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Content posted in November 2002
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Mr. Management: Jack of All Trades ...
Commentary  |  11/4/2002  | 
The 'we do it all' approach isn't necessarily the best for network management, and smart vendors know that.
Child Support
News  |  11/4/2002  | 
Our second 'On Location' case study takes us to Children's Hospital Boston, which recently replaced legacy, HR, financial systems and more with a massive PeopleSoft ERP implementation.
AutoView KVM Switches Save Space
News  |  11/4/2002  | 
Switch allows for both analog server control and over-the-network command of machines while offering secure, user-friendly visual interfaces.
Shopping For An SSL Accelerator
News  |  11/4/2002  | 
Whether you opt for an internal or an external solution, don't forget to look at the big picture before making a purchase.
IT Pros Still Undervalued
Commentary  |  11/4/2002  | 
The people responsible for evaluating and managing IT are still excluded from business decision-making.
Groupware's New Stars
News  |  11/4/2002  | 
Stalker Software is rolling out its own new messaging solution, CommuniGate Pro Groupware.
Triage, IT Style
News  |  11/4/2002  | 
The network, storage, data services and application development managers at Children's Hospital Boston had to scramble to meet a fast-approaching go-live date.
Enterprise PDAs: An Unsolved Puzzle
News  |  11/4/2002  | 
Faster processors and improved screen resolutions alone won't speed up enterprise PDA adoption.
All Aboard The NIC Express
News  |  11/4/2002  | 
The latest version of FalconStor's load-balancing/failover software improves on an already award-winning product.
New on nwc.com
Commentary  |  11/4/2002  | 
In addition to our current issue, we've also posted the following features. We hope you enjoy them. Five-Minute Workout: Identity Management Webcast: CEO Minute: PoliVec's Roberto Medrano Webcast: This Week at Network Computing Compare IT: Load Balancers On Location with...
New Issue Online
Commentary  |  11/4/2002  | 
Good morning all. We've just published the first installment of our November 1st issue, in which David Joachim takes us behind the scenes once more to find out how Children's Hospital Boston rolled out its ERP solution. As always, you...
DSL Woes, Help and Progress
Commentary  |  11/1/2002  | 
Okay, we are finally making some progress. We have employed a systems administrator who has some time off between jobs right now to do some of the work in the Lab. His name is Mike Brandenburg, and he is doing...
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