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Issue of May 2002
 
 

Cover Story
Broadband: How much bandwidth do you need?
Bandwidth will soon be available on tap and there are a plethora of broadband connectivity solutions. But are enterprises using bandwidth-hungry applications yet? by Brian Pereira

A bouquet of connectivity services
There are various solutions for enterprises considering additional bandwidth or new connectivity solutions. Take your pick. by Brian Pereira

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 NEWS & ANALYSIS

BUILDING SERVERS
Apt app servers
How do you build servers to suit your applications? by Graeme K Le Roux
BUS STANDARDS
Catch a faster bus
New I/O bus standards like Intel's Arapahoe and AMD's Hyper Transport promise to make data shuffling between processor chips and PC peripherals faster.

- MS plugs 10 new holes
- Klez.h worm makes a klutz out of many PCs
- SNIA SSF to provide multi-vendor interoperability
- 'Double-free' compression
- 1.78 million frame relay ports
- IBM leads Unix server sale in fourth quarter of 2001
- No Oracle upgrades in a hurry
- Even formatting doesn't erase data

 IN PERSON
 CASE STUDY
IPv6
New addresses for your network
The current Internet addressing scheme IPv4 is already over 20 years old. The exponential growth of Internet users and devices will make the IPv4 scheme inadequate in the near future.
DATA STORAGE
Network Storage gains significance
The Indian storage market is projected to grow at 95 percent each year between 2000 and 2005. But how accurate is this projection and how serious are Indian enterprises about storage?
ONIDA'S REDUNDANT CONNECTIVITY
Redundant connectivity: an owner's pride
K. Ramaswamy, CIO, MIRC Electronics, has made sure that his network is 'always on' and a user at every location has multiple connectivity options.
DATA INTEGRATION
Improving the quality of decisions
A combination of a hybrid network and an SAP implementation across all its locations has enabled OCPL to grow from Rs 400 million in its first year of operations to a Rs 3,710 million company in 2000-2001.
 MARKET WATCH
 BUYING TIPS
IP TELEPHONY
Net calls: There's room for everyone
Now that IP telephony is legalized, it presents many potential benefits to both service provider and consumer. ISPs are moving quickly to take advantage of the opportunities. by Minu Sirsalewala

Firewalls
Defenseless without a firewall
Firewalls can protect your network against unauthorized access and intruders. Here are some guidelines for buying a firewall for your organization. by Mahesh Rathod

 CIO SPEAK
 MARKETING FEATURE - KRONE

Knowledge Management
Treasures within ourselves
You can capture the knowledge of your workers into a data repository and publish it on an Intranet. This can enhance your company's knowledge and help you derive the most from employee potential. by M.D. Agrawal
Guest Column: Security
Security for secure connections
VPNs have been regarded as a reliable and secure connectivity option for enterprises. But since data travels over a public network, it's important to look into the security aspects carefully, to avoid breaches and compromises.

Fibre all the way
Bandwidth-hungry networks driven by high speed applications mean that more users are now demanding fibre all the way to the desk.
CAT 7 VS FIBER
High-bandwidth and high-speed demands are pushing the limits of data transmission in cable assemblies.

 PRIMER
  VENDORS VOICE

Virtual LAN
Virtually yours: VLAN
Want more control on your data packets. Check out how VLANs can help you achieve this. by Mahesh Rathod

Server-based computing
Server-based means lower costs
A server-based application computing solution can dramatically reduce application maintenance and desktop costs. Enterprises that consider this can also make its network less complex. by Soutima S. Das

 
     
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