Two VoIP Vendors To Call On
Solution providers seeking their share of the growing SMB IP telephony market are turning to smaller vendors like Digium and Allworx to fill that need.
The Danger of Web 2.0
Chances are your organization is clamoring to jump on the Web 2.0 bandwagon. Spurred by the popularity of slick applications such as Google Maps that look more like desktop apps than Web sites, Web 2.0-enabling technologies including Ajax and mashups...
Rollout: Splunk's Splunk Server 2.1 Beta
Splunk aims to make IT's job easier by quickly searching for keywords in all log files and digging deep to find patterns across the entire system, not just within one
Dell Formally Unveils AMD-Based Servers
Michael Dell took the stage at Oracle OpenWorld to formally unveil PowerEdge 6950 four-socket servers and PowerEdge SC1435 two-socket rack-optimized servers based on dual-core AMD Opteron processors.
Hosted Desktop Management
A hosted desktop management suite automates routine IT tasks, so users benefit from improved tech support. But these suites aren't cheap. The winner of our RFI offered the
WLANs Still Insecure
As wireless networks expand in the enterprise, war drivers who chart the locations of vulnerable Wi-Fi networks are using new ways to disseminate their findings. These tactics make it easier
Special Report: Autonomic Computing
Five years ago, IBM's Paul Horn articulated a new way of thinking about Information Technology. In this second article of our business innovation series, we examine how far the
T-Mobile Up and Down With 3G
The cellular service provider is hoping that the proposed rollout of a nationwide 3G network will make up ground lost over the past two years.
NAC Standards: Groups Marking Territory
The plans of Microsoft and Cisco to integrate their respective network-access-control architecture frameworks are a positive sign. They don't, however, make all integration problems related to NAC go away;
Sun Expands Virtualization Products, Services
Sun is introducing enhanced virtualization technology for its UltraSparc T1 CoolThreads servers that will let customers run up to 32 applications simultaneously on a single processor.
T-Mobile In Bid To Overhaul Competitors
Considered not long ago to be an acquisition candidate and lagging in the latest mobile phone technology, T-Mobile has made a decision to battle its U.S. counterparts for technology leadership.