Expert Analysis
Content tagged with Networking posted in January 2004
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IBM Memo Advocates Move To Linux On Internal PCs
News  |  1/9/2004  | 
In an internal memo that reached the Internet, an IBM Corp. executive challenges company employees to abandon Microsoft operating systems by the end of next year.
The Most Influential Companies In IT Today
News  |  1/9/2004  | 
A look at 60 companies providing the strongest vision, market leadership and technology innovation.
Linux Is One of This Year's Top Trends
News  |  1/9/2004  | 
What's hot in 2004? Linux in the data center, according to Forrester Research. Also pretty warm: offshore outsourcing and RFID.
Storage Market Smokin'
News  |  1/9/2004  | 
The choices IT managers have had to make in this tricky economy aren't hurting the storage market any. A look at an IDC study tells the tale: Storage-software sales are
Dell Warns Of Technology Commoditization
News  |  1/8/2004  | 
The commoditization of IT equipment will accelerate in the years ahead, according to Michael Dell, chairman and chief executive of Dell Inc. And many companies that generate much of their revenue from proprietary products face an uncertain future as customers...
Mass. Open Source Vs. Proprietary Software Battle Heats Up
News  |  1/8/2004  | 
The Massachusetts state government's attempt to push open source software is being challenged by one state lawmaker who is questioning the state IT leadership's actions.
Liberate Us From Land Lines
News  |  1/8/2004  | 
As journalists, we're theoretically impartial observers of the fields we cover. But I can't help cheering for announcements like today's top news story, about Verizon's plan to take its 3G
Linksys Ships Small Business VPN Router
News  |  1/8/2004  | 
Linksys, a division of networking giant Cisco, rolled out a new Ethernet-based VPN router it's aiming at small businesses.
Verizon Wireless To Launch National 3G Data Net
News  |  1/8/2004  | 
Verizon Wireless announced Thursday plans to expand its wireless high-speed data service across the country, with many large cities scheduled to be online this summer.
Apple Co-Founder Wozniak, Motorola To Develop Tracking Products
News  |  1/8/2004  | 
Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer Inc., and Motorola Inc. on Thursday said they will work together in developing wireless products for tracking people, pets and things.
Distance Learning: Still A Ways Away For Some
News  |  1/8/2004  | 
Distance learning is coming, but its time has not come for all of us.
Microsoft Reorganizes E-Business Server Group
News  |  1/8/2004  | 
Microsoft has confirmed a shakeup within the company's e-business server group.
Windows Server 2003 For Opteron Gets Wider Test
News  |  1/7/2004  | 
Microsoft has gone public with the beta of its Windows Server 2003 for AMD's Opteron 64-bit processor.
Novell Readies Remote Office Network Services Software
News  |  1/7/2004  | 
Novell on Wednesday said it will soon start shipping Nterprise Branch Office 2, a software appliance that lets a company's central IT staff provide network services to remote office locations.
Dell Warns Of Technology Commoditization, Sees IT Pick-Up
News  |  1/7/2004  | 
The commoditization of IT equipment will accelerate in the years ahead, according to Michael Dell, chairman and chief executive of Dell Inc.
$59 Million Acquisition Propels Veritas Further Into Utility Computing
News  |  1/7/2004  | 
Veritas Software Corp. says it has agreed to acquire Ejasent Inc. for $59 million in cash, a move expected to boost the storage software company's utility computing strategy.
To Buy BEA, Or Not. That is Microsoft's Question.
News  |  1/7/2004  | 
Before the ball could even drop in Times Square, the folks at Redmond were already putting out fires and planning possible open source moves for 2004.
California May Hold Back On Regulating VoIP
News  |  1/6/2004  | 
California Public Utilities Commissioner Susan Kennedy, named last week by the FCC to its national commission on advanced telecommunications services, is in the forefront of the PUC's new "wait and
Security Threats Won't Let Up This Year
News  |  1/6/2004  | 
Hackers, viruses, and worms provided a constant threat in 2003. Will this year be any better?
Falling Prices, Regulations Drive SAN Market
News  |  1/6/2004  | 
Spurred by rapidly dropping prices and by federal legislation mandating better record-keeping, the storage area network (SAN) enterprise market has been growing at a 30 percent annual rate and promises
Open-Source MySQL Database Usage Spikes
News  |  1/6/2004  | 
Although Microsoft's SQL Server and Access application still rule the database roost, the open-source MySQL is charging hard to make up ground, according to a new survey.
Even With The Best Of Intentions, Sometimes It Just Don't Work
News  |  1/6/2004  | 
When my client's old office workhorse printer finally died, I went off in search of a replacement.
Microsoft Plans Office 2003 Service Pack For May
News  |  1/5/2004  | 
Microsoft is putting pedal to the metal to get Service Pack 1 for Office 2003 out by May, sources said. The current schedule is to prep a release candidate by
Welcome Back: Now Start Spending
News  |  1/5/2004  | 
If you paid attention to the year-end stories on the TechWeb sites, you may have noticed a sort-of shared optimism for a recovery in the IT market for 2004. The
Microsoft Gives Away Free SBS Licenses To Atone For Earlier Bug
News  |  1/5/2004  | 
Microsoft on Monday will deliver a belated holiday gift to partners and small business owners. Sources say the Redmond, Wash. software giant will announce that it will give five free client access licenses (CALs) to Windows Small Business Server 2003...
Outlook 2004
News  |  1/5/2004  | 
Business-technology executives surveyed for InformationWeek's annual Outlook study expressed the highest level of optimism in three years about their companies' revenue prospects, but they're moving cautiously.
Linux and Intel Together: Ready for Prime Time
News  |  1/5/2004  | 
Cost and speed continue to be two of the top concerns for users shopping for high-end servers. In 2003, however, the availability of Intel's Itanium 2 and Xeon processors and
A To-Do List For 2004
News  |  1/5/2004  | 
Today is January 5, and it's my birthday. To celebrate, I've given myself a high-tech company, and have appointed myself president. Here's my to-do list for 2004.
School District Gives Linux Security Technology High Grades
News  |  1/1/2004  | 
Corporations are spending more and more on network security, even while other corporate spending is being curtailed.
Schools Learn About Security
News  |  1/1/2004  | 
The education sector faces the same security challenges as corporations, and network security is no longer a luxury. Here's how one district protects itself.
IBM Does On-Demand Deal With Target
News  |  1/1/2004  | 
IBM Wednesday announced it had struck a 10-year deal with trendy mass merchandiser Target to manage its mainframe infrastructure using an on-demand approach where the giant retailer will pay only for the computing horsepower it uses. Although terms of...
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