Enterprise Mail/Collaboration Requirements
Hi folks, Complements of our own Greg Shipley, Ron Anderson, and Lori MacVittie, I've compiled a short list of requirements and products our editors have considered for their own lab and production networks. To find favor with our editors, an...
iSCSI Gets Go-Ahead
IETF officially approves spec as proposed standard. Will IP SANs finally kick into gear?
Insurance company installs a 1.5TB iSCSI-based SAN, claims it saved $90,000
Dude - You're Getting Arrested!
Come on, admit it -- every time you heard "Dude, You're gettin' a Dell" you thought (ala cartoon patriarch Hank Hill) "That boy ain't right." Unfortuantely, it seems Benjamin Curtis, who played Dell's slacker-esque pitchman "Steve" in those now infamous...
This edition: Top 11 Ways to Make a Late Night Server Upgrade More Fun; Power Reader; Wi-Fi Detectors, Head to Head.
Vendor or Partner?
Ask yourself these questions before deciding whether a vendor is really 'strategic partner' material.
Waiting on 802.11g
Even though the IEEE 802.11g, high-speed, 2.4-GHz wireless standard is still in draft stage, some vendors have shipped products complying with it.
New content online
Good Monday to everyone. We've just published the final installment of current issue, featuring a five-way review of fault and performance management tools by Bruce Boardman. Here are a few more stories and site features published today. TechQuiz: WLAN Management...
Legato Up for Sale?
This rumor makes the rounds again. EMC looks like the most likely suitor at this point
If you've been following our commentary on the SQL Sapphire worm, you may enjoy this short collection of research findings on the worm's structure, spread, and behavior. Analysis by CAIDA, ICSI, Silicon Defense, UC Berkeley EECS and UC San Diego...
Why ROI fails network management
In response to our recent story, Network Management on $1.19 a Day, reader William Ross penned an excellent case against legacy network management solutions. You can read and comment on the entire post here. But for the time-challenged, here...
Marvell Goes Soft
The acquisition of Radlan brings software talent in-house, aimed at Ethernet and storage
CA Nets Netreon
In a departure from form, Computer Associates acquires a weeeee little SAN design startup
Can Candera Compete?
SAN management switch startup pockets another $2.5M as its product launch nears
EMC Soups Up Symm
With launch of DMX, EMC cranks Symmetrix bandwidth 40x and promises 'market pricing'
NuView Fills Out
Takes NAS management software to Unix and Windows NAS, now covering the major bases
New Site Content
Good day to all. We've just published a new collection of Network Computing stories and site features. Here's a quick rundown of the highlights. IT Minute: COMNET This Week at Network Computing: Unfortunate eBay Auctions Compare IT: Conferencing Platforms Feature:...