Partners: Sun Job Cuts A Good Start
Sun Microsystems says it is planning steep cuts in headcount and costs in order to return to profitability, leaving its channel partners wondering why the vendor hadn't done that long
Vonage May Face A Class-Suit
Non-savvy investors who got sucked into Vonage's disastrous IPO may have help on the way --- a class-action suit. Legal eagles (or is that vultures?) are circling the IPO, looking for grounds for a suit....
Ceragon Networks Doubles Gigabit Ethernet Speed
Calling it a breakthrough in wireless Gigabit Ethernet, Israel-based Ceragon Networks Ltd. has introduced a product that doubles the speed of wireless communications for wireless and cellular carriers that want
IP PBX Revenue Set To Skyrocket: Survey
The inexorable move from circuit switching technology to packet switching technology for PBXs continues worldwide, according to a new survey which forecasts that IP PBX revenue will jump 82% between
The Ultimate Vendor Lock In
Apple has always managed to keep itself financially strong despite its propensity for locking consumers into its peculiar view of the world. But this probably goes just a bit too far......
Review: Treo 700p
Palm has boosted performance, improved and increased memory, and made a host of improvements to the Treo line. This is quite possibly the best smartphone you can buy anywhere.
Survey: HSDPA Networks To Double By End Of 06
The number of High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) enabled third generation mobile networks deployed has doubled over the past six months and reached 100, spread across 49 countries, mostly
EMS versus EII
It's the battle of the "E"s in the technology ring as Enterprise Mashup Services (EMS) start intruding on the Enterprise Information Integration (EII) space....
Unix and Linux Security Administration
This edition looks at Symark PowerKeeper -- a Unix and Linux security and administration product. We also spotlight Wily Technology's Introscope 7.0, Ontrack's Powercontrols 4.1 and Lumigent Technologies' Audit DB
Crash Course: Wireless Site Surveys
Before setting up your wireless LAN, you must map it out. But as WLANs become more complex, so do those pesky wireless site surveys. We give you a rundown of
The power of presence and Web analytics are combined in a single nonintrusive service that provides real-time analysis of marketing campaign effectiveness.
Feds to AT&T and ISPs: We Want All of Your Data
Here's one more reason to worry about federal intrusions into your Internet activities: The FBI and Attorney General Alberto Gonzales are both urging ISPs to keep records about customer Internet activities for two years, so that the feds can get...
Symantec Patches AV Flaw In Five Days
A stack overflow in the Cupertino, Calif. security company's Client Security 3.0 and 3.1, and its AntiVirus Corporate Edition 10.0 and 10.1, have been fully patched.
Review: TiVo Series2 DT DVR
It's the same TiVo you know and love, but with the new ability to record two channels at once, plus some other welcomed features.
Microsoft Names Vista Browser IE 7+
Microsoft has gaven its Windows Vista browser a new name, officially dubbing it Internet Explorer 7+ as a way to set it off from the edition for Windows XP.
Cell Phone-Only Trend Speeds Convergence
As more employees use mobile devices as their primary work telephones, enterprise telecom managers will increasingly move toward converging fixed-line and mobile networks, a new study says.
Painful Privacy Lessons
Since the theft of a disk containing names, social security numbers, and birth dates for more than 26 million veterans from the home of a Veterans Affairs data analyst was made public last week, the outcry over the agency's failure to guard the privacy of what are effectively its most valued customers has continued non-stop. VA Inspector General George Opfer confessed at a Senate hearing last week that supervisors of the VA d
STMicro Unveils RFID
STMicroelectronics announced the availability of two new 2048-bit 'long range' RFID memory products
Microsoft's LCS: The New IP PBX?
Barbara Darrow reports today that Microsoft will finally clarify its plans next month to turn Live Communications Server (LCS) into a next-generation telephony server. Details are to be released at Microsoft's unified communications event in June....