Review: WAN Optimization Appliances
Today's WAN optimizers readily deliver tangible performance benefits -- the differences lie in network integration, security, management and reporting. We tested products from Blue Coat, Cisco, Citrix and Silver Peak.
Motorola Banks on Vo-Fi
Motorola's recent equity stake in Vocera Communications is an indication of the company's belief that voice over Wi-Fi is set to soar.
Interview With SourceFire's Marty Roesch
The CTO of Sourcefire and inventor of Snort talks about the power of open-source deployment, taking the company public and why Wall Street analysts are a scary lot.
NAC: More Is More
The results of our latest reader survey on network access control show that initatives are moving quickly from planning to full deployment. But while NAC can tighten security, demonstrating ROI
Savvy IT watchers are quick to notice there's a difference between 'WiMAX' and 'WiMAX-class'.
Rolling Review: Pyn Logic Enzo 2006
Enzo 2006 may work well for small orgs with few databases, but it could become an implementation nightmare for enterprises with thousands of clients communicating with tens to hundreds of
Analysis: Optimizing Your WAN
Few users rave when application traffic traversing a beefy corporate LAN meets a typical WAN. Even fewer enterprises are willing to spend to fix the problem. The answer:
Strategy Session: Security Drives Everything
Massive data loss incidents (such as the one at T.J. Maxx) seem to suggest that not everyone is quite clear on the simple premise: Understanding your security needs is fundamental
Strategic Security: Web Applications Scanners
As applications evolve, new vulnerabilities emerge. For this Rolling Review series we'll examine how Web application scanners help address the security weaknesses found in RIAs in general, and Ajax in
IETF Strives for NEA Standard
Interoperability among network endpoint assessment systems should ease some logistical headaches for enterprises. But how long will it be before we start to see big name vendor support?
Rollout: Symantec Mobile Security Suite 5.0
Symantec delivers a host of new security features for Windows Mobile devices. Between a lack of any serious mobile threats and the price tag, however, IT might be hard-pressed
Rollout: Array Networks SiteDirect
While its use of proprietary technology might give some enterprises pause, SiteDirect VPN is a robust and secure alternative to IPsec for connecting extranets, branches and partner networks.
Seamless Roaming Nears Reality
The 3GPP's voice-call-continuity standard aims to plug holes between cellular and Wi-Fi networks and drive availability of SIP-based dual-mode handsets. But VCC, at least in its first iteration, falls short