3Com CEO To Lead In China
Robert Mao's assignment follows a failed three-way deal involving 3Com, Huawei Technologies, and Bain Capital Partners.
Another Low Priced Video Conferencing System Arrives
Many small and medium businesses have been interested in video conferencing but not able to justify purchasing these systems. In addition, picture quality has been an issue with many systems, so vendors are now trying to address those issues.
HP Says Virtualization Will Change The World
Over coffee and bizarre breakfast sandwiches this morning, John McHugh, HP ProCurve VP and Worlwide GM told a few of us media types that virtualization is the big "disruptor" and "change agent" about to shake up the networking world.
Interop: Vendors Tackle Wi-Fi Troubles
With customers unwilling to overhaul their infrastructure to migrate from 802.11a/b/g technology, vendors like Broadcom, Aruba, and Aerohive are getting creative.
Family Feud Underscores Maturing WAN Optimization Market
Unions between start-ups and their financial backers are often quite tenuous. This week, the partnership between one vendor and a hedge fund with 10% of its stock illustrated that as well changes occurring in the WAN optimization market.
Infected Web Pages Nearly Triple
Sophos says that it discovered a new infected Web page every 5 seconds. In 2007, the company says, it saw new infected Web pages every 14 seconds.
Holy Web 2.0 Herding Nightmare
Question: Do today's new collaboration tools make it harder for IT to wrangle corporate information, or easier? Answer: Yes.
SaaS: Red Light, Green Light
Here's how to drive your software-as-a-service initiative beyond standbys like CRM--without getting into dangerous territory.
StillSecure Steps Up
SafeAccess out-of-band NAC appliance performs host assessment and enforcement, but setup and management can be complex.