By DTR Staff | Thursday, June 14, 2012
What's the best security suite for small business networks? In this in-depth comparative review, we pit Symantec vs. Kaspersky.
Today the WBA announced the launch of its Interoperability Compliancy Program. The new initiative will look to streamline the way WBA members work together, to help forge new requirements for roaming and Wi-Fi policies.
It's been a long time coming, but PC sales are down. Should we be worried, or is this merely a sign of poor predictions?
An Australian study shows that people ACTUALLY USE those crazy looking stand-sit workstations. Could that be enough to spur you into being healthier?
A confluence of global and industry issues are merging into a proverbial perfect storm that will bring PC and semiconductor sales to a halt this year, according to new research.
Driven by the BYOD trend, IBM makes it possible to have your work desktop on any device. IBM has introduced a software system for supporting several virtual desktop solutions on a set of IBM-specified reference infrastructures, allowing you to take your work desktop anywhere.
Bringing efficiency and savings with green technology is no longer limited to the enterprise class data center. The Small and Medium Business (SMB) IT segment can leverage the same concepts and realize measurable savings.
Security solutions are different for small companies and enterprises. What are the best ways of protecting data on a small business network?
We caught a sneak peek of Western Digital's Sentinel DX4000 a few weeks ago at IDF, where the company demoed it to developers in stealth mode. Now, the curtain has been unveiled, and WD is showing off the new device to the world. Powered by Windows Storage Server 2008 R2, the box promises to bring networked on-location cloud storage to small business owners with a minimum of fuss.
Gartner released a study today noting that enterprise IT spending around the world is set to jump by 4 percent to hit a lofty $2.7 trillion. The US Federal Government takes up a surprising share of that all on its own, with a whopping $80B annual IT budget.
OCZ announced that the new Deneva 2 and Intrepid series mSATA SSDs are now an option to be included in manufacturers' products today. Carryimg a small form factor, the SSDs are made to fit several media, including tablets, slim servers, dual drive notebooks, and network security devices. OCZ states that they not only deliver better performance than hard drives because they have no moving parts but that they provide security, reliability, and save money in the enterprise storage environment realm.
Despite being hailed as an Intel Developer Forum, there were any number of manufacturers represented on the show floor - some were there on their own, while others saw their products getting used by third party manufacturers. So it was with Western Digital's little black box, tucked into a corner of Intel's storage display.
At IDF2011 in San Francisco this morning, HP unveiled seven new displays mostly targeted at the performance display segment of the market. Showcased were a new thin TN display for businesses, four new IPS performance displays (under $200!) and two new digital signage displays that deliver 47 inches of multitouch performance.
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