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ManageEngine OpManager

ManageEngine OpManager is a network management platform that helps large enterprises, service providers and SMEs manage their data...

November 27, 2014 by ZOHO

Microsoft Excel is my best helper

Over the years no other software tool has helped my daily work as much as Microsoft Excel. I don't use Excel for financial work, but rather I use it for all kinds of computing tasks:It's very handy for doing network bandwidth computation.

February 29, 2012 by

Net neutrality or protection racket?

If peer to peer traffic is clogging the Internet and slowing down Skype calls, why not mark it as lower priority and do the download overnight? The software updates and Word of Warcraft files that use P2P quite legally aren't hugely urgent and that kind of 'when you’re not busy' bandwidth usage is how Microsoft makes Windows Update polite (the Background Internet Transfer Service doesn't work quite like P2P but some of the principles are similar).

January 25, 2010 by

DEKSI Network Suite

DEKSI Network Suite is a set of award winning network software tools that allow you to monitor devices and servers on your network,...

November 11, 2014 by DEK Software

DEKSI Bandwidth Monitor

DEKSI Bandwidth Monitor collects information about inbound and outbound traffic and displays the dynamic of the changing transferring...

October 27, 2014 by DEK Software

Macromedia unveils Flash 5

Macromedia has released the Flash 5 player for Microsoft's Pocket PC platform, adding a multimedia component that was previously missing from most Pocket PCs. The current player for the desktop is Flash 6, but the handheld version--available for all Pocket PC brands--does include some new features, such as better sound and video-like effects, Microsoft said. Flash is embedded in many Web sites as a way of adding animation and sound effects without adding substantially to download time. Previously the only Pocket PC capable of playing Flash content was Casio's Cassiopeia, although a developer release of Flash 4 was available for other Pocket PCs. The player has not yet appeared on Macromedia's Web site, but is available for download from Microsoft's Pocket PC site. Because of Flash's low-bandwidth multimedia capabilities, some companies have seized on it as an ideal way to bring entertainment to mobile devices. Macromedia recently launched Flash MX, which is essentially release 6 of the software. ZDNet U.K.'s Matthew Broersma reported from London.

May 23, 2002 by

Cisco beefs up security software

Cisco Systems has expanded its security for business-class networks with new intrusion-detection software. The networking company introduced three new products Monday that build on Cisco's current IDS (intrusion detection solutions) line of products used to protect virtual private networks. The Cisco IDS 4250, designed to protect high-bandwidth environments, is available now starting at $25,000. The Cisco IDS 4235, aimed at midsize businesses, retails for $12,500, while the Cisco IDS Device Manager and Event Viewer, which allows for remote management and improved analysis and data mining, is available free of charge for users of Cisco's IDS Software version 3.1. --Tiffany Kary, Special to ZDNet News

May 6, 2002 by

Level 3 wires up Sony

Level 3 Communications said Wednesday that it will become the main broadband provider for a service offered by Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment. Sony's Screenblast allows high-speed Internet users to make their own movies and music online as well as to watch existing content and alter it with the provided software. Level 3 said in a statement that the Sony deal gives the company opportunity for long-term revenue growth from media companies, which are potentially huge consumers of bandwidth. The agreement also gives the upstart telecom provider another stable customer during tough times for new entrants into the market.

January 2, 2002 by

Big Brother is still watching you surf

Employee productivity, corporate liability and bandwidth limitations are the top reasons that companies decide to monitor their employees, according to several sellers of Web and email monitoring software.

July 10, 2001 by

Fulfilling bandwidth needs

Frame relay networks should get a bandwidth boost courtesy of two new software implementation specifications announced last week by the Frame Relay Forum.The specs, FRF.

July 28, 2000 by

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