SOHO Wireless Gateways
Wi-Fi is quickly becoming a fixture in a growing number of SOHO environments. Many of the devices are used for remote access into enterprise networks, and protecting them from wireless
Down To Business: Don't Forget Your End Users
Sometimes overlooked amid all the recent management scrutiny of tech spending is whether IT organizations are serving their other masters: The internal people who use the computers, networks, apps and
Enterprise Information Integration
In this edition we look at Ipedo's XIP 4.0, Apcon's IntellaPatch 288, AtomPark Software's Outlook Remote Access 1.10 and Expand Networks' ExpandView 3.0.
SmartCompany's Turbo 1.0
This .Net-supported smart client is subject to Microsoft vulnerabilities, but its pivot-table paradigm makes up for the time you spend patching.
Professional Development Strategies
Building a comprehensive training program for your IT staffers will pay off in higher morale and superior customer service. Learn how to implement those plans.
Minis Fall Short
H. Steward asks, "Why would I even consider the Mac Mini when I can get a nifty, ready-to-use PC laptop for the same price?"
Apple's Mac OS X 10.4
Improvements to the OS, including a better interface, new services, increased security, link aggregation and open-source support, give Mac users a needed boost.
Reality IT: The Burden of Spoof
Take a closer look at the causes of spam proliferation and learn some steps that enterprises can take to keep it to a minimum.
RFI Analysis: IP Contact Centers
Of the eight products we examined, our Editor's Choice provided our fictional thermal-management company a comprehensive mix of features as well as integration with legacy systems--all for a price that
Blogs are not just for blowhards anymore. We review five blogging packages that can suit a range of business sizes and budgets.
Recording ISOs Made Easy
Sometimes, the strangest things drive us to find interesting little utilities. I'm preparing for a test of Sun's Application Server 8.1 and NetBeans 4.1. The test bed requires Red Hat AS 3.0 Update 3. No problem, right? Just download the...
Quest's Search for Identity
Software vendor snaps up startup Vintela for $56.5 million, as the identity management feeding frenzy continues
An Era Already Ended
Soon, Hewlett-Packard will no longer have a chip on its shoulder -- its own chip, that is
This is rather creepy but creative advertising for VoIP....
Sun Moves To Buy StorageTek
Along with strengthening its position in information lifecycle management, Sun's acquisition of the data-storage vendor will created a powerhouse with $13 billion in annual sales of network computing and data
Red Hat Unveils Directory Server
Red Hat rolls an open-source directory server that's been developed for the company's Linux server and operating systems from Hewlett-Packard Co. and Sun Microsystems Inc.
Acopia Goes Remote
Looks to reach remote sites and companies that won't pay for bigger boxes
Novell's Uphill Comeback Trail
It has a strong Linux strategy, a loyal customer following, and solid new product offerings. Can Novell rise from the ashes of NetWare to reclaim its former leadership status?
Tripping On Power
Blade systems, 1U servers, and high-density storage systems are straining the power and cooling capabilities of data centers. Here's practical advice on what you can do about it.
Ultra Wideband's Ultrawide Ambition
UWB is finally here, but its enterprise uses are still limited by interoperability problems and a focus on home networking. (Originally published in IT Architect)