When companies across all sectors are tightening their belts it’s time to ask your telco provider a few pertinent questions to make sure they are doing their best for you, says David Hamilton of Protel
Small business equipment vendor Ruckus Wireless has moved into the big league with enterprise-scale WLAN kit, and produced fast power-efficient dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi access points to compete with Cisco.
A look at some of the technology Intel currently has in active R&D shows ways to save energy within the data centre or PC and new ways to recharge laptop batteries while on the road. Intel says many of these developing technologies are years away from being rolled out in final form.
The Ethernet switch market, which had been holding up well during the economic downturn over the past couple of years, saw its numbers drop in the fourth quarter as the recession really hit, according to a report from Infonetics Research.
Much has been written about the Conficker worm, also called “Downadup,” in recent days. eWEEK has pulled together some general advice for protecting your systems from infection and remediating them should the worm slither by your defenses.
Messaging and collaboration SAAS company Zoho updates its Firefox plug-in for Zoho Notebook to make it easy to import a Google Notebook to Zoho’s cloud computing environment. The move is a shrewd one on the part of Zoho, which is looking to find favor with peeved Google users put off by Google Notebook’s newly halted application development. Any content added to the new Zoho plug-in will be automatically synchronized with the online version of Zoho Notebook.
DiVitas Networks’ newest mobile UC platform moves beyond the usual fixed mobile convergence features to include secured instant messaging, presence and visual voicemail. Such features made up for a disappointing set-up experience.