Forget the Butler -- The Computer Did It!
Here's a new scam that seems to be working well for alleged hackers. When you're trial comes up, plead innocent, claiming it was the computer, not you, that did the hacking. Seems several folks accused of hacking and downloading child...
New Issue online
Thanks to the @$%@)(%# downtime on the blog the past day or so, we weren't able to let you know until now that the new issue for October 30th is online. Hopefully you stumbled upon it yourself. This issue features...
Storage Vendors Keep Pumping Out Gear
At Storage Networking World Fall 2003, a twice-a-year expo targeting storage and data center administrators that opened Monday in Orlando and runs through Thursday, several firms beat the drum.
IBM-HP Rivalry Heats Up
IBM made a bigger incursion than usual at this year's HP World--a trade show for thousands of Hewlett-Packard Co. customers, equipment resellers and companies whose technologies work on HP computer
Hi folks, We're very sorry for the downtime on the blog today and last night. Unfortunately, we experienced a forced server upgrade. Translation: our hard drive turned into fried jello (if you can imagine such a thing). We've at last...
QLogic Gets Stacked
Debuts stackable FC switch with 10-Gig interconnects - priced less than $500 per port
Our Favorite Sig Files
Thanks to all those who submitted your favorite geeky sig files. It was a tough job, but we have posted a complete catalog as well as some select examples with
Beaver Bait Latest buzz from the storage rodent: Is EMC having trouble with Cisco SAN gear?
Here comes the Sun
Around 3pm EST today/Friday, we're due for the effects of a pretty significant solar flare to reach earth. Ignoring a few of the "The End is Near" voices, the flare does expect to impact us technologically. It's also bound to...
Security Assertion Markup Language provides a standard way to exchange authentication and authorization information between different vendors' other applications.
Poised for Takeoff
Early VoWLAN product offerings are expensive and not fully developed, but Cisco's 7920 stands out.
A Bridge Too Far?
You can't force business units to align with IT, but you can make yourself--and your organization--more valuable.
This Edition: IT's Dark Days -- are they numbered?
Forget the Debit Card -- use Your Phone
That's the thought Sony Corp. is hoping to eventually get in your head. The company is working on ways for consumers to use their cell phones to pay for groceries, pay for train fares, pick up checks at resturaunts and...
Out of the chute, it sells 120TB of its object-based NAS to Los Alamos. Not bad!
Emulex Runs to Sun
Emulex beats QLogic in becoming first HBA vendor to support Solaris x86. Big deal?