February 20, 2017

Anti-Piracy Plans Revealed By Verizon, Time Warner Cable

December 3, 2012 Zach Walton

The CCI is about to launch its six-strikes anti-piracy system alongside six of the nation’s major ISPs. The program is being touted as a consumer-friendly system that encourages the use of legal alternatives when users are caught pirating content online. A leak has already detailed AT&T plans, but we didn’t […]

Increase Security by Decreasing User Access

September 27, 2010 Michael Marr

Perhaps the old cliche is true: less is more. Details from a recent study by Beyond Trust has found that over 90% of the Windows 7 vulnerabilities from the past year can be guarded against by simply restricting user access. Removing administrative rights from a Windows workstation adds an additional […]

Network Neutrality 101

August 16, 2010 Michael Marr

This past week, Google and Verizon introduced a joint legislative proposal. Shortly thereafter, blogs and forums filled with buzz and chatter over this two-page document. Many of those blogs and posts were targeted at Google, claiming that they are proposing things in violation of net neutrality. What exactly is net […]

Network Architects Looking To Experience Growth in 2010

December 29, 2009 John Vinson

The current economic climate is in an odd place right now. Early in 2009, we were in a state of shock and for some, despair. The words ‘recession’ and ‘fallout’ were commonplace, and as the year wore on things didn’t look to get better. The more I read of predictions […]

Miko Matsumura Discusses Succeeding With The Cloud

December 14, 2009 Bill Ives

Many people have written that cloud computing will become pervasive in the enterprise and I certainly agree. Recently, I spoke with Miko Matsumura, Vice President and Chief Strategist at Software AG and author of the Wiley book “SOA Adoption for Dummies” about how mature organizations can best adopt cloud computing. […]

Building The Fact Of Network Cloud Computing

October 12, 2009 Mike Kavis

I have found that with cloud computing there seems to be a ton of “expert” advice but it is not coming from people who are actually building solutions in the cloud.  Many giving “expert” advice are seasoned veterans and talented people, but they are simply stating opinions not backed by […]

How To Troubleshoot Wireless Network Issues On Aspire One

September 29, 2009 Roberto Galoppini

My Acer Aspire One – powered by a commercial Linux distro called Linpus – after entering sleep mode couldn’t connect to the wireless network anymore. The wireless connection logo vanished, turning the wifi switch on/off didn’t work either, as was useless try to launch the Network Center. If you got a similar problem, […]

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