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Content tagged with Networking posted in November 2008
WebEx Explains The REAL Value Of Virtual Meetings -- Or How Can You Be In Two Places At Once If You're Not Anywhere At All?
Commentary  |  11/24/2008  | 
Everyone know that saving money on travel costs is the whole point of Web meetings. Could everyone be wrong?
Aruba Posts Loss, Will Cut Staff
News  |  11/21/2008  | 
The wireless LAN vendor posted increased revenue, but its $6.4 million loss is making it join the long list of companies that will be cutting jobs.
WLAN Mesh Moves Into New Territory
News  |  11/20/2008  | 
Enterprise mesh boosts connectivity and network resiliency.
NetWitness To Release Free Cyber Forensics Software
News  |  11/14/2008  | 
The Windows-based app is designed to detect inappropriate network activity, simplify threat analysis, verify standards and policy compliance, monitor applications and content, and identify threats.
There's More To Open Source Net Management Apps Than Cost Savings
News  |  11/13/2008  | 
Staff expertise is needed, because installation and support can be an adventure.
Citrix Improves Application Performance
Commentary  |  11/12/2008  | 
Improved system throughput has been an ongoing desire for small and medium businesses. Many performance improving products were designed to maximize the use of devices housed in central locations and with set traffic patterns, so their efficiency is waning. One vendor is trying to deliver tools to enhance the performance of Internet based applications.
IBM Plans Broadband Over Power Lines For Rural America
News  |  11/12/2008  | 
The technology allows residents of areas underserved by traditional ISPs to receive high-speed Internet access.
New Yankee Stadium Will Have HD TVs, Touch-Screen Phones
News  |  11/11/2008  | 
The team is working with Cisco to bring StadiumVision and other new technologies to the ballpark.
HP Moves Quickly to Integrate Colubris
Commentary  |  11/10/2008  | 
Summer was a dramatic period in the network equipment market. While most folks were sitting at the beach getting a tan, vendors were up late at night trying to find a suitable merger or acquisition targets. The fruits of one such pairing have started to be seen.
Cisco Reorganizes To Target Small Businesses
Commentary  |  11/6/2008  | 
The networking giant has creates a new small business technology group (SBTG) to focus on the needs of companies with few than 100 employees.
Avaya Pledges Continued Overhaul
News  |  11/6/2008  | 
Incoming CEO Kevin Kennedy is expected to hone Avaya's focus on usability of its IP telephony and unified communications systems to compete strongly against Cisco.
One More Broadband Wireless Network Option Emerging
Commentary  |  11/5/2008  | 
On Election Day, the Federal Communications Commission (let's hope all the employees had time to vote) was quite busy. After months of deliberation and having sparked a considerable amount of controversy, the federal agency opened up one more chunk of wireless spectrum for mobile communications.


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