Air Time: Wireless FUD--Alive and Well
The wireless network market is an industry that lives and dies by innovation, so fear, uncertainty and doubt are all things we have to learn to live and work with.
Cittio's WatchTower 3.0
Customizable dashboards and value-added documentation simplify management for small-to-midsize businesses.
Alcatel Catches Up with OmniPCX 5.0
Alcatel's latest release of its all-in-one IP telephony server for mid-side business, the Alcatel OmniPCX Office release 5, plays heavily to multi-site offices and those looking for improved wireless
Lucent Drags Down Alcatel
A profit warning from Lucent Technologies Inc. hit Alcatel's share price the next day (July 11) on the Paris bourse, even though the French giant announced
IT Security: An Overconfidence Problem?
Network security threats seem to be everywhere, but system administrators believe their companies aren't at greater risk than in the past. This potentially false sense of security was expressed by nearly 90 percent than 2,100 companies surveyed as part of InformationWeek 2006 Global Security Study. So where is the bravado coming from at a time when security researchers are warning us that risk has never been greater as c
Sun Banks On 'Uniqueness' Of New Server Offerings
Sun Microsystems is unveiling on Tuesday three x64 servers???its first data server, an eight-socket rack-mount server and a blade server???taking its lineup beyond the two-socket rackmount fare that makes up
Vonage Expands VoIP Portfolio
Broadband telephone services provider Vonage Holdings Corp. has acquired ownership of three patents from Digital Packet Licensing Inc. that enable voice over internet protocol technology (VoIP).
Yahoo Offers New Vacation Planning Tools
Yahoo Inc. has publicly launched its Trip Planner, a research tool that allows users to create their travel guides and itineraries and share their experiences online.
ITC Investigates Nokia In Qualcomm Dispute
The United States International Trade Commission (ITC) has commenced an investigation into whether Nokia Corp. and Nokia Inc. have engaged in unfair trade practices by importing and selling handsets, wireless
D-Link, Netgear Sing SMB Tune
Top executives from networking vendors D-Link Systems and Netgear are reinvigorating their channel efforts to chase SMB market share.
WebEx ActiveX Bug Found, Fixed
A security company uncovered the remotely exploitable vulnerability in an ActiveX control used with Microsoft's Internet Explorer.
Will E-Rate Be Revived?
Within a new telecommunications reform bill is language that could breathe new life into what's known as the E-rate program, a $2.25 billion fund for schools serving low-income areas that
Businesses Security Breaches Rising
An incredible 84 percent of those surveyed say their businesses have suffered security breaches within the past year. The data suggests that large North American organizations still do not take
A Matter Of National Security
Coming off the terrible embarrassment of the theft of a Veterans Administration computer containing the personal information of more than 26 million veterans and their family members, the federal government desperately needs to prove it is capable of protecting data. The government is making some efforts to prove it is regaining control but these steps may not be enough.
Five Things You Must Know About VoIP
Ready to bring VoIP into your business? Getting pressure to implement it but trying to avoid it? Here's our five-point take on the state of the technology.
Dell, HP Clean Up Tech Waste
Dell and Hewlett-Packard last week expanded their recycling programs for consumers and put in place efforts for commercial customers.