Google Offers Cash For Gadgets
The catch is that the cash is available only to those with gadgets already garnering 250,000 page views per week or more.
High-End IP Phones: More than Desk Candy?
For companies where only the best will do, there's one motivator for high-end IP phones that trumps all ROI arguments: These babies just look better and are easier to use
IBM's Blade Seed Gets Some Fertilizer
IBM's Blade.org forms a new advisory board designed to facilitate the development of products based on the Blade Center. Can it give the industry community the shot in the
What To Do When Windows Vista Crashes
Because Microsoft's new operating system is bigger than its predecessors, it's more of a pain to reinstall. Here are some backup, repair, and monitoring methods so you won't have to,
iPods are the market leaders in media players today -- but are they necessarily better than their competitors? We look at 8 iPod alternatives and decide whether you should go
What is Enterprise 2.0?
RIAs and other new Web 2.0 communications technologies are hot, but applying them to the enterprise can be tricky. Six of the most active areas at this week's show were
Analysis: Enterprise Search
New search appliances claim to be uniquely adapted to meet enterprise needs. We tested eight enterprise search products and analyzed the technology's security and architectural implications. Our take: The
Analysis: SOA-Aware Network Infrastructure
When it comes to your service-oriented architecture, do you really need an ESB, management, governance and specialized security? And how do you choose a vendor partner wisely? Which components
The Battle of Web 2.0 RunTimes
With the release of its AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime) software, the company joins the list of vendors delivering Rich Internet Application runtimes.
NWC Interview: McAfee's Dave Dewalt
The CEO and President of McAfee dismisses Microsoft and Cisco, talks about opportunities in data-loss prevention and whether standalone security companies are an endangered species.
Rollout: Shunra Virtual Enterprise
Shunra's impressive transaction analysis should eliminate guesswork when it comes to planning network changes and predicting application performance on the WAN.
Rollout: Windows Mobile 6.0
For pure mobile e-mail, the integration of Windows Mobile 6.0 and Microsoft Exchange 2007 maintains Windows as a serious contender to RIM. However, 6.0 still doesn't deliver a knockout
Rollout: Zenoss Core
The open-source Zenoss Core aims to be a complete systems-management tool for small and midsize enterprises. If it isn't, it comes awfully close.
Lancope StealthWatch System 5.6
StealthWatch provides deep visibility into network traffic and can identify anomalies that may indicate malicious activity, such as worm outbreaks, or performance problems, such as traffic bottlenecks.
Safari 3.0 Beta
While not exactly a 98-pound weakling, Apple's new Windows browser doesn't yet have the heft to make it a real contender.
Nortel to Get Serious About SOTA, SMBs
Nortel got serious about mid-size business at its first major press and analyst day in three years, highlighting its partnership with IBM and its Microsoft relationship. But the
Apple Demos Leopard Before iPhone Debut
Steve Jobs teased the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference crowd with cool features of the upcoming OS and smartphone, even though they are well acquainted with the script.
Special Issue--IT Automation: Best Practices
Automating infrastructure can free up money and IT staff. With the arrival of new, better-integrated tools, it makes sense to begin the decision making process for optimum ROI.
Inside OS X Security
Mac expert John Welch takes you through the threats, holes, and exploits swirling around Mac OS X, and offers up some tips and tactics to protect your system.
Review: Camino 1.5
With version 1.5, Camino now has all the features it needs to really compete with other Mac browsers.