Articles By Scott Bradner

Getting the personal touch

Getting the personal touch

Well, that didn’t take long. Just after ChoicePoint Inc.’s identity theft problems came the announcement that Bank of America Corp....

March 31st, 2005 Scott Bradner
An RFID warning shot

An RFID warning shot

Radio frequency identification is a part of the present and may well be a major part of our future. This...

February 28th, 2005 Scott Bradner
Can AT&T learn to be stupid?

Can AT&T learn to be stupid?

AT&T has been in the press quite a bit of late, and not just for its effort to derail -...

September 19th, 2003 Scott Bradner
Will there be a next-generation network?

Will there be a next-generation network?

The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) recently held a workshop titled "Next-Generation Networks: What, When and How?" The assumption in many...

July 17th, 2003 Scott Bradner
Building security by making holes

Building security by making holes

Net InsiderLast month I got a call from the folks at VanDyke Software Inc. They wanted to chat about what...

February 6th, 2003 Scott Bradner
Looking forward by looking backward

Looking forward by looking backward

What will you think were the big Internet-related stories of 2003 looking back at it a year from now? I'm...

January 23rd, 2003 Scott Bradner
What fools these mortals be

What fools these mortals be

Net InsiderI know it's not Halloween, but if you want to read a scary book, try The Art of Deception...

January 2nd, 2003 Scott Bradner
Does it hurt to be castigated?

Does it hurt to be castigated?

Net Insider You can tell that Steve Ballmer is a Harvard boy. When Microsoft Corp.'s CEO was asked about one...

November 28th, 2002 Scott Bradner
All the news that

All the news that

Net InsiderGoogle Inc. recently strengthened its untouched-by-human-hands news service, news.google.com, and it's quite good. Maybe too good.Google has applied its...

November 14th, 2002 Scott Bradner
The good side of peer-to-peer

The good side of peer-to-peer

Peer-to-peer networking has developed a very bad reputation in the last year or so, mostly because it's a term that...

October 31st, 2002 Scott Bradner