Eat packets, VoIP boy

Eat packets, VoIP boy

Who knew that using voice over IP was so fraught with disaster? After I posted M. K.'s tale of VOIP...

August 15th, 2007 Robert Cringely

Canadian truck dealer turns to Primus for “big fish” treatment

Canadian truck dealer turns to Primus for “big fish” treatment

When nation-wide truck dealership Maxim Transportation Services Inc. got tired of being treated as the "little fish" by incumbent telecom...

June 21st, 2007

Teak switch targets Ethernet congestion

Teak switch targets Ethernet congestion

Startup Teak Technologies has debuted a 10G Ethernet switch for blade servers. The hook is a new traffic-management and congestion-detection...

May 21st, 2007 Phil Hochmuth

Getting your wireless act together

Getting your wireless act together

A mobile mess looms for CIOs who ignore the rising popularity of handhelds. New third-generation (3G) cellular networks make wireless...

March 1st, 2007 Galen Gruman

Microsoft Vista firewall offers little outbound protection

Microsoft Vista firewall offers little outbound protection

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEMicrosoft Corp. has touted Windows Vista as giving significant security improvements over Windows XP, and it offers...

February 14th, 2007 Preston Gralla

Are wired ports fast becoming ancient?

Are wired ports fast becoming ancient?

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEA popular stance in network design is wireless connectivity should augment but not replace wired connections, primarily...

January 9th, 2007 Greg Schaffer

RIM releases enterprise server software for mobile apps

RIM releases enterprise server software for mobile apps

Research In Motion Tuesday announced server software that makes it easier for companies to deploy mobile applications tied into back-end...

October 25th, 2006 John Cox

Scalent enhances virtualization wares

Scalent enhances virtualization wares

Scalent recently released Version 2.0 of its software designed to help corporate users virtualize the server, network and storage resources...

September 14th, 2006 John Fontana

New bug could give you the jitters

New bug could give you the jitters

They've been aptly nicknamed 'JitterBugs'. They are tiny devices that attach to a keyboard and record what users type, and...

August 9th, 2006 Ryan DeBeasi