• Enterprise Content Management Matures

    One of the unmistakable legacies of the Internet boom has been the ongoing torrent of new and ever more complex data types. Audio, video and different types of documents have blown past plain old text, threatening at various times to overwhelm the systems that stored them.

  • New Firewall Secures SMB Internet

    Smaller business networks and branch offices often rely on broadband-based Internet connectivity without considering security implications. Throw Wi-Fi-based networking into the mix, and even basic security can go out the window.

  • Flying High On Wireless

    The booming wireless market continues to spawn startups and sway traditional wired networking companies to hit the market with enterprise WLAN strategies and solutions.

  • Security In The Spotlight

    Identity management and Web services security will be key topics here at this week's RSA Conference, where vendors are expected to unveil technologies that promise to help solution providers seize new opportunities in the enterprise.

  • Secure Computing Tailors System For Citrix MetaFrame

    Aiming to expand its reach to small and midsize businesses via the channel, Secure Computing plans to roll out a new version of its SafeWord authentication system specifically geared for the Citrix MetaFrame server-based computing platform at this week's RSA Conference here.

  • SpamKiller For Small Businesses

    McAfee Security, a division of Network Associates, plans to launch an antispam product tailored for small businesses at this week's RSA Conference here.

  • RapidStream Launches Partner Program

    RapidStream, a unit of WatchGuard Technologies, plans to launch a partner program for Check Point Software Technologies authorized partners to sell its ASIC-based appliances running Check Point firewall/VPN software.

  • EAI Moves To The Next Level

    The race is on to deliver the next generation of infrastructure for enterprise application integration based on XML Web services standards.

  • Report: Apple May Buy Universal Music

    Apple Computer Inc. is in discussions about buying Universal Music Group, the world's largest record company, for as much as $6 billion, according to a published report Friday.