Expert Analysis
Content posted in July 2003
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Bright Side of the Labor Numbers
Commentary  |  7/7/2003  | 
Management and HR consultants are predicting a talent war that will make the late '90s job market look tame.
The Real Cost of VoIP
News  |  7/7/2003  | 
Our comprehensive, real-user RFP reveals that there's a lot more to VoIP than just the price of the equipment.
Brand new issue online
Commentary  |  7/6/2003  | 
Hi everyone. We've just published the first part of our July 10th issue, featuring an extensive analysis of current legislation affecting IT by Sean Doherty. You can also use your Real Player to hear Sean discuss the notions of accountability...
4-Gig Fireworks
News  |  7/4/2003  | 
The majority of respondents to our recent poll say 4-Gbit/s FC is about to take off in a big way
Candera Unveils Controller
News  |  7/4/2003  | 
Now we know what Candera's been working on, but still not what it'll cost. Will customers bite?
Adaptec's Revenues Abate
News  |  7/3/2003  | 
Vendor's stock tumbles after it slashes revenue forecast. Is a decline in SCSI to blame?
Fujitsu Packs in 10GigE
News  |  7/3/2003  | 
Its switch chip reaches new heights for 10-Gig Ethernet, but will it cut prices as much as claimed?
Happy Independance Day!
Commentary  |  7/3/2003  | 
We will be taking a few days off to enjoy the holiday, Lori is already on her way to Wisconsin's Northwoods for some camping and fishing relaxation. I will be spending some time with my wife and my parents this...
Attack of the Clones
Commentary  |  7/3/2003  | 
If you've been following the Star Wars Kid saga of intrigue, poor poor choreography and betrayal, you have no doubt downloaded the Remix and Reloaded rendition of this classic piece of do-it-yourself footage. But have you seen the handiwork...
EMC Chews & Swallows BMC Unit
News  |  7/3/2003  | 
Storagemaker acquires BMC's abandoned storage management software, only to discontinue it
Cisco Touts Storage-Over-IP Project
News  |  7/3/2003  | 
Unveils real-life example of the technology being used in high performance project UPDATED 7/3 8AM
Can $35M Save Sanera?
News  |  7/2/2003  | 
Who needs McData? Sanera's chairman says the company always meant to stay independent
Will Network for Food
Commentary  |  7/2/2003  | 
Not too long ago, we asked you to submit your signs that times are tough in your IT department. Things must really be tough, because you responded in droves. The Top 11 that made us laugh the most can be...
TMS Torches SSD Storage
News  |  7/2/2003  | 
Claims its new solid-state disk offers the world's fastest storage. But can anyone afford it?
Santel Has Left the (Telecom) Building
News  |  7/2/2003  | 
Santel Networks brings in a new CEO, adds a board member, and hightails it out of telecom
Bad Searches
Commentary  |  7/1/2003  | 
Thanks to Gary Pultz for pointing out that a blank search in NWC's "Catalog-o-widgets" returned a terrible faux pas page, complete with a Java stack trace. The fix was minor, so I ran on out and fixed it up. In...
UniTrends Unleashes Mass Replication
News  |  7/1/2003  | 
Are the masses ready for cheap, asynchronous, remote replication of entire server farms?
Eye on the Servers
News  |  7/1/2003  | 
NetBotz's WallBotz 500 offers near-human security and monitoring.
Nauticus Simplifies Load Balancing
News  |  7/1/2003  | 
Its N2000 uses virtual switching to provide consolidation.
Keeping Time With Your Network
News  |  7/1/2003  | 
Think time is on your side? That depends on whether you synchronize the clocks of your network devices, servers and workstations.
The IT Agenda: Stay the Course
Commentary  |  7/1/2003  | 
Keep your technical skills sharp, don't play politics, and go do what you were hired to do.
CoreStreet's Real Time Credentials Validation Authority
News  |  7/1/2003  | 
Use RTVCA to validate digital certificates and update other user permissions.
Palm Rebounds With Tungsten C
News  |  7/1/2003  | 
Wi-Fi plus fast processor put Palm back in the game.
Veritas Picks Up Precise
News  |  7/1/2003  | 
After months of talk, the acquisition's done at last. But how will Veritas fare at the application level?
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