Final installment online
We've published the final installment of our September 4th issue, featuring an assault on QoS Policies by Mike DeMaria and a workshop on backing up Active Directory by Dan Wohlbruck. Enjoy. As always, you can grab the entire contents of...
Storability Snags $7M
SRM startup says its final round of funding will tide it over to breakeven next year
It's using Veritas and HDS replication software to ensure non-stop service
Roads? Who Needs Roads?
Grab your Martini (shaken, not stirred of course) and rejoice -- the Aquada is here! The slick new sports car doubles as a speed boat, as was demonstrated yesterday when it went from the banks of the Thames River in...
So much for my 20-Disc CD Changer
Folks used to say Compact Discs would never replace cassettes and records. Then came the dreaded day I had to sit my mom down and explain to her that I couldn't find "Three Tenors Invade Saskatchewan" on anything but a...
We don't need no stinking updates
Now that Microsoft is caching its Windows update service from here to kalamazoo over the Akamai network, users are at last safe from that nasty Blaster worm. According to the fine folks at the The Sydney Morning Herald , however,...
Ok, everyone breath easy
From Spacetoday.net: Updated orbit calculations based on new observations have eliminated any chance that a newly-discovered asteroid will collide with the Earth in 2014. You say Tomato, I say Tomatoe. You say millimeter, I say 0.04 inches?...
The Billion-Dollar Slump
The Billion-Dollar Slump Think VC funding has dried up? Storage startups received more than $1 billion in the past 12 months
Nielsen Media Research
Plans to consolidate nine SANs with 12 (count 'em, 12!) Brocade SilkWorm 12000s and AppIQ software
Most IT problems stem from a combination of technical and social issues--and so do the potential solutions.
Siemens OpenScape Suite 1.0; ISSS Stopzilla 3.0; Red Gate Software SQL Data Compare 3; and Neon Software CyberGauge 5.0.
Pushing the Wrong Button On Spam
The head of the Federal Trade Commission, Timothy J. Muris, spoke out recently against a proposed nationwide do-not-spam registry.
NIP Attacks in the Bud
If you know what you're looking for, network intrusion-prevention devices can warn you of impending attacks and prevent at least some of them from happening.
Inside NIP Hype
There's a sales blitz being launched by network intrusion-prevention suppliers, while skeptical pundits drop 'don't buy it' bombs. Take cover, and be vigilant.
Does QoS Deliver?
If you need your data packets in 30 milliseconds or less, it's time to implement network Quality of Service policies.
New Issue Online
Happy Labor Day all. Officially, we're off the clock today, enjoying the sun, surf and sand (Okay, techincally it's cold and raining here in NYC, and I'm posting this in my dark and dismal basement home office -- but I...