INTEROP: laying bets on the future

INTEROP: laying bets on the future

I just bet Dean Drako, the CEO of anti-spyware/spam vendor Barracuda Networks, $5 that within five years all of our...

May 26th, 2005 Mark Gibbs

education technology and integration specialist with Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology

education technology and integration specialist with Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology

They love Debian Linux but not Red Hat. They tolerate Windows but only for gaming. And one of the few...

March 27th, 2005 Carolyn Duffy Marsan

Wireless LANs face next challenges

Wireless LANs face next challenges

LAN managers and CIOs can breathe a little easier, now that solid security standards are available for wireless LANs (WLANs)....

February 28th, 2005 Galen Gruman

Wireless thrives, RFID flies, viruses multiply in 2005: Deloitte

Wireless thrives, RFID flies, viruses multiply in 2005: Deloitte

WiFi thrives, RFID flies, viruses multiply, and VoIP (despite all its problems) survives.Those, in a nutshell, are among the top...

February 13th, 2005 Vanessa Ho

Group preps ATMs for Windows cyber battle

Group preps ATMs for Windows cyber battle

ATM manufacturers along with the UK-based Global ATM Security Alliance (GASA) are working to improve protection for automated teller machines...

January 31st, 2005 Tom Venetis

HP fleshes out networking strategy

HP fleshes out networking strategy

Hewlett-Packard Co. last week unveiled its LAN infrastructure strategy, focusing on intelligent edge switches, backed by high-speed, highly available interconnect...

December 12th, 2004 Michael Martin

India gets patriotic with .in domain

India gets patriotic with .in domain

The Indian government is making it easier to register Internet addresses with the ".in" top-level country domain, with a view...

October 28th, 2004 John Ribeiro

Another rival looks to eat up BlackBerry

Another rival looks to eat up BlackBerry

JP Mobile Inc. has introduced a new version of its wireless e-mail platform, adding security management features acquired from Asynchrony...

October 14th, 2004 Matthew Broersma

Cisco warns of flaws in ACS product

Cisco warns of flaws in ACS product

Networking equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc. warned customers about security holes in two products that provide user authentication and authorization...

August 26th, 2004 Paul Roberts