After a three-day Exchange server outage, the college went with a NetApp NAS filer
The Next Revolution in VPNs
Frame relay can do most things that the new network-based VPNs' can do. But NB-VPNs' reduced pricing structure -- they reduce the number of circuits and are easier to budget
A MoM with SMARTS
We tested five managers of managers and found Smarts' InCharge Solution Suite does the best job of delivering on its root cause promises.
Managers of managers are hot. But talk about high maintenance. Consider implementing a MoM when your networked applications' downtime costs your company big bucks.
Rendezvous on the LAN Side
Apple's new auto-IP-services discovery protocol will reduce administrative overhead and user training/notifications.
It has billions of dollars riding on two Brocade SilkWorm 12000s. What sealed the deal?
Consider the organizational impact of cell phones. Now think bigger. A lot bigger.
Experience for Sale
How do you know a so-called expert can do what he says he'll do and that you're not the real-world facility for some consultant-in-training?
Hold the IP Phone
Would you keep your main server in the lobby with an open terminal for anyone to access? No way. But some companies are being nearly as careless by not securing
WSCI vs. WSFL vs. BPML. Let the battle for control of Web services specs begin!
In Search of the Enterprise
Internet-oriented search engines are now setting their sights on enterprises. Before signing on with one, analyze your documents and your needs so you don't wind up with a pricey search
The Hole Truth
Companies rarely admit to security breaches in the first place, much less reveal details that others would find helpful.
NetSec 2002 Computer Security Conference & Exhibition in San Francisco last month featured the introduction of comprehensive security packages that proactively check for weaknesses.
Giving You the Business
Rather than view your business peers as naive outsiders, try approaching them as a trusted adviser would. Show them you're on the same team.
Before calling in the experts, do your research and get the best consultant for the job. Then be prepared to manage that relationship. here's what you need to know.
Sun's new low-cost offerings makes it easy to move the enterprise into Web services.
Survey Says...? Tell us what you'd like to see on our first user survey
German bank picks StoreAge to escape IBM lock-in and lower its storage management costs
City of Pforzheim
German Stadt took the plunge into virtualization to stop wasting storage resources
Agere Plays Its Hotspot Card
Agere's entry legitimizes the hotspot market, and most of the customers for this kind of product -- particularly carriers enticed with transparent billing -- want to deal with established wireless
Cover Your Assets, Web Style
To keep your company's Internet-facing data safe, you must determine how much protection is needed for each of your assets.
Aim for Corporate Instant Messaging
What if you could set up your own AIM server with help from the company that invented IM? With AOL's plan to offer a stable server for millions of AIM
Standards Under Siege
While developers are beginning to code and verify their sites against W3C standards, many vendors are not keeping up with standards. What's worse, they're not implementing those standards correctly.
This week, we look at PoliVec Solution Suite, St. Bernard iPrism 3.2, Agere Systems Orinoco Wireless LAN Manager and AppForge MobileVB.
To address the ever-growing need in data centers for fast, reliable backup and recovery, StorServer has released the S10000, an attractive, scalable, affordable backup appliance.
Where The Gloves Come Off
To align IT with business goals, Life time created committees for techs and execs. IT planning will never be the same.
And Now For the Heavy Lifting
Health club Operator Life Time Fitness pumped up its IT department with a $25 million software project. The potential payoff is huge, but is the investment too much too soon?
Feeling the Heat in Redmond
The chink in Microsoft's armor remains the high TCO of its software, and not just the indirect costs customers bear for system downtime, security holes and technology lock-in.