Analysis: SOA Security
Are you ready to deal with the risks of opening your service-oriented architecture to business partners?
The FIPS 140-3 Standard
FIPS requirements lay out best practices for encryption, giving organizations a road map for compliance with various regulations. The upcoming 140-3 standard adds welcome detail. We run down the highlights.
F5 Ups the Ante on Web Acceleration
Will F5's bid to bring together WAN acceleration and AFE functionality catch on in enterprises, or will the new device's Web-traffic focus stifle demand?
Thanks To iPhone, Cisco Bugs Are Brought To Light
Originally thought to be responsible for Duke University's wireless network problems, Apple's iPhone turned out in fact to be blameless -- but did contribute to identifying three ARP-related bugs.
RippleTech's extrusion detection appliance delivers strong functionality at an attractive price.
ITIL Gets Practical
Version 3 adds focused guidance for improving business, IT integration. But will it play in Peoria?
Tutorial: Network Access Control (NAC)
Network access control helps overburdened security groups level the playing field. Here's how to get started protecting your networks from malicious or misconfigured hosts.
Phone Locking: Who's Got the Key?
Don't expect to find iPhones operating on the T-Mobile network anytime soon. Users are still being forced to accept the device maker's carrier of choice. What will it
IT Security: The Data Theft Time Bomb
While viruses and worms remain the most pesky security problems, data theft concerns simmer beneath the surface, according to InformationWeek's 10th annual Global Information Security survey.
XenSource's XenEnterprise offers solid performance and ease of use, and handily beats VMware on price. We put the 3.2 version to the test.
A Real iPod "Shocker"
Playing your iPod during a thunderstorm could be a hazard to your health, experts warn.
Equipment Consolidation: The Yo-Yo Effect
The trend of consolidating computing power and equipment in the main data center isn't new, nor are the drivers, which include WAN costs, physical distance, and the sheer crushing volume
Five Networking Pet Peeves
Here are some of the more frustrating, unsolved networking problems that can get your blood boiling, in the opinion of our expert.
6 Skype Alternatives Offer New Services
In an effort to compete with the market leader, VoIP services such as GrandCentral and TalkPlus have come up with some interesting and useful features that may inspire you to
LogLogic LX2010 4.0
Integration is key with log aggregation, and this product's ability to extract data via Web services opens up intriguing possibilities.