Everything Old is Time Warner Again...
Call them anything you like, just don't call them AOL Time Warner. Faster than their dwindling subscriber base, the company is dropping the "AOL" part of their name....
Elias Flees HP
Former storage GM Howard Elias has resigned - and sources say he may be headed to EMC
Stop Spam: Give Spammers Money!
Ever see the movie "LA Story" with Steve Martin? There's a scene where he and his love interest are on line at an ATM. Meanwhile, there's a second line next to the AMT comprised of muggers. When Steve gets his...
I hate CLI0621E
This error is the bane of my existence. I hate it. With a passion. I'm in the process of upgrading to WAS 5.0 and of course something had to go wrong. The application deployed beautifully, all looks well and then...
The Un-Telephone Companies
Vonage and other providers that deliver phone services over IP are renouncing the name "telephone company" and the regulations that go along with it.
Technology Troubles? Bring 'em On
While spammers always have new tricks up their sleeves, legitimate developers are working just as hard, if not harder, to beat them at their dirty games.
McData's SAN Grab
McData recently announced intentions not only to buy two promising start-ups and invest in a third, but also to remain a serious player in the SAN market.
The Simple Network Management Protocol's new modular architecture and secure-management features in version 3 make adding onto the protocol easier, plus the protocol now encrypts management traffic so that SNMP
Do It Cheap, Do It Now
The mission: Build the Navy's knowledge-management portal quickly, inexpensively and without the help of staff technologists. Luckily, the Navy found an ally in its vendor.
The Navy's new knowledge-management portal gives sailors a collaborative training network to assess and sharpen their skills while keeping brass in touch with the rank and file.
Panning for Gold
Retrieving lost data is like searching for gold nuggets. An enterprise search engine can spare you time and expense, and may even generate precious revenue. CSIRO's Panoptic sparkles with superior
Wiring Closet in Blue
We've really been enjoying the posts you've made to our MoblogIT server. We've seen smashed cars, trashed wiring closets and rather odd infrastructure choices. Thanks for sending them in! Here's this week's pick of the litter, a rather flowing example...
New Issue Online
Hi folks. We've just posted our September 18th issue of Network Computing, featuring a new episode of On Location in which Dave Joachim and Jonathan Feldman take to the high seas with the U.S. Navy to learn their training secrets....
ILM Remains Illusory
Vendors are trumpeting information lifecycle management, but it's elusive in the real world
Sun Changes iSCSI Tune
Sun apparently thinks IP SANs are not a 'mistake' anymore, as it certifies EqualLogic arrays
We asked our readers to submit their best lame excuses for holding a LAN Gaming Party in the office. By the responses, it sounds like some of our submitters may have actually used them in practice. The Top 11 can...
Too Much Information
We tested six SIM tools and found that, for the most part, they deliver on their promises -- for a price.
As you're probably aware, today marks the second anniversary of the September 11th attacks upon our country. Two years have elapsed since we all woke up to what we thought was going to be just another ordinary work day, and...
PMC Dips 4-Gig FC Chips
Starts sampling 4-Gig Fibre Channel silicon. But will the technology make it into the SAN fabric?
Dear Open Source Community
CEO and purported owner of the UNIX Operating System, Darl McBride, posted a friendly missive today on SCO's site, encouraging all followers of Open Source to play nice. Here's a six-point summary: Open Source has its roots in hackers and...