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Server disconnection on one but not the other

Answer  I have two computers. Both use the same ISP, the same modem/router. One can connect to a server (laptop) the other cannot (desktop). Running ping and tracert queries on the desktop reveals that there is a serious lag on a hop. When the tracert query is run on both computers simultaneously the ...

Last updated: Aug 6, 2011   1:51 AM GMT   |    ASUS, Ethernet connection, Microsoft Windows 7
A Look at Aastra's Response Point System

Blog  Microsoft's Response Point phone system will have a third hardware provider very soon. Quanta (Syspine) and D-Link have already been providing Response Point base units and phones, and now the long awaited Aastra phone system is nearly ready for prime time. The Microsoft Response Point system offers...

Last updated: Jun 5, 2008   2:33 AM GMT  |  Blog: Unified Communications: Click to talk
Cisco At Fault for Duke's "iPhone Issue"

Blog  The iPhone had already developed a fanatic, cult-like following before it was even released. Although there are some shortcomings (lack of 3G wireless being a big one), that popularity has just grown since its release. However, the Apple iPhone evangelists were dealt a setback last week...or so it s...

Last updated: Aug 29, 2007   1:48 PM GMT  |  Blog: Unified Communications: Click to talk
TechTarget's weekly roundup (3/9 - 3/16)

Blog   VMware image via Shutterstock Who will win in the brewing hybrid cloud management battle: VMware or AWS? Find out in this week's roundup. 1. Hybrid cloud management battle brews between VMware and AWS - Beth Pariseau (SearchCloudComputing) VMware plans to allow its customers to move virtual machi...

Last updated: Mar 16, 2015   2:17 PM GMT  |  Blog: Enterprise IT Watch Blog   |      AWS, Data storage, Juniper Networks
BT and Cisco Put Namebrand Credibility Behind Hosted UC

Blog  BT and Cisco announced that the two are teaming up to deliver hosted unified communications on a global scale. There is a lot of buzz--much of it little more than hype--about the impending merger of unified communications with the ubiquitous cloud, and the advent of delivering hosted unified communi...

Last updated: Dec 18, 2009   4:57 AM GMT  |  Blog: Unified Communications: Click to talk
Securing the cloud: Is IDS passe?

Answer  It used to be a good design to not only run applications in different tiers, but also physically separate them on different network switches. Network devices have since improved (security wise) and some folks seem to be alright with virtual switches. And then came the cloud infrastructure where secu...

Last updated: Feb 3, 2010   1:01 PM GMT   |    Cloud Computing, Cloud Security, Knowledge Point Challenge
Shopping In A WiFi Cloud...

Blog   "Cloud" and "WLAN" or "WiFi" are not, to date, IT terms that are typically seen in tandem, but Tallac Systems, a new venture for a number of ex HP er, yes - let's say it - veterans (I reckon I can out-run you guys if necessary) are looking to create one from t'other.Some of the basic target scenari...

Last updated: Sep 1, 2014   11:38 AM GMT  |  Blog: Networks Generation   |      application, Application Programming Interface, cloud
iXsystems: 'weird' but profitable NAS vendor

Blog  Heres something you rarely hear from high tech companies today: Were a hardware company in our heart and soul. That is how executive vice president Brett Davis introduced iXsystems during a press tour in early December at the NAS vendors San Jose, California headquarters. The compan...

Last updated: Dec 28, 2017   3:42 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup   |      Storage
How to be an IoT developer in the modern age

Blog  The proliferation of connected devices over the past several years has been astonishing. From everyday items like wearables and thermostats to grander devices like solar panels and street tiles, it seems as if there are few things that are not connected in some way. As we look toward the future to f...

Last updated: Mar 28, 2017   6:35 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Consumer IoT, Developers, Enterprise IoT
IT Cost Centers

Blog  Ive been speaking in front of several groups in the Seattle area recently discussing the cloud. The concept of just what is IT. As a Seattle IT Consultant I spend time discussing what Information and what an information strategy is, in relationship to a business strategies like marketing, fin...

