Getting Down & Dirty
With Holloween a month away, readers identify vendors who trick more than they treat
Microsoft To Patch Newest IE Flaw
Microsoft has confirmed a new, unpatched vulnerability in Internet Explorer, and promised to fix the problem with an update on Oct. 10.
Crossing the Line for XSS
A group of white-hat hackers exposed XSS flaws in major Websites this past week, but that's the good news
Review: Host Intrusion Prevention Products
Defense in depth is a good strategy that's getting easier to implement thanks to HIPS. We examined three host intrusion prevention products to get a taste of what this technology
New Media in the Enterprise
Blogs, wikis, podcasts and other new communications mechanisms improve interaction among employees, customers and business partners, but the transparency can put your business resources--not to mention your reputation--at risk.
Analysis: Metro Wi-Fi
City governments are offering metro wireless services with speeds and latency that can't be beat. We examine how metro Wi-Fi can fit into your mobile data access strategy.
Analysis: Host Intrusion Prevention
The bad guys want in; you want to keep them out. Host intrusion prevention promises a comprehensive strategy to replace firewalls, antivirus, anti-malware and network intrusion prevention. But can it
Rollout: ForeScout's CounterAct
This network access control product enforces complex policies and detects malicious behavior via continuous passive monitoring.
A Bad Call for IP Telephony
While conventional telecom providers will soon be able to cut costs, many VoIP service providers will be forced to increase them.
CommVault Extends Support
CommVault has increased its support for customers using virtualization, completing certification with VMware ESX 3.0
Power to Whom?
Is shifting backup responsibilities to end-users worth it?
Rollout: eTelemetry's Metron
Metron tracks down network slackers and miscreants and does so out-of-band, so users are unaware that Big Brother is watching.
REST (Representational State Transfer)
Overshadowed by SOAP, REST's appeal resides in its simpler and easier-to-implement architectural style--a big advantage when implementing services for static resources.
Malcolm Yates of Canonical
Canonical's ISV and partner manager, Malcolm Yates, talks about fast-growing Linux distro Ubuntu's place in the rapidly-evolving enterprise Linux ecosystem.
Startup's big promises to encrypt and manage data won't come cheaply
E911 for VoIP
Advancements in E911 for VoIP provide the same level of accurate location information to emergency responders we've come to expect from wired phones.
ScanSafe Hires Sales VP
ScanSafe announced that Bill Goldbach has joined the company's executive team as vice president of sales in North America
Interview: Chris Lyman of Fonality
Lyman discusses open-source PBX Asterisk's impact on the enterprise PBX market and about the challenges Fonality faced turning a relatively unproven, open-source application into a product capable of competing in
PatchLink Releases Exploit Fix
PatchLink is releasing a PatchLink-authored fix for customers worldwide to protect their networks from VML zero-day threats