Articles By Kevin Tolly

Bento and the return of the personal database

Bento and the return of the personal database

When you think back to the dawn of corporate PCs in the early 1980s, its single most important aspect was...

December 18th, 2007 Kevin Tolly
Microsoft poised to shake up ‘application acceleration’ space

Microsoft poised to shake up ‘application acceleration’ space

“Niche killer” has been an oft-encountered modus operandi of Microsoft over the years. Whether it is disk defragmentation, disk compression,...

July 30th, 2007 Kevin Tolly
Open source and secret sauce

Open source and secret sauce

A few weeks back, one of The Tolly Group’s testing clients got a fair bit of press when it announced...

April 26th, 2007 Kevin Tolly
Blogs, truth and the enterprise

Blogs, truth and the enterprise

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEThe Internet, in general, and blogs, in particular, give enterprise architects a vast array of informational resources...

April 12th, 2007 Kevin Tolly
Vista – The calm in the eye of the storm

Vista – The calm in the eye of the storm

For all the attention the introduction of Vista has received in recent weeks, it has ironically been one of the...

March 1st, 2007 Kevin Tolly
Minimizing video monster

Minimizing video monster

Like so many things, corporate video over IP has been heralded as the “next big thing” for some time now....

February 15th, 2007 Kevin Tolly
iPhone: An enterprise Trojan horse?

iPhone: An enterprise Trojan horse?

Some 25 years ago,...

February 1st, 2007 Kevin Tolly
Security, SMB offerings set to play big roles in

Security, SMB offerings set to play big roles in

Firewalls and unified threat management systems that protect your borders certainly aren’t going away in 2007, but plan to spend...

January 18th, 2007 Kevin Tolly
Living in the post e-mail world

Living in the post e-mail world

I give up. After almost two decades of e-mail being my quintessential business tool for managing people, projects and processes,...

January 4th, 2007 Kevin Tolly
Are you being (virtually) served?

Are you being (virtually) served?

Data center managers have adopted server virtualization wholeheartedly in the past year, across a variety of businesses, and for nearly...

January 4th, 2007 Kevin Tolly