Product hits

Product hits

Samsung prepping 4GB flash drive for Windows Vista Samsung Electronics has developed a flash memory-based drive that will help users...

August 17th, 2006 ComputerWorld Canada staff

Gartner analyst: Resist Gig Ethernet

Gartner analyst: Resist Gig Ethernet

Is Gigabit Ethernet a waste of your money? An analyst recently told enterprise IT and network professionals they would toss...

June 8th, 2006 Phil Hochmuth and Jim Duffy

Startup offers malware protection

Startup offers malware protection

Startup FireEye debuted this month, announcing plans to ship a switch-based network access control appliance in June that will let...

May 25th, 2006 Ellen Messmer

SAP, IBM look to charm users with ‘Viper’ database

SAP, IBM look to charm users with ‘Viper’ database

Ratcheting up their alliance against common foe Oracle Corp., IBM and SAP AG said Thursday that the next version of...

May 14th, 2006 Computerworld Staff

president and CEO, Comwave

president and CEO, Comwave

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLERogers Telecom Inc. is denying accusations of discriminatory and anti-competitive conduct filed by Comwave Telecom Inc., a...

May 9th, 2006

Pressing interplay

Pressing interplay

Security for the enterprise comes in all shapes and sizes. Its moving parts are coordinated by a mechanism known as...

March 16th, 2006 Mark Els

Interface can make configuration friendly

Interface can make configuration friendly

Trite but true: Your company’s data is its most important asset. This applies to your databases, data files, e-mail stores...

February 2nd, 2006 Barry Nance

Building the intelligent network

Building the intelligent network

The days of the fat, dumb pipe are over. Server applications and storage have been shouldering the intelligence and security...

September 29th, 2005 Leon Erlanger

Cisco separates switching processes

Cisco separates switching processes

Cisco Systems, Inc. is upgrading software on its Catalyst 6500 switches to enable individual processes on the devices to run...

September 29th, 2005 Network World Canada Staff