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Content posted in April 2003
N+I News for April 30th
Commentary  |  4/30/2003  | 
Hot off the presses, here are some of today's announcements that caught our eye. Coyote Point today announced a May 12 ship date for Equalizer 7.0, a Layer 7-enabled upgrade of the company's intelligent load balancing appliance. New options include...
Network Computing's Best of Interop 2003
Commentary  |  4/29/2003  | 
Thanks to all those who entered our yearly competition for the best technology to come out of the Networld+Interop show in Las Vegas. You'll find below the winners from this evening's ceremony. But we also invite you to log into...
Well-Connected Videos
Commentary  |  4/29/2003  | 
We're sorry to announce that our video footage from last night's Well-Connected awards ceremony has been slightly delayed. But do not fear, we have posted below our own hand-picked, editors' choice uncommercials used in last night and last year's shows....
N+I News for April 29th
Commentary  |  4/29/2003  | 
Hot off the presses, here are some of today's announcements that caught our eye. NETGEAR today announced the launch of a dual-band 802.11a+g VPN firewall solution, the NETGEAR ProSafe Dual-Band Wireless VPN firewall (FWAG114). With the ability to simultaneously support...
And the winner is...
Commentary  |  4/29/2003  | 
We're pleased to bring you the winners of the 9th Annual Well-Connected Awards, live from Networld+Interop in Las Vegas Nevada. Below you'll find the winners of our seven technology categories. For more information, we invite you to visit our official...
N+I News for April 28th
Commentary  |  4/28/2003  | 
Good evening folks. Before we get to the Well-Connected Awards winners later this evening (here on the Daily Blog), we thought you might enjoy a wrapup of the best press announcements from the opening day of Networld+Interop. Fluke Networks today...
Speak Our Language
Commentary  |  4/28/2003  | 
It's about selling an image, product be damned. Sort out the details later.
Bring On the Innovators
Commentary  |  4/28/2003  | 
Even as profit margins narrow, innovators will pile in. Evidently, there's always room for more.
Let the madness begin
Commentary  |  4/28/2003  | 
Well, today begins our annual right of spring, Networld+Interop, where hordes of Network Computing editors converge on that small but tall town in Nevada. Keep your browser tuned to this page for news and photos from the show as well...
Just when you thought it couldn't get any more real...
Commentary  |  4/25/2003  | 
It does. Our Axis Network Camera is rolling live and you can visit any time you like. We've had some visitors already. How do we know? Because the Axis let's you pan and zoom around the lab and when it's...
n+i 2003 comin' at ya
Commentary  |  4/24/2003  | 
Hi folks. Just a heads up to let you know that our editors will be on hand in Las Vegas next week at the now yearly but still seminal networking show, Networld+Interop. Throughout the week, we'll post news, opinions, and...
Novell BrainShare Report
Commentary  |  4/24/2003  | 
In case you missed out on the goings on at BrainShare 2003 last week, our intrepid contributor, James E. Drews has posted the following CliffsNotes-esque show report. Netware 6.5 is now in open beta (beta 3). I have had it...
The Good, The Bad and the way too real
Commentary  |  4/22/2003  | 
Exchange stopped working again. I thought perhaps it was connectivity issues with our ADS server, so I did what any good MS network admin does: I rebooted the ADS server, waited five minutes, and then rebooted the mail server. It...
New content online
Commentary  |  4/20/2003  | 
Hi everyone, We've published the final installment of our April 17th issue today, featuring a review by Dave Molta and Dilip Advani of handheld WLAN analyzers and a workshop on SIP by Peter Morrissey. Plus, we've got the following online...
So one in five us us has a life?
Commentary  |  4/18/2003  | 
A recent poll by the nonprofit Pew Internet and American Life Project discovered that one in five Americans do not go online, and have no plans to ever do so. And while there's still plenty of folks who are signing...
Re: your last email
Commentary  |  4/18/2003  | 
No doubt, your morning ritual is very much like mine -- it includes wasting anywhere between one to five minutes (sometimes more) sorting through emails, weeding out the actual, important ones from the aggravating Spam. And have you READ some...
In the midst of a review...
Commentary  |  4/16/2003  | 
We're well under way of our review of CRM products for NWC Inc. We're feeling the pain of integration and scrutinizing each product as we know you'll be interacting with it eventually. The biggest problem seems to be that the...
Retirement Planning
Commentary  |  4/14/2003  | 
You have to continually evaluate new products so you know the options -- should you need to make a change.
Cross the Platform, Get On Board
Commentary  |  4/14/2003  | 
Clearly, it's time to start honing those cross-platform development skills again.
IT Can Deliver the Goods
Commentary  |  4/14/2003  | 
Don't underestimate IT's ability to evaluate technologies based on their financial potential.
New content online
Commentary  |  4/13/2003  | 
Designing Storage Area Networks
As always, you can grab the entire contents of the new issue from our RSS feed, or you can browse for stories here. --bodyend--- EXTENDED BODY:
Stupid Security Competition
Commentary  |  4/11/2003  | 
Well, the ballots are at last in and the winners announced for the annual Stupid Security Competition. Hosted by Privacy International, this competition sought out the world's most stupid security measures. As you might expect, the MTA and select airports...
Extended Top 11 List
Commentary  |  4/7/2003  | 
In conjunction with our recent Top 11 list on OS/2, we're pleased to bring you our extended, 32-bit version, containing all of the top suggestions tendered by your fellow Network Computing readers. Enjoy. Top 11 Ways the world would be...
Confucius say ...
Commentary  |  4/4/2003  | 
if you want DNS query results to be returned you must allow them to pass through the router. Trying to keep down the number of extended ACLs on our Cisco router is becoming difficult. But I believe this was the...
That's alot of Calimari!
Commentary  |  4/3/2003  | 
Yeah, I know -- this is WAY off topic. But since we sort of glossed over April Fool's this year, I thought a little piece of "odd news" wouldn't hurt. Apparently the mythical, rarely seen Giant Squid has competition --...
Completed Issue Online
Commentary  |  4/3/2003  | 
Morning everyone, The rest of our April 3rd, 2003 issue is online. This half features a nice review of three DNS appliances by Joe Hernick and Dean Ellerton. There's also Sean Doherty's Sneak Preview of Virage's VS Webcasting application, which...
Are You Connected?
Commentary  |  4/1/2003  | 
No, we're not asking if you've got a friend in Hollywood (although I do have this great script...but I digress). It's getting close to that time of the year again -- Networld+Interop time. You now what that means -- our...


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