CRN Security News

  • Wireless Vendors Tout Security, VoIP At Interop
    Wireless vendors at Interop Las Vegas 2006 this week are pushing new products to expand enterprise wireless LAN rollouts and are spotlighting the VoIP and security features of their latest wares.
  • Cisco Overhauls Router Line to Improve VoIP, Security
    Cisco Systems Monday at Interop Las Vegas 2006 is expanding its integrated services story with a revamp of its 7200-series routers. The overhaul includes new network processing and VPN modules for the 7200 that promise performance improvements for aggregation of services such as security and VoIP from branch offices.
  • Vendors Getting the NAC At Interop
    As the 2006 Interop trade show gets underway this week in Las Vegas, a dizzying number of networking and security vendors will be rolling out new products and services all week.
  • VAR's offerings combine innovation and value

    Upward Climb Toward Success
    Networking solution provider CXtec knows that the midmarket is its sweet spot. With about 2,500 customers that have 300 to 1,000 seats, CXtec counts on those customers for half of its business.
  • ShadowRAM: May 1, 2006
    OK. Have we all heard enough now about Jonathan Schwartz’s ponytail? The guy rivals Jennifer Aniston in the hairstyle Hall of Fame department. Enough, people!
  • VPro platform, price cuts, new products tally up to aggressive strategy

    Intel's Best Chip Shot
    Intel system builders are predicting the processor giant is poised to gain ground against rival Advanced Micro Devices as a result of the new Intel VPro business desktop platform, price cuts and an aggressive second-half product rollout.
  • EMC Takes On Info Management
    Automation and security are buzzwords at EMC as it looks less like a storage vendor and more like a supplier of information management hardware and software.
  • Briefs: May 1, 2006
    Citrix Systems has cut Tech Data as a distributor, according to channel executives. Neither company offered an explanation for the severance.
  • IBM Unveils New Entry-Level Mainframes Starting At $100,000
    IBM is continuing to bring its mainframe technology to ever smaller business environments with Thursday's introduction of its new System z9 Business Class mainframes. The new z9 Business Class systems, IBM's first mainframes with a starting price of about $100,000, are aimed at replacing hundreds of smaller servers in order to increase data center manageability and reduce power consumption.
  • Vista To Handcuff Firewall
    Microsoft plans to turn off half the firewall in Windows Vista when the new operating system ships later this year because it doesn't think most users need all the firewall's functionality or can handle its management.
  • Enterasys Appoints New CEO
    Enterasys Networks has named Michael Fabiaschi president and CEO in a move that marks a homecoming of sorts for the high-tech veteran.
  • Head of Small-Biz Association Resigns
    After facing a number of challenges during his five-year tenure, Hector Barreto has resigned as head of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). He will move on to chairman of the Latino Coalition after a new administrator is announced.
  • Vendors build security features into new printers

    Protect What You Print
    Think of a medical practice where the computer printer is centrally located and seemingly anyone could walk up to the device and read a document with patient information as it is being printed. That scenario doesn't fly in this age of regulations designed to protect privacy.