Expert Analysis
Content posted in November 2003
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Red Hat Makes Enterprise Move
News  |  11/7/2003  | 
Red Hat Linux is dead. Red Hat Enterprise Linux, however, is very much alive.
Spreading Wi-Fi Rumors
News  |  11/7/2003  | 
What are we to make of Aberdeen Group's report "The Urban Wi-Fi Crash of 2004"? I label it simplistic and irresponsible.
Desktop Management: Angst-Ridden?
News  |  11/7/2003  | 
A desktop-management strategy--and suite--can make the workload bearable.
Desktop Management Suites: How Suite it Is
News  |  11/7/2003  | 
We tested seven desktop-management suites. Find out which takes the anxiety out of that dreaded task.
Tsohiba IK-WB11A Network Camera: Toshiba's Answer to Wireless Video
News  |  11/7/2003  | 
This network camera combines low cost with good resolution.
Handheld Development; Content-Filtering; Identity Management
News  |  11/7/2003  | 
AppForge MobileVB 4.0; ContentKeeper Technologies CK-1035-SME and CK-2040-LE; and more.
The SSL Alternative
News  |  11/7/2003  | 
Use SSL to give remote users secure access to Web-enabled and conventional applications.
Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003: Open to Improvement
News  |  11/7/2003  | 
Microsoft has made necessary upgrades to its SharePoint Portal Server.
Data Overload: Keep It Simple
Commentary  |  11/7/2003  | 
XML allows many programs to speak one language. But we pay for this flexibility in complexity and verbosity.
'The Defining-Moment Issue'
Commentary  |  11/7/2003  | 
Strategic vendors must show customers they're building security into the core of their products.
Last Mile: First day data center jitters; SPAM--the board game; Otherworldly feedback.
News  |  11/7/2003  | 
First day data center jitters; SPAM--the board game; Otherworldly feedback.
Slow news day?
Commentary  |  11/7/2003  | 
Even on the slowest news day I can't imagine pitching a story outlining a time line for the Matrix trilogy. Obviously it was a REAL slow day at the Associated Press. To be fair, the author is an "Entertainment" writer,...
WiFi flaw of the most human kind
Commentary  |  11/7/2003  | 
Our close associate Robert Moskowitz has just released a paper describing a substantial weakness in the new WiFi Protected Access (WPA) interface. As it turns out WPA can fall prey to prying eyes as easily as the now greatly dismissed...
Cisco Still a Kid in Storage
News  |  11/7/2003  | 
Its Andiamo is lagging the rest of the company in earnings; but don't bet against it
StorageTek Adds More ILM
News  |  11/7/2003  | 
StorageTek's partnership with IXOS will bolster its data and email management
Career Coach: Validate Departing Co-workers; The Right Skills and Degrees
News  |  11/6/2003  | 
The coach comments on making a departing co-worker feel validated and breaking into IT with the right skills and degrees.
Layer 2 Layout: Layer 2 Discovery Digs Deep
News  |  11/6/2003  | 
Think you know your network? Unless you know the intimate details of its physical-link topology, you don't know it at all.
ITWorx Eliminates Tunnel Traffic
News  |  11/6/2003  | 
Vendor claims it can speed data transfer a hundredfold. BlueArc concurs
CWDM Gets a Boost
News  |  11/6/2003  | 
Metro optical gear and SANs will benefit from standard CWDM interfaces
Storage Pipeline: From the Editors
Commentary  |  11/5/2003  | 
Our new supplement, Storage Pipeline, will help you create a more efficient, manageable storage environment.
Storage Pipeline: Hold Everything
News  |  11/5/2003  | 
Facts and Figures from the world of Storage Technology.
Storage Pipeline: Special Report: Ultimate Enterprise Storage
News  |  11/5/2003  | 
The key to cost-effective storage is data prioritization. Here are some tips for building the ideal storage system.
Storage Pipeline: State of the Art: Storage on Demand
News  |  11/5/2003  | 
Vendors are developing new and improved ways to deliver pay-per-use data storage.
Storage Pipeline: First Person: Whose Storage Is It, Anyway?
Commentary  |  11/5/2003  | 
Storage consumers must join forces to determine what we need and voice those needs.
Storage Pipeline: Review: Out of the Abyss
News  |  11/5/2003  | 
Managing massive amounts of data on mix-and-match systems is an overwhelming task.
KeyCorp Deploys Applications Without Deploying Staff
News  |  11/5/2003  | 
When KeyCorp needed a more efficient way to solve desktop or server issues affecting its branches, the Cleveland-based bank chose Novadigm's (Mahwah, N.J.) Radia tool.
NetApp Annexes Spinnaker
News  |  11/5/2003  | 
NAS king buys startup for $300M in stock. Does it complete NetApp's network storage vision?
Veritas Sutures Backup Tools
News  |  11/4/2003  | 
New app tightly links NetBackup and Backup Exec, raising stakes in fight with EMC/Legato
New content up for grabs
Commentary  |  11/4/2003  | 
Hi folks. In spite of a serious sugar hangover from Halloween, we managed to cobble together some new content for your viewing pleasure. Here are the highlights: Feature: VoWLANs by Dave Molta with Frank Bulk and Sean Ginevan Career Coach:...
EMC Playing Hardball With McData?
News  |  11/4/2003  | 
McData warns of Q3 shortfall after failing to seal OEM terms with EMC UPDATED 11/04 11AM
RaidCore Scores $5M
News  |  11/4/2003  | 
Serial ATA RAID startup says it's got boffo technology, and at least two VCs agree
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