Women can hobble their own progress in IT, says SNW speaker
Security Podcast - October 31, 2006
This Week's Network Computing Security Podcast is brought to you by Radware Join Curt Franklin as he tells reviews the Kingston Data Traveler Secure and discusses Strategic E-Mail security. Click to listen...
Blades Cut Both Ways
Servers join storage in blissful blade union, but what about users that want to see other vendors?
The Danger of Web 2.0
Chances are your organization is clamoring to jump on the Web 2.0 bandwagon. Spurred by the popularity of slick applications such as Google Maps that look more like desktop apps than Web sites, Web 2.0-enabling technologies including Ajax and mashups...
Will DOD Catch Flu?
There are lessons for other organizations in the DOD's pandemic preparations
Extreme Consulting Lite
Extreme Networks is trying to strengthen it???s play in the mid-size market with two limited engagement assessment services, a Mid-Size Networks Security Assessment, $6000, and a Convergence Readiness Assessment, starting at $9500. The two day on-site assessments aimed at assisting...
Beyond Print 13 - Tag, You're IT
Beyond Print 13 Podcast - Tag, You're IT (download here) - Social bookmarking and tagging have grown in popularity during the past few years. It brings a human element into search, by allowing the collective power of the Internet to...
Teaming up for Leak Prevention
Major vendors are partnering with start-ups in the emerging Information Leak Prevention (ILP) market to spice up their products and tap into compliance dollars....
Kelley's $1.1 million payout is nothing compared to what others got
Beyond Print 12 - Culture of No
Beyond Print 12 Podcast - Culture of No (download here) - IT departments have a reputation of saying 'no' to any and all requests. Want to set up a blog server? "No, you're not allowed." Normally I would say that...
Reality IT: The Auditor: Friend and Foe
Internal and external audits are about as welcome as dental surgery, but surviving them isn't impossible--and you might even learn a couple of things along the way.
Air Time: Mobile ESPN: A Blowout Loss
The idea seemed compelling. ESPN as a brand dwarfs all other providers of sports content, in both scope and breath. With the emergence of broadband cellular networks and smartphones, the delivery of rich content to sports nuts had become a...
The Rise And Fall (And Rise?) Of AOL
AOL, which recently abandoned its 'pay to play' model, is now trying to succeed as a free service in a very crowded marketplace. Can it succeed? We look at
The Wireless Edge: Mobile Computing Policy and De-Perimeterization
On September 20, I chaired a meeting of the Portable Computer and Communications Association on the topic of "Mobile Computing Policy and Network Access Control." The PCCA meets quarterly to address developments in wireless and mobile computing, and meetings have...
Barracuda Networks Responds
The following post contains the correspondence between Barracuda Networks and Frank Bulk in response to Frank???s blog on Barracuda???s representation of its Spam Firewall e-mail capacity....
Quad-Core Processor Forecast
Here's a quick guide to help you sort through the blizzard of CPU information spewing forth from Intel and AMD as they preview their respective quad-core plans.
Truth vs. 'Truthiness' in Vendor Claims
Veteran IT buyers know that vendor promises about performance or capacity tend to be aspirational rather than factual. But Barracuda, maker of the Network Spam Firewall, has stooped to a new low: eight times lower, that is....