Google Hacked... by Google?
Google Hacking is the popular sport of using Google's giant cache and index to discover files or applications that the administrators might not have realized were public. There are whole databases (Johnny Long maintains the most well known) that track...
Three days in Vegas makes it abundantly clear: Spending big is back in style
3Tera Adds Features for Grid
3Tera adds application monitoring and multi-CPU scalability to AppLogic utility computing platform for SAAS and Web 2.0 customers
Interop 2007 - 3G in Sin City
Put 20,000 techies into Las Vegas for Interop 2007, add 50,000 BlackBerry addicted real estate professionals (attending the 2007 ICSC show) and you get a perfect storm for cellular carriers. During this year's Interop show myself and Contributing Editor Jameson...
How Are We Doing?
Dark Reading's annual reader survey gives you a chance to tell us what we're doing right - and wrong
FCoE: The Latest Standard We Don't Need
FCoE is either the long-awaited common infrastructure that can run standard network and storage applications or the last gasp of the Fibre Channel industry about to drown in the
Analysis: Mobility Apps
Enterprise IT is under increasing pressure to support mobile applications, partner with carriers and develop new support models. We examine the technology trends and drivers and help you determine the
App Vendors: Virtualize or Get Out!
Virtualization is the most important technology to hit the data center since 32-bit computing got cheap. App vendors that value their customers should be supporting it.
Java Returns to the Desktop
At the recent JavaOne show, Sun Microsystems unveiled JavaFX, a desktop-scripting environment for Java browser apps.
A Look at Blue Lane VirtualShield
We put Blue Lane VirtualShield to the test and found its unique patching approach an effective way to protect against remotely exploitable vulnerabilities targeting VMware.
Analysis: Fixed Wireless
Even as most connectivity options get faster and cheaper, linking cross-town--or even cross-campus--locations remains a budget buster. Is today's fixed wireless the answer?
Review: Point-to-Point Systems
Today's point-to-point systems are cost-effetive alternatives to typical leased lines or running fiber. We examined five radios from Alvarion, Motorola and Proxim, testing throughput, latency, VoIP/QoS and configuration tools. Find
HP Teams With Cisco
HP expands high-performance computing offering with InfiniBand Solutions from Cisco
Best of Interop Winners
The stakes were high and the action hot this week at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas when the 2007 Best of Interop Award Winners were announced. Find
Ethernet Goes Green
The IEEE's Energy Efficient Ethernet group is studying how to cut Ethernet's power requirements through a technology called Rapid PHY Selection. But there are a number of hurdles to overcome.
Next-Gen Wi-Fi Nears Takeoff
The Wi-Fi Alliance announces the first products certified to the speedier next-generation 802.11n wireless standard.
Data De-Dupe Hits Storage
Network Appliance has announced the first iteration of data de-duplication technology for primary storage.
Air Time: Understanding 802.11 Interference
Under conditions of heavy network utilization and co-channel interference, today's wireless LAN products behave unpredictably. Over time, these problems will become more critical.
Rollout: Cisco Systems 7921G phone
The Cisco 7921G aims to make employees more productive by offering in-building mobility. Its new dual-band support means fewer problems with wireless interference.
Rollout: MValent Integrity
Integrity helps prevent application failure by creating standards for automating the configuration of an entire app infrastructure. But watch out for its complexity.
Microsoft TCG/TNC Announcement
While at Interop, I had the chance to talk to Stephen Hanna, Distinguished Engineer at Juniper and Co-chair of the Trusted Computing Group Trusted Network Connect working group and Paul Mayfield, Group Product Manager for Enterprise Networking. (now you see...