Auspex Shuts Down
NAS vendor files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and lays off most of its employees
Top Ten Freshened Up
We've reshuffled the Top Ten Private Companies deck. Who made the cut this go-round?
The Good, The Bad and the way too real
Exchange stopped working again. I thought perhaps it was connectivity issues with our ADS server, so I did what any good MS network admin does: I rebooted the ADS server, waited five minutes, and then rebooted the mail server. It...
Nishan CTO Cuts Out
IP storage switch startup loses CTO and VP of engineering Chris Eidler. No big deal?
New content online
Hi everyone, We've published the final installment of our April 17th issue today, featuring a review by Dave Molta and Dilip Advani of handheld WLAN analyzers and a workshop on SIP by Peter Morrissey. Plus, we've got the following online...
HP Opens Doors to CASA
It's not wedded to Brocade: HP plans to adapt CASA to work with switches from Cisco and others
Who's In at InterSAN?
SAN management startup searches for new CEO, looking to reach the proverbial 'next level'
So one in five us us has a life?
A recent poll by the nonprofit Pew Internet and American Life Project discovered that one in five Americans do not go online, and have no plans to ever do so. And while there's still plenty of folks who are signing...
Re: your last email
No doubt, your morning ritual is very much like mine -- it includes wasting anywhere between one to five minutes (sometimes more) sorting through emails, weeding out the actual, important ones from the aggravating Spam. And have you READ some...
Candera in the Wind
Claims 'network storage controller' works with slew of vendors, but stays mum on box's details
EMC's Back in Black
Posts small Q1 profit due to cost-cutting and unexpectedly strong demand for high-end DMX line
In the midst of a review...
We're well under way of our review of CRM products for NWC Inc. We're feeling the pain of integration and scrutinizing each product as we know you'll be interacting with it eventually. The biggest problem seems to be that the...
EMC Sucks Up Astrum
Consolidation in the SRM space continues as Hopkinton makes stealthy buy. What's its strategy?
PMC Goes Loopy
Chipmaker claims its FC Arbitrated Loop port-bypass controllers allow fancy features
Scanning the Airwaves
Handheld wireless LAN analyzers put monitoring and troubleshooting data about your WLAN directly into your field technicians' hands. We examined four of them and bestowed top honors to AirMagnet's
Invest in a Cable Tester
The best insurance for your network is testing, cable by cable. Today's slick standards-based Cable testers ferret out bad wiring.
We take peeks at NetVision Integrated Security Policy Management 4.0, KnowledgeBase Solutions KnowledgeBase.net 3.0, Interwoven OpenDeploy 5.6 and Sarvega XESOS Studio.
Las Vegas' MacCarran International airport has more than recouped its investment in common-use equipment, leading the way for other U.S. airports to eliminate proprietary airline systems that track flights, passengers
It's Time To Take a Look At SIP
Session Initiation Protocol is finally here, and it works. We examine how this versatile signaling protocol can help you set up collaborative multimedia conferencing and voice enabled e-commerce.
Cyclades' PM8 gives administrators secure remote access to power management.
You have to continually evaluate new products so you know the options -- should you need to make a change.
First-Class IT Service
McCarran International Airport's management's commitment to customers, as evidenced in the success of its CUTE program, holds the promise of new initiatives -- from a gigabit network to secure wireless
Most organizations will not realize the benefits IT can provide until they adjust their business practices.
2003 Server Mystery
Microsoft is encouraging customers to migrate to Windows Server 2003, but it's not clear why they should.
Microsoft asks federal appeals court to reverse a lower court's ruling that requires Microsoft to include Sun's Java with Windows XP.