64-bit question: Will enterprises bite the bait? The
64-bit platform has been around since the late 90's when Digital
Equipment (now a Compaq company) introduced its Alpha systems in
the country. Ever since, large enterprises deployed servers, operating
systems, middleware and applications at the backend.
Plan before you leap The
firewall is probably one of the most misunderstood, misused and
wrongly configured element of networks today.
in Asia The
i-mode phenomenon i-mode
is the new platform for mobile phone communications that has revolutionized
the way nearly one-fifth of the people in Japan live and work.
service providers in India have to add value in the form of services
along with traditional bandwidth access.
50 Websites for IT Heads
easier for online networking resources with our 50 choice pickings
from the Web. by David Chin & Ong Boon Kiat
Station Not Required?
widespread deployments, 802.11b, wireless base stations are still
expensive. Here's how you can use a Unix (Linux or BSD) computer as
a base station to serve a small wireless network. by Seamus Phan
ready for a "Converged" tomorrow In
a volatile world of communication technologies, the 10th Convergence
India 2002 international conference is set to chart a course for
the industry as it turns the spotlight on 'Next Generation Convergent
Internet has experienced a phenomenal growth in a short span with
more than 450 million users connected to it worldwide.
and managing data is an important business need for an enterprise.
P. P Subramanian shares his thoughts on the various storage
alternatives enterprises have
February 2002 issue of this magazine I spoke about disaster recovery
and how to plan an escape route.
are key to your organization's WAN strategy. Here are some tips
on buying these layer 3 boxes. by Mahesh Rathod