Security flaw makes GPG crypto vulnerable

Security flaw makes GPG crypto vulnerable

Developers of the open-source GnuPG encryption software have reported a security flaw that could allow an attacker to sneak malicious...

March 13th, 2006 James Niccolai

MS to ‘push e-mail’ as Blackberry fate hangs in balance

MS to ‘push e-mail’ as Blackberry fate hangs in balance

With Research in Motion Ltd.'s BlackBerrys in danger of a shutdown for patent violations, Microsoft Corp. is ready to exploit...

January 25th, 2006 Jeremy Kirk

Oracle clears Fusion confusion

Oracle clears Fusion confusion

Oracle President Charles Phillips on Wednesday led off a two-and-a-half hour deep dive into the technology behind Fusion, hoping to...

January 19th, 2006 Ephraim Schwartz

Building to fit makes more sense than speed in a box

Building to fit makes more sense than speed in a box

As we progress through each year, one thing is certain — network gear gets faster. Sometimes the increase manifests itself...

January 5th, 2006 Kevin Tolly

Converged network cures all

Converged network cures all

When Roger Fahnestock started work in 2002 as IT director of Kane County, Ill., he found a mishmash of antiquated...

November 24th, 2005 Tim Greene

Cisco aims to simplify switch management

Cisco aims to simplify switch management

Cisco is upgrading software on its Catalyst 6500 switches so individual processes on the devices run separately, allowing customers to...

September 15th, 2005 Tim Greene

Thin is in for one of the country’s largest banks

Thin is in for one of the country’s largest banks

Thin-client computing can boost staff productivity and speed things up for customers, while cutting operational costs. Sounds like one of...

August 18th, 2005 Dan McLean

Stepping in front of the freight train

Stepping in front of the freight train

“There are, and always have been, people who know how to crash the Internet but have so far chosen not...

August 18th, 2005 Mark Gibbs

Macromedia unveils Studio 8

Macromedia unveils Studio 8

San Francisco-based Macromedia Inc. on Monday will announce Studio 8, the newest version of the company's suite of applications for...

August 8th, 2005 Jim Dalrymple