Analysis: IT Automation
Fantasizing about processes that run themselves and freedom from the drudgery of repetitive operational tasks? With our real-world perspective, we examine automation strategies and product offerings, and deliver a
Rolling Reviews: SPI Dynamics WebInspect
We continue our ongoing reivew of Web application scanners with a look at WebInspect. The product wowed us with its interface and extras but had a hard time with our
SCA Applies SOA Principles to Apps Design
The Service Component Architecture spec splits apps into loosely coupled components, which helps take advantage of multicore CPUs, bringing flexibility and interoperability.
DASH Improves Remote Admin
The DMTF's desktop and mobile architecture for System Hardware aims to help administrators avoid some of the problems of out-of-band management.
Quick Take: Thureon Armarac
This wall-mounted equipment enclosure can hold as many as five full-length 1U devices, plus one half-length device.
Quick Take: Q1 Labs QRadar 2000
QRadar aims to help make sense of the high volumes of log and event data generated by network and security devices, as well as identify anomalous behavior.
It's an iBaby!
Study finds children are discovering cell phones, games and other electronic devices at younger ages.
Strategy Session: The Interop Hangover
With attendence up and conference sessions covering everthing from virtualization to Web 2.0, Interop has morphed from a networking show to an event with industrywide appeal.
Google Amps Apps Focus
The company anticipates its new Google Gears open-source project will emerge as a standard for delivering offline Web applications.
Brocade Moves Beyond FC
Proving that iSCSI is a credible threat to Fibre Channel, Brocade announces the release of an iSCSI initiator.
Rollout: SolarWinds' Orion 8.1
Small and midsize enterprises looking for a feature-rich and cost-friendly network-management product that enhances performance- and fault-management features need look no further.
Toshiba Launches Ultramobile PC
The notebooks weigh as little as 1.9 pounds, are 0.77 of an inch thick, sport up to 12.5 hours of battery life, and run Windows.
The FlipStart UMPC
The FlipStart provides all the functionality of a notebook computer in a highly portable form factor, although its small size makes some features awkward.
Interview With BMC's Tom Bishop
The CTO of BMC Software talks about open-source management, CMDBs and making it possible to federate information from across different management repositories.
Rollout: F-Secure Client Security 7
New features and lower pricing make Client Security 7 a good fit for many businesses. But is that enough to entice enterprises to replace their existing security software?
Interview: Altiris' Greg Butterfield
The Group President of the Altiris' Business Unit of Symantec talks about the promises--and perils--of being acquired. Listen Now | Read the Interview...