Stories by Tim Greene

Dell sues alleged cybersquatters

Dell claims that organizations doling out domain names have deployed a network of shell businesses that profit from fat-fingered people who make typos while entering URLs.

Client side attacks on the rise, SANS says

Client-side vulnerabilities are among the biggest threats facing users, the SANS Institute said yesterday as it announced its 2007 list of the most critical Internet security vulnerabilities.

LifeSize downsizes telepresence gear

LifeSize Communications is introducing a point-to-point telepresence system that costs US$6,000, significantly less than its previously smallest system.

BMC, Bomgar team to speed trouble-ticket resolution

Bomgar has allied itself with BMC Software so their platforms can talk to each other and make it simpler to resolve trouble tickets. Bomgar makes Bomgar Box, a remote-control appliance designed for help desks to take over remote machines for maintena...

F5 upgrades application firewall

F5 Networks has fully integrated its Web application firewall with the operating system for its Big-IP Layer 4-7 switch, boosting the performance of the firewall.

Guantanamo Bay gets high-bandwidth makeover

The U.S. Naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, notorious as the prison for enemy combatants, poses a lot of other thorny problems, including a copper communications infrastructure extremely unfriendly to high-speed networking.

Citrix plans virtual desktops

Next year Citrix will launch desktop virtualization software that can help businesses save money by centralizing desktop images as well as improve security by centralizing applications and data.

SonicWall announces larger UTM devices

SonicWall is expected to introduce at this week's Interop New York conference a new family of fast, multifunction gateways designed to simplify deployment and management of security for large businesses.

Juniper shrinking SSL traffic for the WAN

Juniper Networks' WAN acceleration gear will soon support optimizing SSL traffic, making better use of corporate bandwidth by reducing the amount of bits it takes to transmit SSL traffic across wide-area links.

Burning NAC questions

In the second part of our look at important network-access control issues, we take a look at important questions surrounding Cisco, NAC implementation and NAC policies.

10G Ethernet tests show promise for data centers

Makers of 10G Ethernet products came away from a recent University of New Hampshire Interoperability Lab plug fest with results they think will boost acceptance of the technology in corporate networks.

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.

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