When it's time to replace your critical storage system, it's not just a matter of plug-and-play. We give you an insider's view on NWC Inc.'s storage project and share some
Many organizations are seeking to replace or supplement password authentication with a single means of token-based access for all users. We tested five token systems. Our editor's choice, with its
Michael Powell Resigns From FCC
FCC Chairman Michael Powell leaves the telecom industry better than he found it, having helped foster quick growth in broadband, VoIP and wireless services.
Concord Casts Wider Spectrum
Concord Communications is establishing itself as a management platform vendor ready to compete against IBM, HP, CA and others in the burgeoning business systems management market.
The True Value of IT and Its Practitioners
As organizations continue to tighten their belts, too many IT pros are being relegated to the 'kiddie table'--close enough to be monitored, and chastised when things go wrong.
The Doors Aren't Open Yet
Last week, I predicted a robust battle in the server hardware space between some of the industry's biggest dogs. Didn't need my Carnac the Magnificent hat for that one, now,
SBC Offers Price Promotion For DSL
SBC Communications says it would drop the price of its highest speed DSL service for customers willing to sign a one-year contract and bundle the offering with local and long-distance