Getting Down & Dirty
With Holloween a month away, readers identify vendors who trick more than they treat
Power to Whom?
Is shifting backup responsibilities to end-users worth it?
Although compliance with specific regulations certainly requires a good bit more than simple common sense, keeping data safe usually demands exactly that.
10 Steps to Mobilization
A mobility project can transform your enterprise--if you avoid the complexity and cost pitfalls. We offer a road map to a successful mobile application deployment.
How Much Is Too Much?
6:15 PM -- Iron Mountain continues to have high-profile snafus. Is it just bad luck?
Has Apple Lost Its Security Shine?
With the latest large sets of security patches and an alleged wireless driver vulnerability, Mac OS X no longer seems invincible. Our expert delves into the real threats in the
On the road to 4G
In announcing that they had decided to deploy a WiMAX network using their 2.5GHz spectrum, Sprint proclaimed that their decision marked their commitment to building a 4G wireless broadband network. Several commentators, including Network Computing's own, Peter Rysavy, were quick...
The Cable-less Console
Serial based console ports have long been the lowest common denominator when it comes to configuring routers and switches. Although in-band management solutions such as telnet, SNMP and SSH allow for far greater flexibility, the physical nature of a serial...
Acquisition of the Week: webMethods and Infravio
webMethods, Inc. (Nasdaq: WEBM) today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately-held Infravio, Inc. for approximately $38 million in cash. The deal is expected to close during the month of September 2006 and it is...
It's Wi-Fi Baby!
Couldn't pass up sharing this cute baby onesie. There's a slew of others future geek clothing, including a shirt for baby bloggers, little Linux Users and more at http://www.cafepress.com/buy/baby/geek/kids...
Customized Systems Management Suites
So you're not a Fortune 1,000. That doesn't mean your small enterprise doesn't deserve its own custom-tailored systems management strategy. Here's how to design a strategy to match your needs
NAC/NAP: A House of Cards?
Is the new Cisco NAC/Microsoft NAP Interoperability Architecture partnership a harbinger of things to come? Is this the situation that NAC vendors have feared (or welcomed, depending on your point of view)? It certainly is an ambitious partnership and if...
Dual-Core CPU Buyer's Guide
With Intel and AMD embroiled in a performance and price war, choosing a desktop processor can be tough. We'll make the decision easier with a guide to chip choices and