NOAA Sets Up Shop In Second Life
The Meteora island offers hurricane, submarine, and weather balloon rides, a tsunami-training beach, a planetarium, and other educational experiences.
Analysis: Mobile Instant Messaging
Mobile IM can be a powerful productivity tool, but IT groups are prone to dismiss it as a consumer-focused novelty. Here's why you should keep this technology on your radar.
Pillar Used in Oxford HPC
OeRC is set to enter the global Supercomputer premier league with the creation of an enhanced supercomputing center at Oxford University
How a big storage vendor's big plans drew little more than a yawn from eHarmony
XM Radio Uses Isilon
Isilon Systems announced that XM Satellite Radio is using Isilon IQ as the primary storage platform to help power its broadcast operations
SNW: First Take
We've sifted through the horde of releases for this week's tradeshow in San Diego
ONStor Launches Into GNS
ONStor launches its GNS technology in version 3.0 of its award-winning Pantera Clustered NAS Systems and Bobcat Clustered NAS Gateways
Analysis: Out-of-Band Management
Resolving server problems over remote access is tough if the network is unavailable. A true out-of-band system can improve network uptime. We examine several setups.
Quick Take: SpiDynamics AMP 3.0
AMP now fully integrates SpiDynamics' suite to help enterprises find and remediate flaws that could expose the company to attack or data loss.
Javelina Software ADtoolkit 4.0
Javelina Software's ADtoolkit 4.0 offers more than 35 tools to help streamline user, group, computer, contact and security tasks.
Cash and Burn: Of Standards and 'Marketecture'
Without the collaboration of competing vendors, UXcomm's SOMA looks less like a solution to managing the virtualized data center and more like a marketing move at short-lived media attention.
Virtual Directories Take Hold
Virtual directories let organizations gather information from many data sources and present that information from one interface, securely. Best of all, open-source options are lowering the entry cost for small
Google Desktop Goes Mac
The software is based on the Windows version of search software, but Google says it spent considerable time rewriting the code for the Macintosh.
Spam Costs $712 Per Employee Annually
A survey by Nucleus Research and KnowledgeStorm suggests that nine out of 10 e-mail users are frustrated with spam and one in 100 "appear to be at the breaking point."