Lucid Security's ipAngel
ipAngel gets some of them right--but just some--in the latest version of its adaptive intrusion prevention system.
Study: Wi-Fi Chipset Market To Grow More
Unit shipments of wireless LAN (WLAN) chipsets are projected to grow from 140 million in 2005 to 430 million in 2009, according to market research firm In-Stat.
Research Group Warns Of New Mobile Device Threat
The proof-of-concept Crossover virus is named for its ability to cross-infect a Windows Mobile Pocket PC from a desktop computer, and then delete files on the mobile device. (Courtesy: TechWeb)
CA Takes An Indirect Route To Sales Success
Part of enterprise management vendor CA's revamped corporate strategy is to work more closely with channel partners to sell solutions and support customers. The company has never been known for having particularly warm relations with resellers but there have been recent indications of a thaw in that area. And now the real test begins with CA's announced plan to reduce the number of named accounts it handles directly, and rely
Now Past $2 Billion, Juniper Looks To '06
Hoping to capitalize on the momentum of its emerging technologies and growing partner program, Juniper executives painted a rosy picture of the company's prospects during its annual analyst day.
Rightsizing IT Management
Small and medium businesses are no longer being left out in the cold my IT management vendors focused solely on the biggeste enterprises. IBM Tivoli is the latest vendor to get smart about delivering IT management solutions designed specifically to meet the cost and complexity requirements of small and medium sized businesses. With its Tivoli Express Portfolio, Big Blue is delivering a suite of products that provide levels
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Ultra Wideband Rivals Woo Bluetooth
Two competing technology standards offer connectivity at speeds high enough to replace USB connections for PDAs, Blackberries and even monitors.
Americans Online In The Slow Lane
The United States is falling further behind many other developed nations in broadband use. Part of the reason is the government's reluctance in getting involved in building the needed infrastructure.
Office Live Beta Puts SOHOs Online
Microsoft's new Office Live online service for small businesses helps Web novices build sites and share data with very little trouble. (Courtesy: Small Business Pipeline)
BT To Deploy Global MPLS Network For VoIP
BT will spend $20.9 million (??12 million) over the next two years to deploy a global multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) network infrastructure to support voice over IP (VoIP).
Offshoring: Cheaper Doesn't Mean Better
Technology has done much to diminish the barriers geography imposes on business. Wireless is proving to be a productivity-boosting tool for workers in sales and other highly mobile areas. Mature, secure wide area networking technologies give companies a mechanism to improve the effectiveness of employees in branch offices by connecting them to the same corporate resources staff members have in headquarters. Both hardware and software also gives enterprises the means to improve their own cost
IE users can save and search your Web wanderings offline with a couple of clicks per page or Web site. (Courtesy: Desktop Pipeline)
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Router Sales Up 14%, But Revenue Drops: Report
Enterprise router sales continued to rise in 2005, with an almost 300% rise in secure router shipments, though competitive price pressures put a damper on overall revenues, according to a
Katrina's Communication Gaps
Much has been said already about the devastating impact the communications breakdown had on the Gulf Coast during and in the weeks following Hurricane Katrina. Finger pointing from local to federal to state officials and then back again dominated news coverage and, no doubt, frustrated area residents as it seemed like the powers that be were not making the effort to help the stricken. Of course, there were also substantial technical communications issues contributing to this, issues that are <
Newbury, Senforce Release Wi-Fi Security Suite
Newbury Networks Inc., and Senforce Technologies, Inc. have integrated their wireless security products to allow organizations to manage Wi-Fi security policies throughout their networks.
BEA Systems AquaLogic Service Bus 2.1
Despite limited built-in support for integration with external data sources, excellent Web services support and solid performance at a fair price makes BEA's service bus a strong option for enterprises.
Focus On Security
As the year's biggest security conference RSA , gets underway this week in San Jose, it seems like a good time to both project and reflect on the dynamics that are making enterprise security such a challenge for many organizations. The for-profit cyber crime trend is keeping system administrators hopping to keep up with the increasingly dangerous nature of things like spam and spyware which were once looked at
Test Of Net Neutrality
Telecom companies want to change long-standing practices that treat all network traffic equally. Businesses could face application degradation-- or higher prices. (Courtesy: InformationWeek)
GoToMyPC Corporate 5.0
A useful tool for remote access, but it could sharpen its multi-user support capabilities.
Tello Adds Hosted Collaboration
Startup Tello emerged from stealth mode last month with a subscription-based hosted collaboration service that allows users to interact using voice, instant messaging and e-mail, as well as business applications
Atheros, Qualcomm Team On Wi-Fi Chip Sets
Seeking to solidify its presence in the Wi-Fi/cellular market, Atheros Communications Inc. has collaborated Qualcomm Inc. to develop interoperability between its single-chip Radio-on-Chip for Mobile solution and select Qualcomm Mobile