More stories by Judy Mottl

Channel Vendors Battle for Diminishing Hardware Sales

If channel players need any more evidence that it is services, not product sales, Read More

Milestone Moment for The Web

The Internet has now grown beyond one billion users with Asia dominating the audience, according to a recent research report. Internet traffic measurement firm comScore (NASDAQ: SCOR) says i Read More

Is the iPhone Poised for Smartphone Dominance?

Has the iPhone placed Apple in a position to dethrone long-time mobile phone cham Read More

Apple's Jobs Refutes Rumors of Poor Health

Attempting to refute rumors of poor health at the start of MacWorld, Apple CEO Steve Jobs says he is recover Read More

Unified Communications Hurdles Still in Play

Unified communications adoption remains at a snail's pace and the latest deployment results aren't likely to spur stronger growth any time soon. A new survey ranks a majority of UC projects as Read More

Google's Underdog Eyes iPhone's Lead in Apps

While Apple's iPhone App Store has clearly emerged as the Big Man on Campus when it comes to mobile downloads, the Android Market -- the download center for the Google-backed smartphone operating Read More

Symantec Trims Enterprise Vault Staff

Big changes are afoot in Symantec's e-mail and content archiving unit, Enterprise Vault, according to reports. Industry analyst David Ferris wrote in a Read More

iPhone Remains Left Out as Android Scores Flash

Sun Embarks on New Storage 'Road'

Sun today launched its first storage appliance family built on open source technology, bundling data management and analytics, simplified installation and mixed storage devices in a bid to capitali Read More

Old Software a G1 Security Glitch

T-Mobile is quietly deploying an over-the-air software patch provided by Google that fixes a Web browsing flaw in the Android G1 smartphone. But the Android software development kit (SDK) Read More

Wi-Fi Networks Growing in Number, Security

Companies and consumers are using Wi-Fi networks more than ever, although security measures aren't always keeping pace, according to a new study from security firm RSA. The seventh-annual Read More

Samsung Smartphone Goes Optical to Stand Out

Google's G1 or Apple iPhone? Experts Weigh In

Sprint Firm on WiMAX Despite Economy

Will Android's Low-Cost G1 Mean a Price War?

The G1 Quandary: Open Yet Locked

EMC, HP, Pitch App-Oriented Storage Solutions

Two major storage vendors are pushing application-aware technology aimed at different types of enterprises, but with the same promise of improving management and storage of Oracle application data. Read More

Channel Giants Face Off on Storage

You could almost see the saloon doors flapping, feel the dust coming off a dirt road and hear the unsnapping of holsters as IBM unveiled its new storage portfolio strategy today, clearly spoiling f Read More

Boon Time for Storage Players

HP Tiptoes Forward in Smartphones

HP is shipping its second business-focused smartphone, which it describes as "texting-friendly," but industry watchers aren't entirely convinced the mobile device will make much of a dent in today' Read More

New Motorola CEO a 'Hail Mary' Leader?

One pundit calls Motorola's (NYSE: MOT) new co-CEO Sanjay Jha a "Hail Mary leader," for the daunting challenges facing the new leader of the struggling handset maker. Another called the choice Read More

Greater Mobile Use Brings Bigger Virus Threat

Mobile viruses are infecting more handsets than ever, and are much smarter than they were just one year ago, according to a report released today from AdaptiveMobile. Viruses are going well be Read More

Data Demand Fuels AT&T Earnings

Stormy Weather Hits Amazon's Cloud

Amazon's S3 service ran into some stormy weather on Sunday when technical glitches knocked the company's "cloud" storage offline for several hours. The mishap underscores what could become a growin Read More

Wait for WiMAX Isn't Getting Any Shorter

Enter Read More

The Pulse of the Smartphone Market

SaaS Best Path for SMB Unified Communications

Small to mid-size businesses eyeing unified communications should consider the software as a service (SaaS) approach, a panel of UC experts said on a Web broadcast Thursday. Among the advantages, t Read More

Sun's Open Boxes Go Cheap, Bulky

Sun launched a new line of cheaper and bulkier open storage boxes today for enterprises wanting greater capacity in an easy-to-scale fashion. The J4000 line features three systems ranging from Read More

Cheap Storage Can Still Add Up

Worldwide enterprise storage costs are predicted to spike from this year's $1.3 billion to over $2 billion by 2009, according to IDC research. Part of the reason for the hike in costs: storage in Read More

Enterprises Fear SaaS Model, Survey Finds

Despite the benefits and increasing popularity of the Software as a Service (SaaS) model, companies are still wary about the idea of farming out data archiving to a partner. Just 24 percent Read More

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