• Slide Show: 802.11n Gear Gets The Stamp Of Approval
    Adoption of the draft 802.11n wireless standard has been slowed by imperfect early products, but new gear certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance is hitting the market. Here are some of the first products to pass the test.
  • Pulling Profit Out of Thin Air
    Day: Tuesday; Date: July 17, 2007; Time: 2 pm ET/11 am PTPulling Profit Out of Thin Air: Overcoming those all-too-common wireless limitations present a significant opportunity for Solutions Providers as businesses rely more and more on un-tethered connectivity.
  • Pulling Profit Out of Thin Air
    Pulling Profit Out of Thin Air Overcoming those all-too-common wireless limitations present a significant opportunity for Solutions Providers as businesses rely more and more on un-tethered connectivity.Tuesday, July 17, 2007 at 2p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT
  • 802.11n Gear to Get Seal of Approval
    The Wi-Fi Alliance this week began testing wireless products based on the latest draft of the 802.11n standard, paving the way for "Wi-Fi Certified" products to hit shelves this summer.
  • The Chalkboard Evolution
    More than ever, educationtion in a classroom environment depends largely on the ability to show information to many people at one time. It's the same premise embodied by the trusty chalkboard--except that chalkboards are losing ground to projectors and panels that allow educators and administrators to communicate with students and university workers in new ways.
  • Grooming Relationships
    Not many custom system builders can say they competed with Michael Dell back when Dell was still building his systems in his college dorm room. As Datel Systems President Larry Piland likes to put it: "He went direct; we went retail, and the rest is history."
  • G-Tech: June 25, 2007
    As government tries to keep tabs on sensitive content circling the globe, tracking and labeling inventory becomes a tedious and time-consuming endeavor.
  • REVIEW: Securing LAN Connections
    As organizations increasingly rely on wireless technology to conduct their daily business and provide mobility both inside and outside the office, the need to secure and manage that infrastructure is becoming more complex.
  • Researcher Roots Out D-Link Wireless Bug
    Symantec Tuesday warned of an unpatched vulnerability in a D-Link wireless device driver that could enable an attacker to create a denial of service situation or compromise an affected PC.
  • Partners Mobilize NetSuite ERP
    NetSuite's hosted ERP service is now accessible via popular mobile devices including the ubiquitous Blackberry thanks to Explore Mobile, Antenna Software, and iEnterprises.
  • What's Best For WLAN?
    With a variety of new wireless wares coming to market over the next few months, solution providers have more choices than ever when it comes to finding the best WLAN infrastructure for their customers.
  • Vendors Flood Market With New Wireless Gear
    Wireless LAN vendors will be out in full force at this week's Interop Las Vegas 2007, evidence that a market that seemed to be heading toward commoditization is still ripe for profit for solution providers.
  • 12 Products You Can't Miss At Interop
    Solution providers attending this week's Interop Las Vegas 2007 will have plenty of new networking, wireless, VoIP and security products vying for their attention. Here's a sneak peek at a few of the standouts.
  • Former NetScreeners Lead Launch Of WLAN Startup
    With former NetScreen executives at the helm, startup Aerohive Networks on Tuesday unveiled a product line designed to reshape wireless network architectures by offering centralized management without the need for WLAN switches.