Articles By Gary H. Anthes

Database horizons

Database horizons

The modern database era began in 1970, when E.F. Codd published his paper "A Relational Model of Data for Large...

August 5th, 2002 Gary H. Anthes
Feature: The incredible shrinking storage media

Feature: The incredible shrinking storage media

Last month, IBM Corp. made the stunning announcement that it had written data to a storage medium at a density...

July 7th, 2002 Gary H. Anthes
Cryptography for the masses

Cryptography for the masses

Cryptography expert Martin Hellman, co-inventor of Diffie-Hellman public-key encryption, says he never encrypts his e-mail. It's just too much trouble....

May 26th, 2002 Gary H. Anthes
The search is on

The search is on

Researchers are inventing better ways to find and make sense of information. Efforts to improve data mining and searching are...

April 14th, 2002 Gary H. Anthes
Malware’s destructive appetite grows

Malware’s destructive appetite grows

An evil array of computer viruses, worms and Trojan horses will in coming years propagate to your cell phone, invade...

April 1st, 2002 Gary H. Anthes
SANs get sensible

SANs get sensible

Until recently, storage-area networks (SAN) have gotten a mixed reception. Users have praised their performance and flexibility but criticized their...

January 27th, 2002 Gary H. Anthes
Capturing the can-do spirit

Capturing the can-do spirit

In 1973, Craig B. Luigart spent his days in the bilge of a U.S. Navy minesweeper, waist-deep in oily water,...

December 23rd, 2001 Gary H. Anthes
Novell

Novell

Imagine software that gives users a single view into a seamless network, wherever they are and wherever their browsers take...

November 11th, 2001 Gary H. Anthes
Consumer group: Online privacy protections fall short

Consumer group: Online privacy protections fall short

Despite growing concern on the part of Internet users and increased government regulation, many Web sites around the world still...

January 26th, 2001 Gary H. Anthes
Beware: the robots are coming

Beware: the robots are coming

John Dolan said he wants to build a robot that can be flushed down the toilet - literally - to...

June 15th, 2000 Gary H. Anthes