Paging Dr. Watson...
Microsoft's error-reporting tool is a nice gesture, but the key question is: Do you really want to share information with them?
We look at AlterPoint DeviceAuthority 1.1, Castle Rock Computing SNMPc Workgroup and Enterprise 6.0, F5 Networks iControl Services Manager and Neon Software LANsurveyor 7.1
A Very Good Year
Windows Server 2003 is exceptionally stable, but cost savings may not be quite what Redmond claims.
Desktop Management Enlightenment
With key features such as policy-based management of user accounts, ZENworks can help you manage and keep an accurate inventory of your diverse desktops, operating systems and applications.
E-Mail Without Wires
Wouldn't it be nice if your e-mail followed you, accessible whenever you want and wherever you go? That's some powerful stuff.
CDN Vendors Hope To Cache In
CDN vendors haven't stood still while their initial market dried up. Their products now include many features that appeal to the enterprise market.
Don't Sink Your IP SAN
Storage vendors are taking the plunge into iSCSI, but CPU utilization is a big concern. Adaptec's 7211C adapter floats to the top for its consistent performance and competitive price.
How To Contain Spam
It's a lot easier to adjust software to keep up with the spammers than it is to pass, revise and enforce laws.
OnDemand's WinInstall LE 2003 eliminates the time and expense of creating an MSI package.
Common Goals, Unique Strengths
Our fictional engineering company is seeking ubiquitous Internet connectivity for its mobile employees. Aggregator Boingo is our choice thanks to its rich client utility and abundance of hotspots and roaming
Wireless Hotspots Heat Up
Industry analysts may differ on its viability, but the hotspot market's low cost of entry and big connectivity payoffs paint a glowing picture for enterprise IT managers.