Web Analytics Test Criteria
Thanks to all of you who submitted your criteria weightings for Bruce Boardman's Web Analytic Products, published here on August 5th. We had 101 responses, organized below as percentages of
GE Access Wants Volume
GE Access plans to turn up the volume on lower-end Sun Microsystems products at its annual New Frontiers Conference this week.
Intel To Delay New Pentium 4
Already struggling with slips in its mobile line, a minor recall of a recent chipset and inventory balancing issues at the end of the last quarter, Intel has now begun
Certance's CP 3100 D2D2T
Will small and midsize businesses find this affordable virtual tape technology adaptable to their needs?
Ron Schmelzer feels that Web services were never meant to replace tightly coupled high-performance transaction systems.
IBM To Acquire App Management Vendor Cyanea
IBM has agreed to acquire Cyanea Systems Corp., a move that's expected to give IBM the technology it needs to extend its systems management software into transaction-heavy, electronic-commerce environments.
PolarLake Adds BPEL Support to ESB Integration Suite
PolarLake announced the release of PolarLake Integration Suite V4.0, which delivers new functionality, including added support for business activity monitoring (BAM) and Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) based on the
Are You a Naysayer?
Just because commercial unlicensed radio data technologies are working, it doesn't mean you can't ask questions about future viability.
VPN: Security To Go
Mobility and broadband are changing the rules of the virtual private network (VPN) game, with alternatives to IPSec making a move.
Intel CEO warns workers about late products
Craig Barrett, the chief executive of Intel Corp. has called on employees to focus on "actions and attitudes" to halt a string of product delays and manufacturing problems that have
Juniper Networks' J-series
The Juniper routers offer compelling advantages over their Cisco counterparts, but their drawbacks must also be considered.
Sun's Opteron Push Adds Fuel To Server Growth
Sun Microsystems' introduction of four-way Opteron servers comes at a time when the company is experiencing one of the highest growth rates of any server vendor, at least in terms
Less Is More With IBM pSeries Line
IBM's new pSeries servers, which are based on the company's Power5 multicore processors, are receiving praise from solution providers for their server consolidation capabilities.
AMD's Opteron Gets Boost From Sun, Microsoft
Advanced Micro Devices' Opteron processor family received two breakout developments Monday as Sun Microsystems and Microsoft rolled out products based on AMD's high-end 64-bit processor.