Space For Rent
Network Computing reviews five online backup services for agent functionality, ease of use, system-management capabilities, cost and retention schemes.
Cisco Takes On Storage
Whether you go with Fibre Channel or iSCSI, Cisco believes in covering all the networked storage bases.
The price is a little steep, but this turnkey solution effectively scours for spam before it reaches your network.
Basic Hardware Problem Diagnostics
We'll walk you through the steps for diagnosing and fixing some basic hardware problems as well as show you how to get the most out of your service and technical
Video Server Appliances
Video server appliances have a long way to go before they are plug-and-play. And although industry standards make it easier for products to interact with each other, be sure you
This managed service lets your helpdesk fix problems remotely. But beware platform choice limitations.
Secure Remote Access
This edition looks at Netilla's Secure Gateway appliance, NetSupport's DNA 2.0, Microsoft's Exchange Server Best Practices and Cast Iron Systems' Application Router 1000 2.3.5.
Sprint: Long-Distance Sinking, Wireless Thriving
Sprint Corp. reported a write-down of more than $1 billion, as it reported its third-quarter financial results on Tuesday. The nation's third-largest long-distance provider, Sprint wrote down the value of
Get Ready For VoIP
If you haven't taken a serious look at VoIP for your network, it's high time you did. Yes, I know that early VoIP iterations were marked by poor voice quality,
Sununu Calls For New Telecom Bill In 2005
Senator John Sununu is ready to reload his legislation aimed at simplifying the regulation of Voice over IP, as part of a larger telecom reform bill that he said is
VoIP Shows Signs Of Going Mainstream
The Fall 2004 Voice on the Net Conference in Boston this week expects to draw twice as much interest as it did last year, one of many signs that suggest
IBM Again Targets Sun, HP With New Servers
New pSeries and iSeries servers use IBM's Power5 microprocessor, which the company started filtering into its server lines this year and into one of its new storage arrays.
Hold Everything: Software Growth
This edition looks at software storage growth spurts, the top five worldwide storage software vendors and the fibre channel SAN market.
Online Backup Services
We tested six online remote-backup providers to see which would treat our data like gold. All stressed reliability and security, but our Editor's Choice won a close race thanks to
Law Firm Builds A Case For SAN
After mulling various options, Whiteford, Taylor & Preston deploys a Fibre Channel SAN with a disk array and tape library.
Software's Next Step
Services-oriented architectures are being embraced by business-technology specialists charged with creating more-efficient IT infrastructures.
This edition looks at Zix Corp.'s Web Inspector 7.1, Executive Software's International Diskeeper 9.0, Help Desk Technology International's Help Desk Express and MacroVision's AdminStudio 6 Professional Edition.
Nortel's SIP Splash: Just a Ripple?
Nortel made a strong statement of support for SIP by adding the standard to much of its product line. But until third parties interoperate with it, it's not much more
In Search Of Agility
EDS wants to again become a lean, mean, fighting machine--and help its customers do the same.