The Windows 8 doomsday scenario

August 20, 2012
Two and a half decades is a long time to lead any segment of the enterprise technology business. Is the clock running out for Microsoft?
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The OS installation from hell

August 13, 2012
When a seemingly simple Solaris install spirals hopelessly out of control, you just have to keep digging for answers
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The perfect Trojan horse

August 06, 2012
When network spies can hide in power strips, network security takes a turn toward the impossible
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Google Fiber must succeed

July 30, 2012
Let's all hope Google's fast, free Internet service spreads beyond Kansas City -- and challenges the overly complacent ISPs
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Farewell, old server, we knew ye well

July 23, 2012
Stalwart, uncomplaining, and brawny for its time, an old server spins its last after many years of faithful service
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How Internet metering changes everything

July 16, 2012
Did you really think the major ISPs' quest for enforced Internet tiering and metering was about bandwidth?
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Cisco's ugly bait and switch

July 09, 2012
Can a network security vendor that betrays its customers ever be trusted again?
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The long life and slow death of the virtual server

July 02, 2012
Many people are discovering that virtual servers never die. Should we kill them?
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The firewall threat you don't know

June 25, 2012
The corporate data leaving your network through the firewall might be more troubling than what's trying to get in
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Your inconvenience powers high-tech profits

June 18, 2012
Printers, texting, and mobile data are rife with price gouging and sleight of hand. Why do we put up with it?
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