Articles By Neal Weinberg

20 ‘tough- as- nails’ cost cutting strategies

20 ‘tough- as- nails’ cost cutting strategies

In tough economic times, all enterprise departments are required to tighten their belts. To help IT execs navigate through the...

October 16th, 2008 Neal Weinberg
Internet bank robbers peddling infected servers database, says Kaspersky

Internet bank robbers peddling infected servers database, says Kaspersky

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLERussian security professionals Eugene and Natalya Kaspersky dropped by Network World this week en route from Moscow...

February 5th, 2007 Neal Weinberg
IT will waste $100B on network overspending, analysts say

IT will waste $100B on network overspending, analysts say

IT will waste an estimated US$100 billion over the next five years by overspending on network products and services. That...

October 26th, 2006 Neal Weinberg
technology research analyst, Wrigley

technology research analyst, Wrigley

The first retail item ever barcoded was a pack of Wrigley gum back in 1974, but the Chicago-based manufacturer is...

July 7th, 2005 Neal Weinberg
RFID reality check

RFID reality check

The first retail item ever barcoded was a pack of Wrigley gum back in 1974, but the Chicago-based manufacturer is...

June 26th, 2005 Neal Weinberg
Founding partner, Internet Law Group

Founding partner, Internet Law Group

The war on spam is far from over, but there was a growing sense among the antispam crusaders gathered at...

January 25th, 2005 Neal Weinberg
Security expert: Virus writers are winning

Security expert: Virus writers are winning

Mikko Hypp...

August 5th, 2004 Neal Weinberg
Saluting the industry’s digital dads

Saluting the industry’s digital dads

In honour of Father’s Day, we’ve tracked down a handful of those in the computer and network industries who have...

June 24th, 2004 Neal Weinberg
Milking a budget

Milking a budget

Getting more bang for the buck is the goal of every network executive. But who has time to investigate every...

October 7th, 1999 Neal Weinberg