Rollout: Fluke Networks LinkRunner Pro
Compact, rugged and inexpensive, LinkRunner Pro is ideal for technicians looking to diagnose simple connectivity issues or gnarlier problems on the physical level.
Rolling Review: Imperva's Secure Sphere
A strong start to our database extrusion-detection/-prevention series, Imperva's Secure Sphere is quick to learn user behavior, and its numerous signatures let it handily block known attacks against both the
F5 SSL VPN Supports Vista
F5's FirePass Controller SSL VPN, which lets users connect to corporate applications through a Web browser, has added Microsoft's Vista in its hefty list of supported OSs.
Infoblox-2000 Beefs Up DNS/DHCP
Infoblox's integrated DNS/DHCP appliance targets large enterprises and service providers supporting growing numbers of IP-enabled devices and applications.
QRadar Adds Identity Tracking to NBAD
Q1 Labs' network anomaly detection and security event management product catches up to the competition with the inclusion of identity tracking to its feature set.
MIT's iFind Service
The Wi-Fi-based iFind provides a novel way to let groups of people find one another, set up meeting times or work together. Although ideal for a campus environment, iFind could
Rollout: AirMagnet Laptop Analyzer Pro
AirMagnet continues to add and expand features and functionality to Laptop Analyzer Pro, making it the de facto tool for wireless LAN troubleshooting and analysis.
IEEE Gives BPL a Needed Jolt
The IEEE has announced the formation of a working group to develop requirements for a baseline BPL standard. Advocates say this will provide competition for cable and telecom companies.
The Next Wave Of Enterprise Smartphones
Many IT pros have felt the pain of supporting the first wave of smartphones, but you're going to need to learn how to live with these devices--and be prepared for
Analysis: Alternative WLAN Technologies
Can your WLAN handle imminent growth? If your wireless strategy needs an upgrade, there are alternative technologies worth considering. We examine innovative solutions that are challenging WLAN market vendors.
Who Picks Up the Cellular Tab?
While almost all enterprises pay the bills for their employee's wired telephone services (even for personal calls), the same cannot be said for mobile phone statements.
BuzzBites: Burgers the McWireless Way!
Thanks to a partnership with Japanese wireless provider NTT DoCoMo, visitors to the Golden Arches in Japan will soon be able to pay for Big Macs and McNuggets with their
Is OpenBSD a Little Too Open?
Core Security Technologies has uncovered a vulnerability in the way many versions of OpenBSD handle IPv6 packets, exposing them to compromise from their local subnet and on IPv6 routed networks.
Can Microsoft Redefine Presence?
Microsoft's Office Communications Server aims to take the mystery out of business communication by weaving presence information into multiple applications. But are we talking improved communications or shades of "Big
Rollout: Verizon E-VPLS Service
Targeted at the Fortune 100, E-VPLS Service gives large enterprises an alternative to leased lines for linking offices throughout the lower 48 states.
Cisco Routers Get a 3G Boost
New interface card aims to help service providers accelerate the delivery of 3G wireless data services to branch office, SMB and retailer customers.
Inside Apple's Leopard Server OS
Our Mac expert gives you the inside technical scoop on what we know so far about Apple's new OS X Server 10.5, which will be showcased at Apple's Worldwide Developers