NAC Gets Knocked Around
"The vast majority of companies are deploying network access control (NAC) technology as a means of securing their endpoints -- but they aren't all happy about it," reads "Is NAC Dying?"
Is There a Future For Muni WiFi?
Any small or midsize business that needs Internet access and is sick of paying lots of money to get on the Web should be interested in the progress of various municipal WiFi projects around the country.
Telecommuters Find A Home At Smaller Companies
Turns out that there's a lot of telecommuting going on in smaller companies -- and those folks are getting supported with the latest mobility technology, networking equipment, and software.
An Interview With Simon Crosby, CTO Of XenSource
XenSource, which was recently acquired by Citrix, makes the open-source hypervisor XenExpress. It also licenses XenEnterprise, a feature-rich version of XenExpress that includes enhanced features such as live migration and
Analysis: Mobile E-Mail
Once a prized perk for corporate execs, now the masses are clamoring for mobile e-mail. Here's how to connect employees without breaking the budget.
Network Monitoring and Management -- FREE*
How would you like to get your network monitoring and management software for nothing? Sounds good, right? But what if that free network help desk came with advertising? Spiceworks is hoping that it's a trade-off that will appeal to many smaller companies.
Cisco Continues Its Migration up the Protocol Stack
Cisco, the industryï¿¼s top networking equipment supplier, wants to become a key software supplier and acquired start up call center reporting specialist Latigent. The behemothï¿¼s move may eventually deliver more robust call center reporting functions to medium and small businesses.
Review: 802.11n Wi-Fi Routers
Though the 802.11n specifications are still in beta, major vendors are already pushing N routers. Is it time to move to the new spec, and if so, which device should