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Synchredible

Whether it's an individual file or an entire drive - Synchredible will synchronize, copy and save them for you. A software wizard will...

October 14, 2014 by ASCOMP

Ruckus brings smart antennas to the enterprise wireless LAN space

Ruckus Wireless launched a new line of products for the small to mid enterprise wireless LAN space.  Ruckus was a maker of smart antenna technology specializing in smooth and reliable data delivery for IPTV applications but now they are extending this technology to the enterprise space.

November 20, 2007 by

GoverLAN Remote Control

Goverlan Remote Control is an enterprise-level remote control solution. It's designed to help you get to the root of problems quickly...

January 23, 2013 by PJ Technologies

Asigra Televaulting 6.2

This is a powerful suite for organisations requiring comprehensive backup technologies, continuous data protection and automated off-site storage capabilities.

February 21, 2007 by

Throwing hardware at the problem

Recent survey data made public by Conformative Systems, though skimpy, points to to an issue that is increasingly being faced by companies in the midst of multiple Web services or SOA projects -- systems performance.  The survey estimates that the median XML LAN traffic load among participants in 2004 was 20%, with over half anticipating XML traffic to grow to more than 40% in 2005.

April 15, 2005 by

A-Z Contacts Manager

A-Z Contacts Manager is advanced tool used by thousands of small and medium business owners to manage contacts database: personal/...

February 7, 2011 by JosyTal

A Practical View of Cisco Services

Cisco network services are considered among the best in the industry, yet enterprises must employ aggressive negotiation and procurement tactics to maintain leverage and decrease total services spending. META Trend: Enterprises will renew spending on campus LAN initiatives in 2004, with new allocations to voice and data convergence, wireless LANs, network security, and high availability.

June 2, 2004 by

Dell TrueMobile GPRS Solution

Companies with significant numbers of mobile workers would do well to look carefully at Dell’s GPRS solution. It may be expensive to set up, but all the hard work is done for you, and there are serious productivity gains to be had.

September 20, 2002

Sony announces new PC Cards and access points

Consumer-electronics maker Sony announced that it will release 802.11a PC Cards and access points this month. Sony's $180 Vaio 5GHz wireless LAN PC Card, the PCWA-C500, and the $400 access point, the PCWA-A500, will be available later this month. They will allow consumers to connect PCs together to access and stream content. The 802.11a standard offers data-transfer speeds of up to 54 megabits per second and has a range of up to 300 feet. --Richard Shim, Special to ZDNet News

February 13, 2002 by

IBM Global Services wins $230M Australian contract

IBM Global Services has won a five-year $230 million outsourcing deal with the Australian government's health agencies.Under terms of the deal, IBM Global Services' Australian division will provide mainframe and data center management, midrange services, 8,000 desktops, LAN services, telecommunications, and help desk services.

July 28, 2000 by

IBM Global Services wins $230M Australian contract

IBM Global Services has won a five-year $230 million outsourcing deal with the Australian government's health agencies.Under terms of the deal, IBM Global Services' Australian division will provide mainframe and data center management, midrange services, 8,000 desktops, LAN services, telecommunications, and help desk services.

July 28, 2000 by

Lucent surges on spinoff plans

Lucent Technologies surged 18 percent Wednesday after it announced plans to spin off its PBX, SYSTIMAX structured cabling and LAN-based data businesses to form a new company in the hot area of enterprise networking.Shares in Lucent were up 10 7/16 to 69 15/16.

February 29, 2000 by

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