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Cisco Systems is the undisputed leader in the networking space, but HP has acquired 3Com in an effort to close the gap. In addition, Juniper Networks is a strong No. 2 to Cisco among telecommunication firms and enterprises. With video consumption set to explode, networking requirements will boom too.

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Nslookup screenshots: Troubleshooting DNS problems

Nslookup screenshots: Troubleshooting DNS problems

Nslookup is a DNS lookup and troubleshooting command-line tool included with Windows 2000 and Windows XP. In this The Right Tool for the Job article, Joshua Hoskins explains how to troubleshoot a variety of DNS problems with this extremely useful yet often overlooked tool. View a demonstration of the nslookup tool in this screenshot gallery.

published August 28, 2006 by

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Photos: CA’s eTrust ISS covers Internet threat spectrum

Photos: CA’s eTrust ISS covers Internet threat spectrum

Computer Associates’ Internet Security Suite (ISS) collects four Internet security applications into a single, affordable suite. For approximately $40, small businesses receive the benefit of antivirus, antispam, antispyware and firewall programs.Boasting simple setup and effective protection, there’s a price to be paid when loading CA’s ISS. Plan on spending some time configuring its firewall application, and, as with many other Internet protection programs, expect slightly slower Web response times as the software works to protect systems from unwanted and potentially malicious e-mail and other infected programs.

published August 17, 2006 by

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Handling the data hodgepodge

In a Face to Face interview, Informatica CEO Gaurav Dhillon shares his views on the latest trends in data integration and analysis, the competitive landscape and how Web services will affect Informatica's business.

published December 8, 2003 by

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High school uses wireless laptops in class

CNET's Brian Cooley looks at how students at Evergreen Valley High School in San Jose, Calif., are using laptops that have wireless Internet access in class. Administrators hope the technology will build computer skills and improve academic achievement.

published November 11, 2003 by

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