Geek Wish List Entries
What gadgets are your peers scribbling down on their Holiday Goodies List? Read on Geek, read on!
With the holidays hurtling toward us, we tested a slew of high-tech gadgets that exude geek appeal even as they promise enterprise functionality.
Ultrahigh-resolution monitors, super-small cameras and slick storage devices. See how these products rate for both coolness and value.
Networks Out at Home
Many electronics vendors and service providers still don't provide the proper hooks to enable home networking. But IT professionals should rise up and give them the word.
For Geeks on the Go
Mobility rules! From a GPS that includes directory assistance and Yellow Pages to a multifunction media player, you won't want to leave home without these goodies.
VoIP Is For Real
You've spoken: VoIP offers very real benefits for corporations, and it's fast becoming an enterprise mainstay. Those are the results of a recent Voting Booth poll we conducted on Networking
SBC Speeds Up Its Fiber Optic Rollout
Trailing in its drive to bring fiber optic connections to its subscribers, SBC Communications has devised a new campaign to bring the high-speed broadband technology to more than 17 million
A Database Fix for the File System
Most everyone agrees that migrating unstructured files into a structured object-oriented database is the best way to track and manage the explosion of enterprise data. We give you the lowdown
This edition looks at ClearSwift's MIMESweeper for SMTP 5.0, FatWire's Content Server 6 and Array Networks' SPX Enterprise VPN Appliances.
Fax servers help get the right papers to the right desks securely, efficiently and inexpensively. The seven we tested all got very high marks, but our Editor's Choice went to
Wireless Moves Out to the Branch
New branch office wireless products from Symbol, Trapeze and Airespace are making a serious bid to replace more costly, harder-to-manage network technologies currently used in small offices.
Rage Against Spyware
TechWeb's Stuart Glascock offers some advice on winning the battle against Spyware.
WLAN Makes Its Voice Heard
The convergence of VoIP and WLAN promises new services and lower telecom costs for enterprises and SMBs. But is it ready for prime time?
FCC Plugs In Broadband Alternative
The new BPL technology delivers broadband service over electric utility facilities, providing a broadband alternative to rural and monopoly-dominated regions.
Vendor Support Options
In the latest edition of our ongoing series, we show you how the skill to negotiate a maintenance contract can save you time and money, particularly when making new product