Network World U.S. staff

Articles by Network World U.S. staff

Is there a ‘best’ way to set up your private cloud storage?

Opinions vary widely on the best way to architect the storage. Here are some options

75% of companies don’t collect social media data: IBM

IBM conducted a survey of the IBM SHARE user group and found that a scant 25% of respondents collected data from social media networks

Network security will dominate worries this year

Security concerns will dominate the network landscape in 2008, as they have in most years

Emergency preparedness: The role of Wi-Fi

The tragic collapse of a Minneapolis bridge over the Mississippi River in early August received a lot of media attention. But there was a story behind that story that got very little airtime, if any at all: The story of the role of the city

Free Wi-Fi software nixes need for routers

Researchers are making available software they say can be used to link nearby computers via Wi-Fi without a router and that someday could be used by cell phone users to make free calls.

Study warns against using cell phones on flights

Airlines need to do a better job of keeping passengers from using cell phones and laptops during flight because interference caused by such gear could cause accidents, according to a new study.

Tandberg introduces new videoconferencing devices

Tandberg ASA last week rolled out three videoconferencing appliances targeted at desktops and small group conference users.

Hacker breaks into Berkeley computer

UC Berkeley computer hacked

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