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Technology isn

Technology isn

When deciding to go with a new Web-enabled technology, a company's choice of product should only make up about 60...

March 25th, 1999 Gail Balfour
DecisionBase moves data anywhere

DecisionBase moves data anywhere

DecisionBase is a tool for moving and transforming data targeted at the data-warehouse market. Clearly, it is aimed at large...

March 25th, 1999 Eric Hammond
Linux has merit, but it isn

Linux has merit, but it isn

The Linux fan base has been increasing lately, but concerns over the complexity of the open source OS are still...

March 25th, 1999 Peter Wolchak
The case of the missing bandwidth

The case of the missing bandwidth

IBM's Apparent Network Speed Analysis (ANSA) tool helped Vancouver's police department solve a mystery the force couldn't handle on its...

March 25th, 1999 Michael Martin
Direction needed on road to convergence

Direction needed on road to convergence

Networking is being driven down a path towards convergence and, like it or not, enterprise business is going along for...

March 25th, 1999 Dan McLean
Manager or techie? Choice is evolving

Manager or techie? Choice is evolving

At some point, almost every IT professional will face a choice between pursuing a technical career and entering management. When...

March 25th, 1999 Paula Jacobs
Track Internet use with Cyber Snoop

Track Internet use with Cyber Snoop

Pearl Software Inc.'s Cyber Snoop tracks and controls Internet usage in a variety of configurable ways.Available in both desktop and...

March 25th, 1999 Kimberly Chapman
E-commerce multiplies security needs

E-commerce multiplies security needs

The Internet has shattered one of the fundamental rules of commerce -- to always know who you are doing business...

March 25th, 1999 Gail Balfour
Microsoft confirms NT security flaw

Microsoft confirms NT security flaw

Microsoft Corp. today acknowledged a security flaw in its Windows NT operating system that could allow a person to access...

March 25th, 1999 James Niccolai
Turn off your cellular phone, I dare you

Turn off your cellular phone, I dare you

Does this sound familiar? You're a project manager and you've been working around the clock trying to meet a deadline....

March 25th, 1999 Karen Hill