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Content tagged with Unified Communications posted in September 2003
Telephony 101: Giving Voice to Your Network
News  |  9/26/2003  | 
The lines between voice and data infrastructures are starting to blur -- learning how to intergrate and support telecom devices and technologies is a must.
iSCSI SANs
News  |  9/26/2003  | 
Fibre Channel isn't your only option. iSCSI SAN offers lower cost, easier deployment, and greater distance.
Quick Takes
News  |  9/26/2003  | 
This Edition: InfoCyclone; Ipswitch WhatsUp Gold; Network Associates McAfee IntruShield 1200; Empirix e-Test Suite for Web Services.
Our World, Welcome to IT
News  |  9/22/2003  | 
We know you don't get Network Computing for the pictures, but we couldn't publish an entire issue about product testing without sharing diagrams of our own test labs.
DIY Lab Testing
News  |  9/22/2003  | 
As information technology gets more complex, it's essential to test new hardware and software thoroughly and systematically to ensure compatability, performance, scalability and more.
Tool Time
News  |  9/22/2003  | 
Does the thought of testing prospective network devices make you long to just drop the system into your live network and cross your fingers? Read on.
Testing To Go
News  |  9/22/2003  | 
Internal and outsourced labs can be used in balance to get the test done right. Your organization will benefit if you know how to choose the right partner.
Justify My Lab
News  |  9/22/2003  | 
Testing labs have real costs and benefits; they're just difficult to quantify. Be prepared to make your pitch in terms that management can understand.
Vendorspeak Exposed!
News  |  9/22/2003  | 
Don't let manufacturers wow you with sensational stats, inflated claims and empty promises. We shoot down some favorite vendor come-ons.
The Un-Telephone Companies
News  |  9/15/2003  | 
Vonage and other providers that deliver phone services over IP are renouncing the name "telephone company" and the regulations that go along with it.
Technology Troubles? Bring 'em On
Commentary  |  9/15/2003  | 
While spammers always have new tricks up their sleeves, legitimate developers are working just as hard, if not harder, to beat them at their dirty games.
McData's SAN Grab
News  |  9/15/2003  | 
McData recently announced intentions not only to buy two promising start-ups and invest in a third, but also to remain a serious player in the SAN market.
On Track to Improved Communication
News  |  9/15/2003  | 
TeleNavTrack integrates GPS with efficient messaging.
Do It Cheap, Do It Now
News  |  9/15/2003  | 
The mission: Build the Navy's knowledge-management portal quickly, inexpensively and without the help of staff technologists. Luckily, the Navy found an ally in its vendor.
A New Breed of Server
News  |  9/15/2003  | 
Procom's Taurus is a small, multifunction server appliance that does a big job.
Sea Change
News  |  9/15/2003  | 
The Navy's new knowledge-management portal gives sailors a collaborative training network to assess and sharpen their skills while keeping brass in touch with the rank and file.
Panning for Gold
News  |  9/15/2003  | 
Retrieving lost data is like searching for gold nuggets. An enterprise search engine can spare you time and expense, and may even generate precious revenue. CSIRO's Panoptic sparkles with superior
Quick Takes
News  |  9/1/2003  | 
Siemens OpenScape Suite 1.0; ISSS Stopzilla 3.0; Red Gate Software SQL Data Compare 3; and Neon Software CyberGauge 5.0.
Stackable Switches for Low-End Needs
News  |  9/1/2003  | 
SMC's TigerStack III comes out of the consumer-class closet.
Does QoS Deliver?
News  |  9/1/2003  | 
If you need your data packets in 30 milliseconds or less, it's time to implement network Quality of Service policies.
SecureLogix Encore
News  |  9/1/2003  | 
SecureLogix Encore
Intruder Alert
News  |  9/1/2003  | 
Arm yourself with Locks and Cameras.


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