Grab a Mop and Bucket
Afternoon everyone, As promised, we've "swept up" all the entries from this issue's last mile that just couldn't fit on the back page. Top 11 signs your server room needs a spring cleaning. The latest copy of Win 3.11 is...
Slow down there Nelly!
In response to the current supposition that the newly christened 802.11g specification scales back throughput to maintain compatibility with 802.11b devices, Robert G. Moskowitz offers the following advice to those interested in 802.11g. Why are people so paranoid of standards...
New issue online
Hi everyone. Sorry for the delay (holiday weeks are just killers). We've posted the first installment of our May 29th issue, featuring an in-depth look at security policy monitoring by Mike Fratto. In addition to the normal story, you can...
AT&T Puts Hands on SANs
Pumps up business continuity offerings with storage transport service. Does it go the distance?
Everything is vulnerable
It seems everything electronic these days is vulnerable to exploitation. And even though I'm on vacation, such vulnerabilities can't be ignored. Thanks to Tim Heagarty CISSP, MCSE for pointing out that our new Axis Network Camera was vulnerable in a...
This edition: His wife is pregnant, but his employer won't let him take leave. Can the FMLA help? Also -- Convincing the boss that telecommuting is justified.
Even the most comprehensive security policy won't save you if you don't have the means to crush noncompliance.
Paging Dr. Watson...
Microsoft's error-reporting tool is a nice gesture, but the key question is: Do you really want to share information with them?
The seven products we tested all ensure compliance, but BindView giveS you a bird's eye view of your computing resources.
We look at AlterPoint DeviceAuthority 1.1, Castle Rock Computing SNMPc Workgroup and Enterprise 6.0, F5 Networks iControl Services Manager and Neon Software LANsurveyor 7.1
A Very Good Year
Windows Server 2003 is exceptionally stable, but cost savings may not be quite what Redmond claims.
Chasing the On-Demand Data Center
HP is attempting to leverage its merger with Compaq to create integrated, highly flexible IT solutions. Problem is, not every company is on a level with them.
Desktop Management Enlightenment
With key features such as policy-based management of user accounts, ZENworks can help you manage and keep an accurate inventory of your diverse desktops, operating systems and applications.
E-Mail Without Wires
Wouldn't it be nice if your e-mail followed you, accessible whenever you want and wherever you go? That's some powerful stuff.
ATTO Lets Some Go
Axes 16% of workforce - cutting 24 employees - in its first-ever layoff, source says
Legato Gets Leaner
Latest layoffs cut 5% to 6% of workforce, as Legato tries to rein in costs UPDATED 5/22 12PM
New York Mercantile Exchange puts in 100-Gbit/s DWDM link to a fully redundant backup site
Scale8 Scales Down
Distributed NAS startup looks to sell its intellectual property after VCs pull plug, sources say
Cisco Goes Top Shelf
Cisco Goes Top Shelf Disclosures about Andiamo options show it's either very confident or very deluded
Back on track
Well, reinstalling fixed my authentication problem with the CRM app. I was able to turn IIS authentication back on and viola! Instant sign-on. Phew! There is a key in the registry that appears to turn this on and off, but...
Editor's Survey: Desktop Management
We're putting together a desktop management solution review, and to help Mike DeMaria (the author of that review) solidify his thinking and approach to testing, we would like to ask for your advice and thoughts. Please take a moment to...