N+I News for April 30th
Hot off the presses, here are some of today's announcements that caught our eye. Coyote Point today announced a May 12 ship date for Equalizer 7.0, a Layer 7-enabled upgrade of the company's intelligent load balancing appliance. New options include...
QLogic Rolls in Dough
Beats the Street with yet another stellar quarter, despite fears of a slowdown in HBA sector UPDATED 7PM
EMC, Cisco Do the Deed
EMC will resell the MDS 9000 switches, putting the finishing touch on Cisco's go-to-market strategy
Diligent Cracks Open
Intros virtualized tape backup software for open systems. But can it succeed without Hopkinton?
Network Computing's Best of Interop 2003
Thanks to all those who entered our yearly competition for the best technology to come out of the Networld+Interop show in Las Vegas. You'll find below the winners from this evening's ceremony. But we also invite you to log into...
We're sorry to announce that our video footage from last night's Well-Connected awards ceremony has been slightly delayed. But do not fear, we have posted below our own hand-picked, editors' choice uncommercials used in last night and last year's shows....
N+I News for April 29th
Hot off the presses, here are some of today's announcements that caught our eye. NETGEAR today announced the launch of a dual-band 802.11a+g VPN firewall solution, the NETGEAR ProSafe Dual-Band Wireless VPN firewall (FWAG114). With the ability to simultaneously support...
And the winner is...
We're pleased to bring you the winners of the 9th Annual Well-Connected Awards, live from Networld+Interop in Las Vegas Nevada. Below you'll find the winners of our seven technology categories. For more information, we invite you to visit our official...
N+I News for April 28th
Good evening folks. Before we get to the Well-Connected Awards winners later this evening (here on the Daily Blog), we thought you might enjoy a wrapup of the best press announcements from the opening day of Networld+Interop. Fluke Networks today...
IStor Seeks More Funding
IP storage startup looks for $10M to $15M Series B, hoping to put its iSCSI controller into beta by July
Clearing Database Network Clogs
Databases are more likely than ever to cause network congestion. We examine how to fine-tune the ways your client application queries the database so you can break up those bottlenecks.
Microsoft Redefines 'Sharing'
Redmond hopes their "Shared Source" initiative shows they're becoming more "open" and that you don't need open source. Unfortunately, it doesn't.
Speak Our Language
It's about selling an image, product be damned. Sort out the details later.
Bring On the Innovators
Even as profit margins narrow, innovators will pile in. Evidently, there's always room for more.
Should IT shops hire security personnel with criminal records?
Don't Panic. Plan
Connecting to the Internet means exposing your network to attackers, from script kiddies to skilled black hats. But the situation is not as dire as you might believe. We consulted
SurfControl Stamps Out IM
Their Instant Message Filter for controlling instant messaging and peer-to-peer traffic has caught the eye of the press, but not in a good way.
St. Bernard UpdateExpert 6.0, Winternals Recovery Manager, Iona Mobile Orchestrator
Arming Your Top Security Guns
Cenzic's Hailstorm Protocol Modeler isn't for everyone, but if you can swing the cost and know an RFC violation from a SQL disclosure vulnerability, it's the tool for you.
For Converged Networks, It's All In the Delivery
Today it's all about technologies that deliver audio, graphics, text and video in VoIP systems, multimedia presentations, training videos and executive communications to customers, employees and partners throughout the enterprise
Business Apps Land Starring Role
Business applications are no longer just tools to help you do business; in many cases, these complex pieces of software run your business.
Warehouse Data Earns Its Keep
MasterCard International's technology operation is best known for authorizing, clearing and settling transactions the moment a credit card is swiped. But it's how that information is processed when it reaches
We're on Our Way to the Utility Data Center
Among this dizzying array of products and technologies, we've identified some key trends of late--notably server consolidation and burgeoning support for the iSCSI protocols.
Management Apps Span a Widening Spectrum
Whether your CFO's buzzword du jour is ROI or TCO, network and systems management products must deliver immediate returns, or no sale. Find out which NSM products get our
The 9th Annual Well-Connected Awards
300. That's the number of products we estimate the editors of Network Computing evaluated in our Real-World Labs during the past year. Now, we're ready to award the best
Let the madness begin
Well, today begins our annual right of spring, Networld+Interop, where hordes of Network Computing editors converge on that small but tall town in Nevada. Keep your browser tuned to this page for news and photos from the show as well...
Zambeel Znuffed Out
The NAS startup has finally expired, though sources say it may restart as a software play
n+i 2003 comin' at ya
Hi folks. Just a heads up to let you know that our editors will be on hand in Las Vegas next week at the now yearly but still seminal networking show, Networld+Interop. Throughout the week, we'll post news, opinions, and...
Novell BrainShare Report
In case you missed out on the goings on at BrainShare 2003 last week, our intrepid contributor, James E. Drews has posted the following CliffsNotes-esque show report. Netware 6.5 is now in open beta (beta 3). I have had it...
Swing Shift The inside scoop on the staff changes at Byte and Switch