Sun Snaps Up SevenSpace
Sun sinks its teeth into remote management specialist SevenSpace in an attempt to bolster its managed services story
Hotspots Are Hot News
Whether network managers like it or not, hotspot use, along with all of its benefits and problems, has become increasingly common in enterprises. That's what a recent Networking Pipeline poll
Communicate to Innovate
If you want to get the most out of your firm's technology, then you need to get your IT people talking to your business people
Go With the Flow
Pump water around your data center to keep your servers cool? Sounds crazy - but it might just work
How Secure is Your Server Cooling System?
The ability to restore data in minutes is moot if your server room's air conditioning system goes down for days. Here are some cool ways to protect servers from heatstroke.
Intel Expected To Follow AMD's CPU Integration
Intel Corp. is expected to follow a path pioneered by rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc. with the integration of the company's memory controller and high-speed interconnect onto its Xeon and
Wi-Fi Company Homes In On Wireless-LAN Security
Wibhu Technologies Inc., a Wi-Fi network infrastructure company founded in Pune, India, has renamed itself AirTight Networks Inc. and brought in David King as its new chairman and chief executive
Reason To Share
Despite political infighting, intelligence agencies are working to improve collaboration and data sharing
Intradyn to release new version of data backup and archiving appliance
Where To Place Your OS Bets
The quest for an alternative to the Windows platform has driven many to experiment with the various operating systems out there. Several types exist, from Unix to FreeBSD to Linux which
Survey: Channel Gives Nod To Custom Systems
Solution providers continue to list custom systems as their best-selling desktops and servers, fending off renewed strength in Hewlett-Packard's branded systems, according to figures from the most recent CRN Monthly
IBM, HP Remain Top Server Suppliers, Says IDC
Global revenue from server sales grew 5.5 percent year-over-year to $11.5 billion in the third quarter of 2004, with IBM and Hewlett-Packard remaining the leading suppliers, according to the latest
Hot Technologies For 2005 On The Front Line
Whether it's blades servers, virtualized storage arrays or security software, VARBusiness' just-completed State of Technology survey highlights the reality that resellers must continue to push the envelope in systems, networking
Incentra Thinks Big
Service provider has small revenues, big ambitions - and a former EMC customer
Geekdom - Geek Pride
They call us IT Geeks. We call ourselves Geeks. Well, it sort of fits. Webopedia even has a definition of Geek. "Short for computer geek, an individual with a passion for computers, to the exclusion of other normal human interests....
Get That New Server Now
Researchers are bullish on the first half of 2005. A key driver of such growth will be replacement purchases.
HP Plans Job Cuts
Hewlett Packard says in a government filing that workforce reductions planned for the first half of fiscal 2005 will cost about $200 million.
Ad Banner Attack Involved Comedy Central
More details come to light about the weekend attack that compromised a German Web advertising company's server and infected users who visited Web sites run by the firm's clients with
Java Bug Makes IE, Firefox Vulnerable
A flaw in Sun's Java Virtual Machine can open up the two most popular browsers, Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Mozilla's Firefox, to attack, security exeprts say.