Video Networking

  • VARBusiness 500: Back to Business
    If 2000 was the year in which the party came crashing to a halt, then 2001 will ultimately be remembered as the sobering morning after,when solution providers, still hung over from the excesses of dot-com spending, were forced to reevaluate their businesses and make some tough decisions.2002 VARBusiness 500
  • Lucent: Quarterly Sales To Decline
    Troubled networking company Lucent Technologies said a continued soft market will lead to a decline in its third-quarter sales, but it expects "sequential improvement in the bottom line," compared with the 20 cents per share loss it incurred in its second quarter.
  • Microsoft Discloses Security Flaw In Web Server
    Microsoft acknowledged a serious flaw Wednesday in its Internet server software that could allow sophisticated hackers to seize control of Web sites, steal information and use vulnerable computers to attack others online.
  • Survey: Companies Underestimate Cyber Risks
    Despite the nation's heightened security awareness, U.S. companies still underestimate the risks involved in doing business on the Internet and aren't prepared for cyber attacks, according to a survey released Wednesday.
  • PC Sales Outlook Brightens
    With the U.S. economy bucking up, slumping worldwide personal computer sales are expected to turn around, rising by almost 5 percent in 2002, technology research firm IDC reported Wednesday.
  • Eval Unit: AirMagnet
    If you are an integrator who is doing lots of wireless LAN installations, the AirMagnet is a product that you can't be without. It is the wireless LAN equivalent of a Swiss army knife and Vegomatic combined. In fact, my biggest beef with the thing is that it has so many buttons, options and configuration choices that getting used to it will take some doing, reading the manuals and experimentation.
  • Novell Reinvention Continues With SilverStream Deal
    During Novell's conference call announcement of its agreement to purchase SilverStream Software, Novell officials compared the company's recent moves to IBM's transformation and rebirth in the early 1990s.