Zoom Modems Give VoIP Users Flexibility
Zoom Technologies, Inc. is providing a group of consumer-friendly telecommunications devices that enable users to toggle back-and-forth between VoIP and primary phone connections.
Mobile Computing Shines in Trinidad
A trip to "the Island of Spice" leaves Jim feeling positively zesty about wireless connectivity outside the U.S. While more Wi-Fi service would be nice, GSM and GPRS seem
Are VoIP 911 Problems Life-Threatening?
Voice over IP and cell service can't be relied on for 911 calls. That means that ripping out your conventional phone service could be a dangerous -- even deadly --
Don't Abandon PSTN: Centrepoint CEO
VoIP hardware maker warns that enterprises need to maintain connections to the public switched telephone network despite the promise of VoIP.
Startup Xirrus Aims To Simplify WLAN Rollouts
New wireless technology vendor Xirrus is launching this week, pledging to deliver enterprise WLAN products that provide up to 16 times greater capacity and four times the coverage of competitors'
CEO Minute: Packeteer's Dave Cote
If you're podcasting-enabled, you're welcome to download my recent interview with Dave Cote, President and CEO of everyone's favorite network traffic management company. In this Q and A, Dave touches eloquently on making network monitoring more efficient and on scaling...
Toshiba Taps Vendors To Support VoIP System
Toshiba America Information Systems is putting more meat behind its IP telephony strategy through vendor
partnerships that add networking, wireless, security and services options to back up its VoIP portfolio.
How to Block WLAN Interference
Unlicensed radio devices can wreak havoc on your wireless LAN. Here's how to find the culprits and prevent them from interfering with your airwaves.
Instead of getting out of Dodge when it's time to wrangle PCs into submission, take our advice: All a modern-day computer cowpoke needs is a thoroughbred management strategy. Saddle up,
The Better WLAN
March Thornsbuery is amazed that "so many people still buy the dog-and-pony show companies trot out when they merge."
Appliance Pays Big Dividends for Online Banking App
When the SSFCU's online banking application became increasingly slow and at times unavailable, the credit union decided to boost performance and scalability with a load-balancing solution--the NetScaler 9000 appliance.
Desktop Management Product Analysis Roundup
We performed extensive tests on seven desktop management suites. Although Altiris' Client Management Suite trotted into first place, one competitor was just a gallop away, thanks to superior patch management,
The 10 Worst Security Practices
Sometimes one whopper of a mistake can be more instructive than a binder's worth of best practices. We interviewed more than a dozen security consultants to arrive at our list.
Cisco Releases Wireless Networks Geared For Schools
CiscoSecure Wireless Solution for K-12 is a complete suite of secure networking hardware, software and mobile computing devices designed to allow schools to extend their networks to any facility regardless
Data A High-Flyer For Iridium Satellite
Iridium Satellite, after successfully digging its way out of bankruptcy, has found a surprising savior--data--and the company Tuesday announced a new data-only transceiver that it believes will capitalize on the
Kill The Spyware Scourge
Providing anti-virus protection for networks and PCs has been second nature for years for network administrators. But unfortunately, they're ignoring what is turning into as big a threat -- spyware.
Earthlink Launches VPN Service
EarthLink launches a virtual private network service that targets small and midsize businesses looking for secure network access for traveling workers and employees working from home or remote offices.