TrueSAN Goes Belly-Up
Startup has officially shut the doors after it failed to convince VCs to stump up more cash
Do It Yourself DNS
A DNS appliance can help you effectively allocate your IT resources. Flexibility and security make BlueCat Networks' Adonis the one to admire.
IBM, Microsoft Shun W3C
IBM and Microsoft prefer to strong-arm their customers and generate a revenue stream by forcing them to adopt vendor-controlled standards.
Safe and Sound
Intrusion's SecureNet Provider offers enhanced features and ease of use.
Microsoft lays the foundation for the autonomic data center based on XML and an open framework. Time for a "FUDBust!"
This Edition: Top 11 Ways the world would be different if OS/2 had won the operating systems race; Get Your Hack On; Alternative Fuel.
We take a look at WARP Solutions 2063e Version 3 Edge Appliance, Tasman Networks Tasman 1004, WiMetrics WiSentry Wireless Access Point Detection System and AlertSite Transaction Recorder.
Given SCO's ability to fling a wrench into open-source development, enterprises will ask if the model is stable after all.
Serving Up SOAP
We taste-tested six application server and platform offerings, and chose Novell Extend for its seamless IDE integratiozn and enterprise-class feature set.
Be Nimble, But Be Safe
Web services give companies the ability to adjust to changing market conditions swiftly and economically. Here's why you should get on board.
New issue online
Hi folks. Sorry for the vacation from posts here. Coincidentally, I'm in the midst of a vacation. I'll be back in the midst next week. Until then, you're welcome to check out the first installment of our April 3rd issue...
If you've been following along you'll know that we recently moved our infrastructure over to our Cisco switches/routers. One of the things we've been doing is implementing our management network - hooking into the APC UPS and getting all the...
Kashya Makes Kopies
IP data replication startup lands $12M and emerges from stealth with Brocade partnership
Next up: CRM
Having finished up testing Web Services platforms now we're getting ready to test CRM solutions for NWC Inc. This is a cool review, because we'll be keeping the winner of this review as our CRM solution. We've been imaging our...
MaXXan Axxes Staff
Switch startup cut 20% of workforce last month, but says it's just moving into sales mode
It took the Alabama health group seven months to get its DWDM disaster recovery working
Complete Issue Online
Hi folks, just a note to let you know that the final instalment of our March 21st issue of Network Computing is online. In addition to the usual selection of stories, we have a very fine review of application-level firewalls...
This edition, we "bust" Microsoft's proposal to end DLL Hell through strong bonds between applications and DLLs.
Peeks at Redline Networks E|X 3250, Reliable Software Code Co-op 4.0, Shavlik Technologies HFNetChkPro 4.0 and Alcatel OmniPCX Enterprise.
WLAN Standards, Cisco-Style
Cisco needs to avoid even the appearance that it's thwarting standards, and by that measure, Cisco Compatible Extensions is a bad idea.
Shoot for the Moon
You can get good deals for your infrastructure dollars, but you must do your homework first. Investigate standards compliance and decide if you want to take the single-vendor or best-of-breed