Boston Red Sox
Team scraps HP server and hits the road with extra EMC Clariion
Unveils data classification software tackling structured as well as unstructured data
Intel's Best Chip Shot
Intel system builders are predicting the processor giant is poised to gain ground against rival Advanced Micro Devices as a result of the new Intel VPro business desktop platform, price
Welcome to the Interop 2006 Video Blog (VIDEO)
There's a lot going on at Interop 2006, and whether you can make it to the show or not, be sure to stop here for the NWC Interop Video Blog to catch all the happenings. We have almost a dozen...
Top Pol: Net Neutrality Is "Like Pornography"
How low will opponents of net neutrality go? Into the gutter, it seems. Rep. Joe Barton, Congress's chief enemy of net neutrality and best friend of AT&T, claims net neutrality is "kind of like pornography: You know it when you...
After the Flush
Storage vendors' first-quarter blues could be worse than usual this year
Alcatel Posts Profit Decline
The report indicates that the tough competitive landscape among telecommunications infrastructure suppliers is intensifying across-the-board in the sector.
One of the most startling pieces of news I've seen on the tech side recently was the decision by Citigroup last week to rate Dell stock as a "sell." Turns out that in the ever-twisted world of Wall Street, Dell's...
Vista To Handcuff Firewall
Microsoft plans to turn off half the firewall in Windows Vista when the new operating system ships later this year because it doesn't think most users need all the firewall's
Avocent to Acquire LANDesk
Here's a merger that was completely unexpected and out of left field. Avocent, makers of KVM and remote access products, is purchasing LANDesks, a desktop management vendor
Altiris Talks Virtualization
Recently, I conducted a podcast interview with Christine Ewing from Altiris. They traditionally have focused on desktop and system management. A new product has come down the pipe, Software Virtualization Solution (SVS). It's a "virtual machine" that works at the...
Handheld Device Market Shriveling
The relentless plummet continued with the market dropping 22.3 percent from the same quarter in the previous year, according to an IDC report released Thursday.
Municipal Wi-Fi: A Devil's Choice
Free municipal Wi-Fi networks may sound like a good idea, but this article serves as a good reminder of what folks should really expect from their government's efforts....
A Television In Every Pocket?
Video and television on mobile devices are pushing into the consumer market, but exerpts agree putting a television in every pocket won't happen overnight.
AdRem Intros NetCrunch 4
AdRem announced a major upgrade to its NetCrunch solution for the agentless monitoring of heterogeneous networks
DR Picks Up Steam
Disaster recovery tools, services, and customers are busting out all over
Has IE7 Caught Firefox?
The latest build of Internet Explorer 7 has our reviewer wondering if IE has finally caught up with Firefox. We explored a similar idea recently in the Daily Spin, drawing
Net Neutrality Debate Heats Up
Congress continued to debate network neutrality Wednesday as a group opposing companies' push for tiered access gained momentum.
Microsoft Plugs IE Add-Ons With New Site
Before now, many IE add-ons, which include toolbars, download managers, pop-up blockers, and multimedia plug-ins, were spread throughout Microsoft's massive site.
97 Percent Fail Spyware Sniff Test
Just 3 out of 100 Internet users are able to sniff out sites ready to drop spyware or adware onto their computers, a security firm says.
CA's Bad Week
In recent months, CA has made great efforts to put the company's very troubled past behind it and move forward with a new chief executive and a new vision. The company went so far as to abandon its old Computer Associates moniker in hopes, I am guessing, of also shedding its tarnished image with the name. CA's moves were welcomed by its customers, industry observers, and by partners - who often described having a strained relationship with the systems management software giant.
Enterasys announced the appointment of Michael Fabiaschi as President and Chief Executive Officer