Juniper and Cisco Square Off in Enterprise Switching Ring
How intense is the rivalry between Cisco and Juniper. One day after Cisco made its most significant switch announcement in years, Juniper followed with its own magnum opus. Coincidence? Hardly, but a competition that will benefit small and medium businesses.
Juniper Finally Ponies Up A Switch Line
Juniper announces its own switch line, the EX series, offering the services and features IT has come to expect from a switch???10/100/Gb Ethernet, fiber, and PoE.
The Integration of Storage and Switching Takes a Giant Step Forward
At one time, networking functions were placed in stand-alone devices. Recently, suppliers tried to reduce the number of products needed ï¿¼ and simplify deployment and maintenance -- by integrating different functions into one device, a trend industry giant Cisco heartily endorsed.
A Virtual Lifesaver
In health care, more efficient use of IT can translate directly into better patient care; virtualization helped Christus Health boost that equation.
The Move From Physical To Virtual
Transplace's virtual infrastructure did more than cut costs; it allowed the transportation management services company to maintain 24/7 functionality, hosting, availability, and reliability for its customers.
Rolling Review: Host-Based NAC
Malware spreads fast, and the best risk management strategy is to not get bitten in the first place. Time to kick off our host-based NAC Rolling Review
MindTouch Upgrades Wiki for Mashups
The new version includes an integrated scripting language for developing custom apps and mashups, but is this what enterprises want from a wiki?
Cisco Succession Plan Takes a Hit
Viewed as the next top dog, Chief Development Officer Charles Giancarlo, a force in Ciscoï¿¼s push into the small and medium business market, decided to pursue other opportunities rather than wait for that position to open up.