Expert Analysis
Content tagged with Networking posted in April 2011
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Kemp Intros Microsoft Exchange Load Balancer
News  |  4/5/2011  | 
Loadmaster Exchange appliance features a SMB-friendly price point for firms trying to manage server traffic due to the proliferation of Web and other applications.
Fired Employee Indicted For Hacking Gucci Network
News  |  4/5/2011  | 
Former network engineer accused of using stolen VPN token to delete corporate data and email boxes.
Obama Upgrades Campaign Website For 2012
Commentary  |  4/4/2011  | 
A Facebook app encourages people to join the campaign and invite their friends, and the website solicits donations.
Facebook App Connects Buyers To Manufacturers' Resellers
News  |  4/4/2011  | 
Channel Intelligence's Where to Buy Facebook helps brands use the social network to direct consumers to the retailers that sell their wares.
Marvell Tackles The I/O Problem
News  |  4/4/2011  | 
Marvell Technology Group--primarily known for its storage, communications and consumer silicon solutions--is unveiling a virtual storage accelerator that addresses the I/O choke-point that has been plaguing the IT industry for years. The company says that its DragonFly VSA board, which plugs directly into all commercially available servers, will deliver 10x server I/O performance; reduce network-attached storage/storage-area network/direct-attached storage (NAS/SAN/DAS) costs by more than 50 per
Web-Based Attacks Rise Sharply, HP Reports
News  |  4/4/2011  | 
Attacks on servers shifted dramatically from traditional protocols, such as SMB (Server Message Block) to Web-based attacks during the course of 2010, aided by a proliferation of sophisticated, inexpensive toolkits, according to a report by HP. And, while the number of newly discovered software vulnerabilities has leveled off somewhat in recent years, Web application vulnerabilities now comprise about half the total, according to the "2011 Top Cyber Security Risks Report."
Narrowcom To Unveil Wi-FiBASE-T
Commentary  |  4/1/2011  | 
The wireless LAN market is unusual in enterprise IT: It deals primarily with end users and features an unreliable physical medium, and getting a wireless design right requires experience beyond what most systems administrators posses. But all that is about to change, as leading WLAN chipmaker Narrowcom unveils Wi-FiBASE-T, a wired variant of the familiar protocol. By leveraging commodity Ethernet hardware, Wi-FiBASE-T reduces cost and improves reliability and performance. The initial wave of pro
FCoTR To Take Over The World
Commentary  |  4/1/2011  | 
Market research firm The D'Plata Group today released its sesquicentennial report on the future of data center networking. One surprising prediction in the report was that the still experimental Fibre Channel over Token Ring protocol will become the dominant data center storage protocol in 2020. The report uses the now familiar hockey stick-shaped graph to indicate that FCoTR sales will start small in 2012 but will grow exponentially, exceeding Fibre Channel and Fibre Channel over Ethernet in ma
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