How one studio uses a SAN to add special effects to Hollywood movies
Startup banks on innovative sales strategy to try to survive in a sea of SAN competition
Dueling Hackers Sparked Bagle, Netsky Worm Blitz
Security analysts are asking themselves whether the wave of malicious worms that began traversing the Internet Friday and continued their blitz Tuesday was a coordinated attack or mischievous coincidence.
Former WorldCom Chief Ebbers Indicted
Former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers has been indicted on federal charges stemming from the multibillion dollar accounting scandal at the telecommunications giant.
NetOP Remote Control Now Runs From USB Flash Drives
CrossTec Communications on Tuesday updated its NetOP Remote Control application, featuring improvements in security and the ability to load the remote software on USB-based drives for easier deployment in the
Why EV1Servers.net Bought SCO License
EV1Servers.net, a division of Everyones Internet Inc., has become the first Linux user to publicly buy into The SCO Group's intellectual-property licensing plan.
PARC Automates WLAN Security, Interoperability
The Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) - the folks that invented laser printing and the graphical user interface - said Tuesday they have developed technologies that simplify and automate wireless
HP Adds Opteron-Based Servers To Its Lineup
Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s Opteron chip gained momentum last week when Hewlett-Packard became the third top-tier server vendor to offer systems featuring the 32-bit chip with 64-bit capabilities, providing increased
Alcatel Enters Enterprise WLAN Market
The enterprise WLAN market became more crowded Monday as French telecom infrastructure vendor Alcatel announced it is shipping wireless switches, appliances and access points. It said it will add voice-over-WLAN
Q & A With Virtela CEO Vab Goel
Virtela Communications CEO and Norwest Venture Partners VC Vab Goel weighs in on the benefits of outsourced network services, and why Juniper's purchase of Netscreen is not the start of
Let MS Secure your Mac
You've really got to be careful when you use stock art these days. Take for example Microsoft's Events and Webcasts page, which sports a happy looking bloke, starring into what is obviously an Apple Titanium PowerBook.
Computing On Demand
There are two major issues with "pay for what you use". The first is that you cannot -- in an online world -- always predict what you are going to use. It's not under your control. If the advertising or...
Data Center Challenges
One of the biggest challenges that the data center manager has today is convincing his own management that data is valuable. Data center managers also have to be prepared for anything. In the last few years we have been designing...