Dial 911 For Microsoft?
Operator, can you please connect my call? And no, I do not want an upgrade to Windows...or Office...or my cell phone operating system...or my TV set. We've all become accustomed
IT Pros Say Security Is Key Priority
More than 80% of the 300 managers responding to InformationWeek Research's 1Q Priorities survey described updating security procedures, tools, and services as a key business priority.
Global Revenues Soar For VoIP Gear
Report says revenues from global sales of VoIP equipment totaled $493 million in the first quarter of this year, an increase of 40% over first-quarter levels in 2004.
Composite Applications - Really.
Composite Software, one of our 2005 Well Connected Award winners, has not been resting on its laurels. Composite recently introduced its Composite Application Views, which can communicate directly with Siebel and SAP APIs (PeopleSoft is expected to be supported later...
We weren't certain exactly where Compuware was going when it acquired our 2004 Portfolio Management Well Connected Award winner Changepoint, but after speaking to Compuware briefly last week we see the light. Compuware announced Changepoint 10 this week and they've...
3COM Unveils IP PBX With VoIP Support
3Com Corporation has unveiled the fifth generation of its IP private branch exchange (PBX), featuring a number of significant enhancements, including support for 3COM's IP phone.
Is IPv6 Bad For You?
Like a nagging parent telling recalcitrant children to eat their vegetables, Juniper Networks has been berating IT folks for not being interested enough in IPv6, the so-called "next-generation" Internet. The
Three Chip Vendors Bet On Wi-Fi Boom
Metalink, SyChip and Atheros will all announce Wi-Fi-based chips this week, in the belief that video, voice-over-Internet Protocol and embedded consumer applications will supercharge the growth of Wi-Fi wireless networking.
BMC Calls In Patrol Lineup
BMC Software plans to replace its Patrol and Patrol Express network management products with a single new version differentiated by product lines, such as servers and databases, rather than operating
Google Web Accelerator
Google Web Accelerator offers to speed up your surfing -- or it will, once Google makes it available again.
Data Center Racks
With space at a premium while demand for sophisticated data centers grows, some vendors are offering alternatives.
QLogic's SANBox 5602
Senior technology editor Don MacVittie tests QLogic's 4 Gig SANBox 5602 16 port switch in our Green Bay, Wis., Real-World Labs and finds that despite its enterprise-class features and easy
Yahoo, SBC Give Away Security Suite
Companies launched a free security suite for their DSL subscribers, saying that the service's users overwhelmingly wanted a more secure surfing environment.
TruPhone Brings VoIP To Nokia Cell Phones
U.K.-based company has developed a software solution that enables Nokia Series 60 cell phones to provide VoIP service using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless technology.
Check Point Upgrades VPN, Firewall
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. on Monday unveiled a major upgrade of its enterprise security platform, which includes a virtual private network, firewall and security management software.
Network Vendors Fall Short On Privacy
There's good news and bad news in a recent report on how customers rate networking and telecom vendors on customer respect. First the good news: When it comes to interacting