Last updated: Sep 29, 2012   7:58 PM GMT  |  Blog: Modern Network Architecture
How to prepare for the age of edge storage

Blog  The extreme storage demands of data-intensive applications are fueling tremendous growth in edge networks, and its opening a Pandoras box of potential problems. While its a given that networks and applications such as IoT, connected vehicles, augmented reality, gaming and 5G networks are st...

Last updated: Sep 25, 2019   9:34 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Cloud data storage, Internet of Things, iot
Networking logic isn't rocket science, any more

Blog  F5 Networks has launched its LineRate product line in what is detailed as the firm's "first ever software offering"... ... although this may be a misnomer in some senses, as F5 Application Delivery Controllers are naturally built with management software to perform tasks such as rate shaping and lo...

Last updated: Dec 8, 2013   4:47 PM GMT  |  Blog: Open Source Insider   |      Uncategorized
Wireless security major networking concern for 2008

Blog  A few weeks ago, I asked our readers to tell me the number one networking issue you'd like to learn more about in the new year. It was no surprise that "security" appeared again and again in the comments, but I thought it was interesting how many people wanted to learn more about wireless network se...

Last updated: Dec 19, 2007   4:09 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
Oracle refines Virtual Machine management

Blog  Oracle is pushing forward its technologies for managing instances of virtual machines. The company has this week announced the availability of its VM VirtualBox 4.2 open source, cross-platform virtualisation software. The product is designed to make it easier to manage larger numbers of similar vir...

Last updated: Sep 14, 2012   7:36 AM GMT  |  Blog: Open Source Insider   |      Uncategorized
Oracle/Sun hits just keep on coming

Blog  The aftermath of Oracle's acquisition of Sun Microsystems is proving to be a full-employment act for bloggers and journalists. The latest bombshell is that Oracle is dramatically de-emphasizing OpenSolaris, keeping the best-and-brightest new code for the commercial version of the operating system...

Last updated: Aug 18, 2010   4:51 PM GMT  |  Blog: Channel Marker
Junosphere Lab: Juniper's cloud-based lab for enterprise customers

Blog  Juniper Networks today introduced a new version of its cloud-based network engineering lab, Junosphere. The new version, Junosphere Lab, gives enterprises and services providers cloud-based access to images of Junos, the firmware that runs on the company's routers and switches. The service allows ne...

Last updated: Oct 3, 2011   6:28 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Network Hub
The rise of general-purpose over single-purpose IoT

Blog  When we look at the industrial IoT landscape, much of the early industry attention had been centered on single-purpose use cases. However, we're now beginning to see the various components of the IoT ecosystem evolving to enable general-purpose use cases. In reality, it's the general-purpose use ca...

Last updated: Nov 16, 2017   7:34 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      Enterprise IoT, IIoT, Industrial IoT
Planning: What makes up a good onboarding plan?

Blog  Working with local Seattle IT Consulting companies, Ive found that many companies dont protect themselves with a strong customer onboarding process. This worked with systems were less complicated and one person could keep everything in their heads. When systems became more complicated it w...

Last updated: Jan 31, 2013   9:11 PM GMT  |  Blog: Modern Network Architecture   |      Network Architecture
iStorage drives, there's no (secure) hardware without software

Blog  London's InfoSecurity conference and exhibition is now mercifully behind us, for another year. But has the balance between hardware and software centric security provisioning been fully addressed by now? We understand that without secure software there can be no secure hardware (and, hence, no sec...

Last updated: Jun 25, 2017   2:02 PM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network
Michael Dell talks 'Zettabytes' at Oracle OpenWorld

Blog  This enormous IT show started off today with a presentation from Michael Dell. The man himself kicked off with an overview of the partnership that has existed between his company and Oracle since 1995. This week has seen the launch of a new Oracle consulting and implementation practice at Dell, so i...

Last updated: Sep 22, 2010   5:17 PM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network   |      Uncategorized
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