Julie Bort

Articles by Julie Bort

SQL injection attack compromises nearly 200,000 sites

Attackers have planted malicious JavaScript on ASP.Net sites that causes the browser to load an iframe that tries to plant malware on the visitor's PC rnrn

Lync not enterprise-ready, claims Microsoft ISV-turned-rival

Lack of support for mobile clients and hidden costs can make a large-scale Lync deployment far less appealing than a small-scale one

NEC to ship OpenFlow switch for Microsoft Hyper-V

Virtual switch will be integrated with the next version of Windows Server, expected some time next year, and will include multi-path load balancing functions

Lync not enterprise-ready, claims rival

A former Microsoft partner and expert on its telephony suite has turned against the newest version of the application since joining Avaya

Opinon: Microsoft was ‘trounced’ in i4i case

Although the decision was no surprise, says one attorney, he also predicts it will create 'huge ripples' on U.S. patent law

Canadian startup among ones to watch in 2008

Ten young companies offering innovative products to enterprises

IT pros getting better at balancing work and life

Times, they are a-changin' for network professionals. Pay, which has always been good, is rising -- though perhaps not fast enough for the IT workforce's taste. But the trade-off for those cushy paychecks -- brutal hours and inflexible schedules -- has also begun to fade, according to Network World's 2006 Salary Survey.

A map to your infrastructure

As the enterprise moves into next-generation network management, here

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