Enterprise network and wireless management

  • June 27, 2005 27 Jun'05

    Wireless security: Six steps to success

    There is no bigger issue in wireless than security.

  • June 07, 2005 07 Jun'05

    Warning: VoIP brings new security threats

    Could spammers strike your voice mail? With VoIP, a slew of new security threats are possible.

  • February 15, 2005 15 Feb'05

    The outlook for VoIP: Regulatory battles and new competition

    The ongoing debate about how and whether to tax voice services is growing louder as the number of VoIP users surges.

  • February 07, 2005 07 Feb'05

    VoIP: What you don't know could hurt you

    Most big cost savings promised by VoIP vendors quickly fade away, but VoIP technology can help your organization shine.

  • February 01, 2005 01 Feb'05

    SSL VPNs get a green light from more CIOs

    Santa Barbara Charter remote workers were flying without a net -- until the company found security in an SSL VPN.

  • January 25, 2005 25 Jan'05

    SMBs like the look of iSCSI technology

    New iSCSI networked storage technology is grabbing the attention of some SMB executives.

  • November 06, 2004 06 Nov'04

    New IT systems give plastic surgery center a face-lift

    Saggy, wrinkly IT systems were costing a plastic surgery center. But IT investments proved more than just cosmetic -- they've helped rejuvenate and tighten up the business

  • October 16, 2004 16 Oct'04

    Yankee Group: Switch vendors targeting wrong market

    Vendors focusing on the SMB market are missing the real opportunity at branch offices and remote sites of large companies, according to the Yankee Group.

  • September 17, 2004 17 Sep'04

    Storage networks: Right size for SMBs?

    Storage networks dominate the enterprise data market, but they are relatively new to customers in small and medium-sized businesses. As storage networks have evolved over the last few years, there is now a lot more information available. But what ...

  • September 03, 2004 03 Sep'04

    The key to utility computing

    It seems like everyone is trying to get on the on-demand, utility computing bandwagon. Nearly every technology company has its own utility computing strategy. But the telecommunications carriers have been slow to focus on this market opportunity. ...

  • August 18, 2004 18 Aug'04

    SMBs need solid networks, too

    Smaller businesses often have the same networking needs as larger ones -- with a couple of caveats. Their networks have to be simple to manage and relatively inexpensive.