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  • Need opinions on severity of security risk from vulnerability scan

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  • Does a 802.11n access point or router offer an expanded range to 802.11g devices?

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  • Your opinion needed on blade server setup for a small company

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  • Problems replicating SQL Server 2000 table

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  • What’s the effect of multipath propagation on the performance of a WLAN?

    What's the effect of multi-path propagation on the performance of a WLAN? Thank you.

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  • Strange Request

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  • Is now the time for Power over Ethernet?

    Our SearchNetworkingChannel.com expert says that it might be best to hold off recommending Power over Ethernet to networking clients until the 802.3an standard gets widely adopted. What do you think? Is there any benefit to going with Power over Ethernet now?

    Donnellymp430 pointsBadges:
  • Information I should expect when asking a vendor for HW and SW specs

    I've been asked to 'get the hardware and software specs' from a vendor on their document imaging product (a COTS product). The application is currently being hosted in their environment and uses a web browser. When they respond, what information should I expect so that I know I received everything?...

    Bawash6125 pointsBadges:
  • Why is Cisco adopting the SIP protocol?

    Our SearchNetworkingChannel.com expert says it's a good for Cisco to embrace SIP as a networking protocol standard alongside SCCP, or their Skinny Client Control Protocol. Do you agree? Why or why not?

    Donnellymp430 pointsBadges:
  • How will the planned changes in PCI-DSS affect the channel?

    Changes are in the offing for PCI-DSS. Are these changes for the better? How will it impact your channel business?

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  • What’s the best way for service providers to enter the hosted services market?

    Our expert on SearchSystemsChannel.com says the best way for VARs to get into the hosted services market is to begin by building in-house hosted services for their own internal use, and then demonstrating those services to their clients. Has this been your experience? What other advice would you...

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  • What accounts for the trend toward SMB security?

    Our expert on SearchSecurityChannel.com says the natural consolidation of both technology and solution providers means that competition for named accounts and big-ticket items is fierce. As a result, the SMB security market is becoming more popular than ever. Has that been your experience?

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  • Are network access control products finally living up to their billing?

    Network access control (NAC) products sound like a good idea. And they seem to work well to protect against inadvertent pollution by authorized users. But some experts think we should be skeptical that NAC products can fend off hostile attacks. Do you think NAC products are being oversold as the...

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  • Do You Have A Question For Symantec’s Channel VP?

    Next week on the SearchITChannel.com Partner News Podcast, one of Symantec's top channel executives will be our guest. If you have a question about Symantec's partner program, leave it here and we'll make sure to ask when we record the podcast. This is your chance to have your voice heard! Once you...

    Colin Steele2,225 pointsBadges:
  • How can service providers ensure that network projects succeed?

    We all hear the horror stories about network projects gone wrong. But is success all down to black magic or the luck of the draw? On SearchNetworkingChannel.com, expert Matt Vlasach says there are some simple steps -- Discovery, Design, Deployment and Maintenance -- you can follow to make sure your...

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  • When should your clients upgrade?

    What are the top reasons your clients should upgrade their network infrastructure? Our SearchNetworkingChannel.com expert says performance, reliability and security have to be at the top of the list. What do you think?

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