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Clarifying the UC Vision

Blog  Unified Communications is still in its infancy more or less. Vendors are still fighting to define what UC even is, and to declare their stake in the industry. Some vendors are traditional voice or network infrastructure hardware vendors that are trying to extend into software and application integra...

Last updated: Dec 21, 2008   5:57 PM GMT  |  Blog: Unified Communications: Click to talk
Wireless Security.

Blog  One member of the the Q and A website posted a question recently: Wireless Security on a Belkin Router This got me thinking about how many times I have seen huge lists of open access points from my mobile devices. It would appear that even with simplified web based GUI interfaces that a lot of hom...

Last updated: Aug 12, 2010   4:21 PM GMT  |  Blog: Packet Blog   |      Networking, Security, Wireless
Network Security Landscape During Last Decade - Phil Trainor

Blog  How has the landscape of Network Security changed during last decade? This is the question I asked Phil Trainor- Head- Security Business, APAC, IXIA. Phil Trainor has more than 14 years experience in senior network security engineering roles for global technology companies and currently leads Ixi...

Last updated: Aug 9, 2017   4:34 PM GMT  |  Blog: Quality Assurance and Project Management   |      Cyber security, Network security
Spiceworks now more developer-centric

Blog  Professional sysadmin network company Spiceworks has hosted its Spiceworld technical user conference this week in Austin, Texas. Focused on systems administrators (sysadmins) as a starting proposition, Spiceworks will now look to increasingly embrace sysadmins, software application developers and r...

Last updated: Sep 24, 2014   2:37 PM GMT  |  Blog: CW Developer Network   |      Uncategorized
Is a 100% virtualized environment possible?

Blog  Organizations that have virtualized their environments often virtualize only a portion of their servers, leaving some servers running on standalone physical hardware. Is a 100% virtualized environment possible? Certainly it is, because almost all workloads can be virtualized, but there are some argu...

Last updated: Aug 19, 2008   1:39 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
Computer glitch? Admit it, there's no such thing

Blog  Update on July 9: Reuters is reporting that yesterday's New York Stock Exchange computer outage was caused by a software update. According to Reuters, a spokeswoman for the NYSE said the root cause was a "configuration issue." Original blog post on July 8:Today was a rough one for enterprise IT...

Last updated: Jul 9, 2015   0:13 AM GMT  |  Blog: Head in the Clouds: SaaS, PaaS, and Cloud Strategy   |      Application development, Error handling, Quality assurance
Hannaford Is NOT The Bad Guy

Blog  I live in Portland, Maine, the home base of Hannaford, a regional grocery chain. They are owned by Food Lion, headquartered in Charlotte, NC. In turn, Food Lion is owned by an international company in Belgium, Delhaize. Just in case you were on a desert island, Hannaford reported a breach in thei...

Last updated: Mar 31, 2008   11:57 PM GMT  |  Blog: Sister CISA CISSP
Is Google Chrome OS a turning point or yawner?

Blog  Nothing fuels the tech press like wars. So I have no doubt that we will see an endless string of reports from the battlefield over the next many months on the struggle between Google and Microsoft for world dominance. Wake me up when its all over. Googles announcement of its intention to fiel...

Last updated: Jul 8, 2009   2:36 PM GMT  |  Blog: TotalCIO
ARUBA - Full SFP Switches

Answer  Question about Aruba JL075A SFP switch. We just recently installed a JL259A and upgraded our bandwidth to 1Gbps, this a school site main switch and currently connects to Spectrum hardware. We have a consultant that is telling us now we need a JL075A in addition to the JL259A. What are the reasons so...

Last updated: May 11, 2018   6:57 PM GMT   |    Aruba, Network, Network switches
AWS using KVM and Xen, but users may not feel any impact

Blog  AWS has added a new hypervisor behind the scenes, but customers likely won't see much of a direct impact on their cloud environment. Amazon this month began selling its C5 instance nearly a year after first announcing the compute-heavy VMs would be built with the latest Intel chips. Tucked into a b...

