Tags : search


Sophos-At-Bristol


[April 16, 2010] The challenges being faced by At-Bristol were similar to other facilities that contain public computers. While certain Web sites are blocked, At-Bristol’s computer users are essentially free to search for any information they wish. Computers were routinely becoming infected with viruses, spyware, and other malware as a result. Read More...

Tags: security , search , vertical , malware , e-Mail

Verio-Riser Media


[April 14, 2010] When Riser Media was contacted in 2007 by a current client and asked to host several high traffic sites, the media company realized that offering hosting services in addition to Web design could improve their relationships with existing clients and increase revenue. Read More...

Tags: search , services , server , vertical , media

ViewSonic-Riverside Medical Clinic


[March 16, 2010] The challenge Riverside was facing was that they wanted to develop a new method for physicians to write prescriptions. Specifically, they wanted a device that would allow doctors to write electronic prescriptions right in the exam room, and then print those prescriptions or send them by e-mail or fax to the patient and/or the pharmacy. Read More...

Tags: search , services , wireless , e-Mail , HIPPA

Astaro-South Montgomery Community School


[March 16, 2010] Most schools have Internet-related concerns, and those that fall under the jurisdiction of the South Montgomery Community School Corporation are no different. Filtering Web content and blocking inappropriate Web sites have always ranked high on the list of priorities. Read More...

Tags: search , management , vertical , Novell , policy

Marshal8e6-Essendon Football Club


[February 20, 2010] Because of increased technology usage and a higher number of system users, the football club’s bandwidth speeds were noticeably slower by 2009. Uploading 30-MB files to the Internet was taking as long as 40 minutes. Spam was also a growing problem. In response to these issues, the Essendon Football Club began their search for an e-mail security solution that would block spam before it reached users’ desktops. They also needed a Web security solution to address excessive bandwidth consumption, block access to harmful Web sites, and help the club enforce its acceptable use policy. Read More...

Tags: security , search , vertical , policy , e-Mail

Data Domain-CAA South Central Ontario


[February 15, 2010] The Canadian Automobile Association provides a variety of automotive, travel, and insurance services to its members. Comprised of nine automotive clubs, the CAA has over 140 offices across Canada and more than five million members. Storing and protecting member data, including insurance information, is a necessary part of CAA’s operations. The South Central Ontario branch of the CAA relied on a tape system to complete backups, but this method had several limitations. Read More...

Tags: search , services , switching , insurance , integrate

Aladdin Knowledge Systems-WetStone Technologies


[November 28, 2009] Established in 1997, WetStone Technologies, Inc. has made it their mission to advance digital investigation technologies and training. When WetStone began seeing their products and software being sold on eBay and other Internet auction sites, they realized that effective copy protection was essential in terms of protecting their intellectual property and maintaining their revenue. WetStone started looking for a solution that would help them protect themselves against software piracy. Read More...

Tags: search , software , management , vertical , marketing

Pillar Data Systems-Skyservice Airlines


[October 11, 2009] Serving the needs of Canadian travelers, Skyservice Airlines, Inc. is the country’s leading commercial charter airline and a recognized leader in aviation services. In 2008, Skyservice made plans to expand its data center, and started to implement a VMware environment. It was at that point they discovered some problems with their current data center, including maintenance difficulties, inefficient cooling, and an ineffective disaster recovery policy. As a result, Skyservice Airlines began their search for a new storage solution that would work with their existing NetApp system. Read More...

Tags: search , services , Microsoft , policy , VMware

Pillar Data Systems-Temple University Health System


[October 11, 2009] The Temple University Health System was facing three storage-related challenges. The first was that their current system was expensive to maintain and expand. There were also numerous hidden costs and high fees. They needed to find a more cost-effective solution. Second, Temple needed a storage system that would offer both immediate and archive file storage, capabilities their existing system did not possess. Finally, Temple's backup system was insufficient to meet the organization's disaster recovery requirements, which in part led to the search for a better solution. Read More...

Tags: XML , search , Microsoft , vertical , Storage

IBM Channel Partners Enlist Social Commerce to Build Retail Solutions


[August 26, 2009] Innovative IT software vendors are building web-based applications for retail customers that integrate social networking as a tool to expand sales. Read More...

Tags: Facebook , search , IBM , social networking , marketing

IBM-Rice University


[July 14, 2009] Rice University, located in Houston, Texas, is a private research academy. The institution, founded in 1912, is known for its prestigious undergraduate programs and its strength in the applied sciences. In order to offer students a state-of-the-art research environment, the university decided to implement the Sakai system. This open source environment, currently in use by well over 100 universities, is an extremely effective collaborative tool. The university felt that the Sakai environment would encourage students and faculty to communicate and work together. After obtaining a Shared University Research (SUR) grant from IBM, Rice implemented the Sakai environment. Read More...

Tags: open source , search , services , Microsoft , IBM

Microsoft-Country Knolls Animal Hospital


[June 25, 2009] The Country Knolls Animal Hospital is a well-established practice that has been operating in Ballston Lake, New York, for the past 30 years. When Dr. Kelly Cooper purchased the practice from the original founder in 2008, she quickly recognized that the operation was in need of a digital technology transplant. According to the new owner, the practice used virtually no technology, and basically ran on paper and pencil. She wanted to install specialized veterinary software to help her with a variety of tasks, but first she needed a network to run it on and a compatible computer operating system. Read More...

