More Power in Your Future?
The number of Ethernet switches that small and medium businesses have deployed continues to increase, due in large part to growing acceptance of Gigabit Ethernet and the new Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) standard, according to a report from DellOro Group.
HP Steps Up Datacenter Automation
HP releases Automated Operations 1.0, an integrated set of products that automates IT operations across technology and organizational domains.
Is The iPhone Enterprise Ready?
The discussion as to whether or not the iPhone is ready to be brought within the walls of the enterprise has heated up again in recent weeks. First, Apple announced the forthcoming release of its software developers' kit, which is...
Reports Of E-Mail's Death Are Exaggerated
It's safe to say that once the online magazine Slate writes about a tech trend, that trend is either over or rapidly becoming passé. So it is with last week's story, "The Death of Email." The notion that e-mail, shoved aside by more youthful and immediate forms of communicating such as IM, text messaging, and Twitter, is going the way of the fax machine has been around for some time.
CA Gets A Gateway To SOA
The new offering shows that traditional SOA components and network infrastructure hardware aren't the only places an XML firewall can go.
Get A Human
As the holidays approach, customer and tech support often become issues when we try to deal with all the new stuff arriving in our houses and businesses. Most large companies send you off to voice mail jail, doing their best to keep you from talking to an actual human being. Fortunately, you don't have to play along.
Host assessment does not make a NAC
Alan Shimel, Chief Strategy Officer for StillSecure, makes the argument that ???with out the pre-connect posture or health check, you don't have NAC.??? I???ll go out on a limb and say it plays a small part.
Provisioning systems are becoming more common in large enterprise and federal environments that need the ability to activate telecommunications gear.
Email isn't Dead -- Even if the Teens Say So
Apparently, teens are abandoning email for more immediate forms of communication. That doesn't mean the working world will follow suit. But it does mean that there could be better ways to communicate to get the job done.
Cisco Juggernaut Keeps Rolling Along
Network equipment suppliers are taking drastic steps, including taking themselves private, in order to survive. Amidst all the devastation, market Behemoth Cisco just keeps rolling along, exceeding revenue expectations quarter after quarter.
Protecting Data Versus Network Security
To ensure that your mobile hosts are protected through a host-based NAC or strong desktop configuration management, you need to protect data where it lies and that includes the mobile computer.
The first customers to have access to 802.11n products have been colleges and universities.
How Cognos Fits IBM's SOA Strategy
IBM already sold and supported Cognos products, so the deal means
little to customers. It's aimed at undermining competitors: Oracle in
the short term, Software AG in the long term.
10 Years Of BSM
For the past 10 years Managed Objects has been focused on delivering BSM, SLA and CMDB solutions to customers.