11th Annual Well-Connected Awards: Infrastructure
A first-class infrastructure bespeaks strength inside and out. Inner strength focuses on security and management; outside strength equates to bandwidth. Our winners combined all these elements with the bonuses of
The 11th Annual Well-Connected Awards
Once again, we're recognizing a slew of amazing information technology products and services in seven key categories, including security, mobile and wireless, and infrastructure. Here are the winners of this
AT&T's Hossein Eslambolchi: 'IP Will Eat Everything'
During his Interop 2005 conference keynote address Tuesday, AT&T's president of global networking technology services, CTO, and CIO delivered a Letterman-esque list of predictions for all things involving networks.
Sun Goes To Washington With New Offerings
Systems vendor introduces preconfigured rack options for its Opteron-based servers and management offerings as its quarterly road show focuses on government customers.
Branch Office Firewalls
Securing remote locations is as easy as installing a branch-office device that provides for remote administration and easy VPN setup. We tested seven devices and found that the easy-to-use centralized
Big changes are afoot in the network access control game. Is your security infrastructure primed to take advantage of newly converging technologies?
Throw Away Your Security Gear
Want to make sure your network is safe? Your best step may be to throw away all of your security gear and software.
Fortinet Unveils SSL VPN, VoIP Security Updates
Firewall vendor on Monday introduced updates to its FortiOS security system that add ISCA-certified SSL VPN functionality and VoIP security to its FortiGate series of security appliances.
Microsoft Sales Disappoint
Microsoft's profits nearly doubled during the third quarter ended March 31 on lower legal expenses and strong sales of server software and its Xbox game console, but revenue inched up
Eight Top Tips For Network Security
Protecting your network isn't about installing the right hardware and software. It's knowing how to use it, and how to set up the right security policies and procedures. We asked
The Evolution of Patch Management
Process, not products, is the key to successful patching. Even in the best of circumstances, patch management requires close cooperation across operational disciplines that include security, operations, applications, and business