Tags: Windows , search , services , Microsoft , Vista

Microsoft-Norton Rose


[June 10, 2009] Norton Rose LLP is a very large legal practice with offices in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. The challenge the company was facing was that they had to find a way to reduce the amount of time individuals spent locating information. Read More...

Tags: search , services , Microsoft , vertical , international

Virtualization Battle Gets More Intense


[February 25, 2009] New product releases from channel vendors Citrix and Red Hat pose a new competitive challenge for leader VMWare. Read More...

Tags: search , virtualization , Red Hat , Citrix , VMware

Microsoft - Brevard County Florida


[February 18, 2009] The customer was running out of space for paper record and needed a way to electronically and easily manage documents to comply with the state of Florida’s public records management laws and also gain business intelligence. Read More...

Tags: search , Microsoft , server , management , IBM

Milestone Moment for The Web


[January 26, 2009] Internet reaches 1 billion users and Google is its most popular site. Read More...

Tags: Google , search , Microsoft , broadband , Congress

Google @10: The Can Opener Innovation Continues


[September 08, 2008] Has Google actually ever invented anything new? Think about that. Read More...

Tags: Facebook , Google , search , services , Yahoo

Microsoft Shells Out $486M for Research Firm


[August 29, 2008] After failed Yahoo buyout, Microsoft opens its wallet to crack the European search and e-commerce market. Read More...

Tags: Windows , Google , search , services , Microsoft

Microsoft's IE8 Beta Sports New UI Features


[August 28, 2008] This release emphasizes the user experience, with new UI features, improved security and changes to the address bar and search function. Read More...

Tags: Firefox , Google , search , Microsoft , Internet Explorer

Virtually Speaking: IBM Goes High on Linux


[August 06, 2008] IBM's research shows virtualization adoption is helping to bring Linux to the high end. Read More...

Tags: search , virtualization , HP , workloads , VMware

Study: e-Gov Satisfaction on the Rise


[July 29, 2008] Slight rise in citizen satisfaction follows a year of decline. Read More...

Tags: search , government

What's Cooking in Google's Enterprise Labs?


[June 19, 2008] Google's enterprise strategy isn't much different than the consumer side when it comes to giving users an early look at services in development. Read More...

Tags: Google , search , Enterprise

Microsoft in Search of Breakthroughs


[May 23, 2008] Software giant shares a bit about its 'best defense against war, famine and Google.' Read More...

Tags: search , Microsoft , research , privacy

The Channel's Stake in Social Networking


[April 28, 2008] Social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace are often viewed as online playgrounds for students. However, they are being increasingly used as important business tools by channel players. Read More...

Tags: Facebook , search , social networking , networking , MySpace

Security Here and There


[April 10, 2008] Foreign compliance vendors say security trumps privacy in the U.S. Read More...

Tags: security , search , consumer , privacy , Sarbanes-Oxley

Channel Is Key In Enterprise Security Sales


[April 06, 2008] George Adams, CEO of SSH Communications Security, outlines the key obstacles channel partners face in tackling security sales and offers a roadmap to success. Read More...

Tags: Linux , authentication , Windows , security , data , search , services , Microsoft , server , consumer , management , support , IBM , Specification , Demo , PC , IT , Internet , research , marketing , privacy , ERP , laptops , Office , malware , CA , government , virus , Enterprise , OS , technology , RIM , business , news , SEC , corporate , VAR , protocols , standards , regulation , OSI , REV , EFF , vulnerabilities , SCO

Mobile Spam Threat Worth Keeping a Watchful Eye


[April 01, 2008] Right now carriers are doing the anti-spam lifting but things could change. Read More...

Tags: PHP , security , data , search , spam , consumer , support , wireless , mobile , PC , smartphones , China , IT , Internet , research , smartphone , ERP , HP , survey , advertising , CA , McAfee , Enterprise , OS , RIM , carriers , news , e-Mail , SEC , InternetNews.com , ITC , EFF , NOR

More Enterprises Buy Into Storage Virtualization


[March 28, 2008] Consolidation, disaster recovery factors in technology adoption growth, according to a new study. Read More...

Tags: PHP , data , search , server , management , IBM , EMC , virtualization , SMB , IT , Internet , research , ERP , Mac , HP , servers , CA , disaster recovery , Enterprise , backup , OS , technology , RIM , VMware , business , news , InternetNews.com , Brown , SMBs , AIM , REV , downtime , EFF , Storage

Intel Goes The Distance on Wi-Fi: 60 Miles


[March 20, 2008] Using 802.11x networking and some "secret sauce," it can stretch wireless connectivity -- helping remote communities get online. Read More...

Tags: search , server , support , Specification , wireless , IT , Internet , Intel , research , digital divide , ISP , HP , CA , Wi-Fi , OS , technology , media , Wimax , SEC , InternetNews.com , protocols , Gartner , standards , healthcare , OSI , AIM , EFF , SCO

Survey: Data Archival Efforts Inefficient


[March 17, 2008] New report cites weak archival strategies and high risk for data. Read More...

Tags: PHP , database , security , data , search , management , IT , Internet , research , privacy , ERP , HP , survey , CA , government , backup , OS , data security , RIM , news , e-Mail , control , SEC , corporate , archiving , InternetNews.com , e-discovery , tape , regulation , discovery , OSI , EFF , NAC , SCO , data risk , Storage


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