One Session Too Many, A Thousand Never Enough
The American Medical Association this week declined to list excessive video game playing as an addiction, according to the Associated Press. The AMA did acknowledge that because 70 to 90 percent of U.S. youths play video games, more research is...
Here's mud in your iPhone
I don't care about the iPhone. Unless Apple wants to buy out my current contract with Verizon Wireless or Verizon Wireless wants to start carrying the iPhone, I know that I won't be buying one any time soon. I plunked...
Viral Video of the Week: A Whale of a Tale
This week's video is a classic in more ways than one. It's been circulating the web since before the term "viral video" was ever uttered. Heck, filmed in 1970, it's been around since before the web as we know it....
Users Move Faster Than Policy
I moderated a Webcast recently on messaging-based security threats. An analyst on the panel did what analysts always do???provided some very sound advice that happens to be very difficult to implement....
What To Do When Windows Vista Crashes
Because Microsoft's new operating system is bigger than its predecessors, it's more of a pain to reinstall. Here are some backup, repair, and monitoring methods so you won't have to,
It's Easy Being Green
Carbonfund.org is a nonprofit based in Silver Springs, Md., that teams with businesses to support carbon-reducing initiatives. Tech companes currently partnering with the group include WebEx, which will sponsor a tree if you sign up for a free trial and...
Strategy Session: Transformations
We're saying goodbye to the standalone print version of Network Computing. But worry not--we're not going gently into that good night. Art Wittmann explains NWC's bold, new initiative.
Viral Video of the Week - Japanese Tetris?
SNL's Lazy Sunday. The Star Wars Kid. Leonard Nimoy Singing "The Legend of Bilbo Baggins". These and other viral videos have been circulating the web for years now....
Legal Brief: How's Your Forensics Strategy?
Although forensic products are slow to evolve, new eDiscovery requirements and the increasing sophistication of corporate infosec practices suggest that you re-evaluate your forensic readiness.
HP, like other vendors, is taking it on the chin about mainstay products
New 1-Tbyte drives may be just the ticket to blur lines between consumer, enterprise storage
Vendors and customers waiting to see who will blink first as blade prices stay high
Podcast: IronPort's Scott Weiss
The CEO of IronPort systems talks about his company's acquisition by Cisco and why he sees no end in sight to the problem of spam. Listen Now | Read the Interview...
Interview: SourceFire's Marty Roesch
The CTO of Sourcefire and inventor of Snort talks about the power of open-source deployment, taking the company public and why Wall Street analysts are a scary lot. Listen Now | Read the Interview...
Interview: Altiris' Greg Butterfield
The Group President of the Altiris' Business Unit of Symantec talks about the promises--and perils--of being acquired. Listen Now | Read the Interview...