Meeting the WAN Challenge
Delivering apps effectively in the LAN is easy; preserving that performance across the WAN remains a challenge
StorageTek To Resell Cisco Gear
StorageTek will resell Cisco's MDS 9000 directors and fabric switches and related services and support under Cisco's SmartNet program.
Apple Soups Up Its Xserve G5
Apple Computer has upgraded its Xserve server with dual 64-bit, 2.3-GHz PowerPC G5 processors capable of delivering more than 35 gigaflops of processing power per system.
2004 -- The Year in Tech
It may be 2005, but folks are spending plenty of time talking about the year that just was -- and what kind of technological impacts, trends and challenges we faced (or feared). Over at Geek.com, they're offering several Malware Top...
2005: The Year Of VoIP
It's prediction time, so here goes: 2005 will be the year of VoIP. Last year laid the foundation, with a slew of product releases and service announcements that put VoIP
Wanted: Taxonomy Input
No, not stuffing animals. We need your help updating our Who Makes What - and that's not all
Improving Disaster Planning
Companies need to step up their business-continuity planning to deal with everything from emergencies to virus attacks
The Next Generation Of PoE
A new Power over Ethernet standard may lead to the elimination of laptop power supplies, and a new class of "power-forwarding" devices.
The Future Of Wi-Fi
In the next two years, we'll see 802.11 hardware that can manage itself, track users' location, integrate seamlessly with 3G networks, and much more. Here are five Wi-Fi futures that
Web Services' Minority Report
With XML and SOAP messaging, developers can streamline business processes, automate the supply chain, and kill your network in the process. Here's how to stop the crime before it happens.
Symantec Enterprise Architecture
Symantec seeks to parley its anti-virus fortunes into an asset and change management dynasty. But will it offer any advantages over the incumbents?
Case Study: Building Network Stability
Construction leader Rudolph and Sletten turns to an open-source network monitoring tool to stabilize its network and deploy a new wireless infrastructure.