Can IT be delivered with a monthly utility bill?

Can IT be delivered with a monthly utility bill?

It’s the end of corporate computing, as we know it. So says Nicholas G. Carr, the Harvard Business Review scribe...

August 3rd, 2005 Dan McLean

Force10 manages to raise the 10G bar, again

Force10 manages to raise the 10G bar, again

Force10 Networks Inc. recently refreshed its 10G switch product line, doubling the switching capacity and port densities on all its...

September 30th, 2004 Phil Hochmuth

Network analyzers are bustin’ out all over

Network analyzers are bustin’ out all over

Whatever size and type of network you run, a traffic analyzer for it was released this week At one extreme,...

June 10th, 2004 Bryan Betts

Network is only as secure as you want it to be

Network is only as secure as you want it to be

VPNs, firewalls, and anti-virus are the big three of security. But the dirty little secret is that a lot of...

April 8th, 2004 Ephraim Schwartz

Group makes case for sending fax over IP

Group makes case for sending fax over IP

A new group says it's time for the enterprise to seriously consider fax over IP (FoIP) for document transmission, but...

October 17th, 2003 Stefan Dubowski

AT&T to invest US$3 billion by 2005 in global network

AT&T to invest US$3 billion by 2005 in global network

AT&T Corp. will spend US$3 billion in capital expenditures this year to completely transform its global network from having a...

September 10th, 2003 Allison Taylor

Symantec goes on the hunt for intruders

Symantec goes on the hunt for intruders

Symantec Corp. claims its users will have a better chance of preventing previously unseen types of network attacks with its...

July 25th, 2003 Greg Enright

Network experience in the pocket

Network experience in the pocket

ComputerWorld Canada Simon Fraser University (SFU) says it has tapped into a tool that takes an experienced engineer's knowledge and...

May 30th, 2003 Patricia Zyska

Enterasys scales up enterprise switching

Enterasys scales up enterprise switching

Enterasys Networks Inc. supersized its gear for enterprise LANs on Monday, introducing a series of bigger routing switches as well...

April 20th, 2003 Stephen Lawson