Last updated: Nov 21, 2017   9:55 PM GMT  |  Blog: AWS Cloud Cover
Tesla: Driving the new Industrial Revolution

Blog  The internet of things is ushering in a new industrial revolution that will forever alter our relationships with the objects we use on a daily basis. We are now entering the era of "anything as a service." Manufactured goods used to be built on a particular use-case to perform a particular function...

Last updated: Dec 19, 2016   3:53 PM GMT  |  Blog: IoT Agenda   |      IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things
Archive Storage and Retrieval

Answer  I am the IT Director at my church but have a limited amount of experience with software. My back ground is Hardware, Networking, video, audio and other. One of my commitees came to me a couple of weeks ago and is asking me for help. The project is to take the Church's past history, since 1905, do...

Last updated: Dec 17, 2007   7:53 PM GMT   |    Catalog software, Database Management Systems, Document archive
Fedora 'Pidora' now optimised for Raspberry Pi mini-computer

Blog  The Raspberry Pi mini-computer is to be served with new "Pidora" build of Fedora packaged for ARMv6 architecture. NOTE: Fedora is a free and open source Linux-based operating system sponsored by Red Hat -- it is typically classed as the second-most commonly used Linux distribution, after Ubuntu. T...

Last updated: May 23, 2013   7:17 PM GMT  |  Blog: Open Source Insider   |      Uncategorized
Bios viruses/Bios flash protection

Answer  As viruses that affect the bios and run outside the OS are becoming more commmon, I am thinking it may be wise to use hardware that features bios flash protection. This feature can ensure against being infected by one of these nasty viruses, and imo bios protection should be standard, not the except...

Last updated: Sep 4, 2012   4:33 AM GMT   |    BIOS
Setup and use Microsoft SUS

Answer  We have clients running XP Pro SP3, Windows 7 64&32 and Vista 32. Controlled by a 2003 dc. Currently we have updates turned "off" via GP. We would like to start using the MS update services server to push out updates to our clients. Can anyone assist in clearing up the process to install and set thi...

Last updated: May 12, 2010   7:42 PM GMT   |    Server management, Server operating systems, Software distribution
HP jumps into storage virtualization with midrange arrays

Blog  HP rolled out the StorageWorks SAN Virtualization Services Platform (SVSP) this morning, described in a press release as "anetwork-based storage platform that pools capacity across HP and non-HP storage hardware. It works together with the HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Array (MSA) and the HP Sto...

Last updated: Nov 5, 2008   4:55 PM GMT  |  Blog: Storage Soup
Fortinet Claims Fastest Firewalls in the World

Blog  Fortinet is introducing two new products that will be available in Q2 of 2012. Fortinet plans to do a live, real-world benchmark with BreakingPoint Systems (acting as 3rd party independent validation) that will demonstrate the 5000 series chassis is in fact the worlds fastest firewall. The chas...

Last updated: Mar 1, 2012   0:17 AM GMT  |  Blog: The Security Detail
IBM signs Panasonic onto cloud computing SaaS collaboration suite

Blog  IBM recently inked an important agreement with Panasonic, which is ditching Microsoft Exchange for IBM's LotusLive collaborative SaaS product. Panasonic will deploy LotusLive to its work force of more than 300,000, which many say makes this the largest enterprise cloud computing deal yet. Panasonic...

Last updated: Jan 20, 2010   4:14 PM GMT  |  Blog: Microservices Matters
Overheard - Replacing Infiniband with 10GE

Blog   Sure, it's proven, and a lot of people use it. But like many proprietary technologies, it also has some unappealing characteristics. It demands specialized expertise. It's not always as fast as advertised. It's not completely reliable. It certainly doesn't work and play well with others. Yes, we...

Last updated: Dec 1, 2008   2:51 PM GMT  |  Blog: Word of the Day: Tech Definitions from WhatIs.com
BladeLogic sees virtual environments

Blog  I chatted with Vance Loiselle, the vice president of marketing at BladeLogic yesterday, who told me about BladeLogic's new Virtualization Manager module for its Operations Manager suite, a configuration management tool. Talking with him gave me a little bit of insight in to what management software ...

Last updated: Apr 24, 2007   3:18 PM GMT  |  Blog: The Virtualization Room
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