EC OKs Oracle/PeopleSoft
Oracle's hostile takeover bid for PeopleSoft is gaining momentum; the EC has given it the green light
Dethroning the "SPAM King"
Ah, Stanford Wallace -- remember him? Stanford's in hot water for sending out his unwanted emails, as well as illegally installing spyware and other malicious programs into millions of computers. Then, with as much chutzpah as he could muster,...
The Robots Are Coming!
Mark your calendars -- 2007 is the year of the Robot! The robotics field is expected to see a huge surge in the next few years, in both the home and industrial markets. According a report by the United Nations...
Tighten Security Now
Network attacks are increasing " and at an alarming pace, according to IBM's Global Security Intelligence Services.
Vendors Widen WAN Strategies
Peribit announces a new partner, and new hardware and software, but others are also busy upgrading their product lines
Storage Gear Takes The Spotlight
Storage titans IBM, Dell, McData and Brocade are among the vendors showing their newest hardware and software at Storage Networking World this week.
CEO Minute: Radiant Logic's Michel Prompt
Listen in as Brad Shimmin sits down with Michel Prompt, CEO of Radiant
Logic to discuss virtual directories versus metadirectories, companies
using virtual directories and Radiant Logic's role in federated
Cisco Takes On Storage
Whether you go with Fibre Channel or iSCSI, Cisco believes in covering all the networked storage bases.
Candera Cuts Again
Backup appliance startup confirms layoffs, founder's departure. It may lack the right friends
Talking With Cisco Decision Makers
Tune in for an inside look at how the company approaches storage management, mobile and wireless, security and network management. Get the scoop straight from the horse's mouth in this
IP's Future Is Now
Converged voice and data, associated wireless LANs, IP television, remote access, and ultra high-speed broadband services are just some of the new services headed your way.
Don't Count Out BEA Yet
Despite financial troubles and reorganizations, BEA has developed two solid products that could give it a leg up in the development of service-oriented architectures.
Microsoft Finds 22 New Flaws
New Windows flaws prove that security managers must continue to focus on patch management and protection of client systems.