IT operations management and IT support

  • October 15, 2004 15 Oct'04

    V&A exhibits Ethernet

    The Victoria & Albert museum in London has removed bottlenecks from its network and improved the performance of its website by...

  • October 14, 2004 14 Oct'04

    Gadgets get connected with DLNA

    The long-promised dream of a home-wide network that allows gadgets to seamlessly interconnect may soon become a reality.

  • October 12, 2004 12 Oct'04

    3Com launches set of products for IP telephony

    Companies will be able to converge voice and data networks onto the internet protocol with the help of a set of products from...

  • October 07, 2004 07 Oct'04

    Qwest adds to VoIP service

    Qwest Communications International announced a continued expansion of its VoIP service portfolio with IP Centrex Prime, an...

  • September 28, 2004 28 Sep'04

    The network clampdown

    Users and network administrators have been encouraged to stamp down on spyware and other network threats using a 10 point threat...

  • September 28, 2004 28 Sep'04

    Converged councils

    Three local councils have awarded contracts to BT to supply converged internet protocol network solutions to increase efficiency,...

  • September 28, 2004 28 Sep'04

    Ivory poaches web services for mainframe apps

    GT Software has unveiled its platform for outfitting mainframe applications with web services functionality and linking legacy...

  • September 23, 2004 23 Sep'04

    Italian telecoms firm to develop phone handsets

    One of Europe's biggest fixed-network operators has joined calls for a greater say in the design and service features of cordless...

  • September 14, 2004 14 Sep'04

    ISP Telenor cripples zombie PC network

    Authorities in Singapore shut down a large network of around 10,000 robot, or "zombie", computers this week, after technicians at...

  • September 13, 2004 13 Sep'04

    Managed services primed for expansion

    Analyst Yankee Group says network-based managed security services are starting to take off, as firms find it easier to use...