Avaya endorses Extreme

Avaya endorses Extreme

Avaya Inc. today advised users of its Cajun switches to consider replacing them with either BlackDiamond or Summit switches, manufactured...

January 23rd, 2008 Greg Meckbach

NAC: Standalone vs. built into infrastructure

NAC: Standalone vs. built into infrastructure

I keep hearing about NAC as both standalone appliances and as part of switching infrastructure. Which is the best way...

November 4th, 2007 Jim Metzger

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

Network Access Control coming into its own as a virus combatant

Network Access Control coming into its own as a virus combatant

When virus outbreaks and network downtime threatened customer data, Curtis Simonson faced a conundrum: How could he allow the necessary...

April 26th, 2007 Denise Dubie

Pennsylvania university replaces PCs with Macs to cut costs

Pennsylvania university replaces PCs with Macs to cut costs

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEWilkes University announced Wednesday that it has pulled the plug on PCs in favor of Macs, saying...

March 15th, 2007 Gregg Keizer

Daddy can’t go – GoDaddy.com hit hard with denial of service attacks

Daddy can’t go – GoDaddy.com hit hard with denial of service attacks

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEDomain registrar and hosting company GoDaddy.com Inc. was hit with "significant and sustained" distributed denial-of-service attacks Sunday,...

March 11th, 2007 Grant Gross

Having your Mac and your Windows too with Intel Macs

Having your Mac and your Windows too with Intel Macs

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEIf I needed an indicator that this whole Intel-Mac thing is opening new doors for Apple, I...

January 6th, 2007 Jason Snell

IBM flashes ‘Flash killer’

IBM flashes ‘Flash killer’

IBM has built a prototype storage device with two partners that they claim is 500 times faster than Flash. It...

December 11th, 2006 Chris Mellor

Cisco targets low-end SAN customers

Cisco targets low-end SAN customers

Cisco Systems is rolling out a low-end Fibre Channel switch that supports some features of its larger director-level switches, such...

December 7th, 2006 Jeff Jedras and Deni Connor