Mediocrity is annoying. You won’t get much debate about that from me. And in the early days of wireless, mediocre coverage was all you could hope for. Constant availability was a myth, and dropped packets the norm.
The chances that that your critical data could disappear in a matter of moments are greater than you think. The right policies and procedures can protect your corporate jewels.
These tips from CRM veterans can help you move beyond low-end contact managers into a customer relationship management system and avoid past pitfalls.
Exabyte's Kelly Beavers offers his take on growing a small business and its IT leadership.
Testing the waters with consumer gear is a start, but business networks need industrial-strength wireless access points.
If you want would-be customers to find you on the Web, try these tips to make your site search-engine friendly.
Never heard of XSS? You will. It's a favorite hacker exploit, and your Web application could be next.
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If you face poorly timed installation requests and surprise new employees, try these tips on PC imaging using Atiris.
Procurement professionals tell how to take back control by developing a centralized IT procurement process.
DameWare Mini Remote Control provides enterprise-class remote administration at a small-business price.
BizTech's Review Team examines two PDA-cellphones that offer access to the Web, e-mail and Office documents.
Customers tout low cost of ownership, high security, scalability among the benefits of Apple's increasingly popular Xserve line of servers and storage.
Trackside technology overhaul helps Justin Wilson's RuSPORT Champ Car team return to the winner's circle.
Disk technology gets all the hype, but tape remains popular because of its price, performance and portability.
Augmenting traditional tape archives with disk-based backup gives businesses extra insurance for critical data.
The next generation Internet, IPv6, will ease the current shortage of available addresses for the foreseeable future.
Frank J. Gillman, CTO at law firm Allen Matkins, warns against planning for the next Katrina when a sprinkler leak is more likely.
Listening as well as hearing creates better IT management opportunities, says CDW's Jim Shanks.
Best-selling author and clothier, Jack Mitchell, shares how home-grown CRM has helped build his $70 million business.