Breadth & Depth
Web-based applications provide lots of flexibility, but they also complicate security management
ILM Divides SMBs
It's not a question of haves and have-nots, but of 'knows' and 'don't-knows'
Dark Days at Dell
Legal and competitive woes dog company, but analysts say de-listing is unlikely
Security Podcast -- Week of 11/09/06
Join Curt Franklin in this Radware sponsored Security Podcast. This week's podcast includes security news, a security feature: CSI Trendspotting (part one of a two part series), and a security product review: Reflex Disknet Pro. | Click to listen...
Interview With Blue Lane President & CEO Jeff Palmer
Andrew Conry Murray interviews Blue Lane's President & CEO Jeff Palmer. Palmer explains the company's appliances, which sit inline on the network and emulate security patches on real-time traffic to protect servers until the patch is installed. | Click to...
Microsoft Still Working On Vista
Windows co-president Jim Allchin says Microsoft will keep crafting new device drivers and release them to customers through an automatic update service.
Linux Provisioning Systems to the Rescue
Linux provisioning tools ease deployment chores by consolidating controls for OS and application installation, policy enforcement and patching. We examine the pros--and the pitfalls--of systems from Mandriva, Novell and Xandros,
GE VoIP Phone In The Works
Equipment maker Thomson plans to offer a General Electric-branded VoIP phone and work with service provider SunRockets, which sells residential Internet phone service for a flat rate of $200 a
What NAC Doesn't Solve
Is it too early in the NAC space to starting talking about revolution or evolution? Maybe. But there are some interesting changes going on. The whole of NAC has really been centered around assessing an endpoint's health and making an...
Air Time: Tech Market Research
Industry market projections often do far more harm than good, creating a false sense of reality and stimulating investment in bad ideas.
They make up only a tiny percentage of malware, but rootkits help spyware and trojans avoid detection and removal. Find out how the security community is responding to rootkits and
New Player Joins the SaaS Team
New company Workday is a further validation of the Software as a Service model, which promises speedier deployments and lower implementation costs by delivering applications using a Web browser.
Will Enterprise Desktops Go Virtual?
In what could be touted as the rollback of the client-server revolution, Hewlett-Packard is aligning with VMware to give enterprises the option of re-centralizing.
Analysis: Physical/Logical Security Convergence
Physical and logical security staffs, both tasked with protecting enterprise assets, are seeing increased technology and budgetary overlaps. Now, technological shifts, budgetary realities and a major government initiative are adding
Analysis: Enterprise WANs
The Internet will eventually render conventional WANs obsolete. We assess alternative technologies, many based on MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching), that will let IT link remote locations quickly and inexpensively.
Wireless Network Head-to-Head: Cisco Vs. Meru
We compared wireless gear from Cisco Systems and Meru Networks in our Real-World Labs. The performance results are valuable, but the real story is whether Meru deviates from the 802.11
SIP Trunks Find a Niche
Although not the first VoIP trunking technology available to small and midsize companies, SIP trunking may be the first to have a widespread impact on phone communications for these enterprises.
Unsanctioned Apps Wreak Havoc
Unsanctioned apps are a persistent thorn in IT's side and must be
addressed by a variety of methods, including user instruction and enforcement of
Let the Good Times Roll
Our industry evolves incredibly quickly, and that presents a unique challenge that only Network Computing consistently meets.
PDA Shipments Up, Prices Down
The Danger Inc. Sidekick achieved "near cult status" for young wireless-messaging users, tripling growth in the third quarter. But the RIM BlackBerry is still the most popular PDA.
Rollout: Fluke Networks' NetTool Series II Pro
Though clearly designed to excel in an all-Cisco environment, this device provides an easy-to-use method for gathering nearly all the key measurements and parameters from your VoIP installation.
Buy this product, even if you understand the business case and know it won't make a bit of difference
Liquid Laps Up $28M
Server startup eyes the high-performance possibilities in combining with storage
Microsoft Launches Office Live Out Of Beta
The service for small business offers online Web design, ad management, customer information and sales management, integration with Microsoft Office Accounting Express 2007, and tools for eBay, PayPal and credit