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- Lynx to the World-Wide Web. Notess, Greg R. // Online;Jul94, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p78
Discusses the use of the Lynx client/server software in maneuvering through the World-Wide Web Internet tool. Definition of uniform resource locators; Features of Lynx; Indexing options.
- Microsoft and IBM lead latest pack of Web server vendors. Knowles, Anne; Foley, Mary Jo // PC Week;7/31/95, Vol. 12 Issue 30, p1
Reports on the influx of products from IBM, Microsoft and Internet veterans Spry Inc. and Spyglass Inc. that will provide corporations with tools for installing and managing World Wide Web sites. Microsoft goal to sell Windows NT as an Internet server; IBM Warp and AIX Web servers; Spry's...
- Sequel lays a path for group browsing. Moeller, Michael // PC Week;12/02/96, Vol. 13 Issue 48, p14
Reports that Sequel Technology Corp. is planning to ship an upgrade of its Sequel Net Access Manager 1.5 in December 1996, followed in January 1997 by the new Sequel NetPIM client. Features; Platforms supported; Planned integration of the two products.
- What's Hot. Mader, Carolyn // Windows IT Pro;Aug2005, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p70
Features several computer software. Vizioncore's esxRanger software; UltraBac Software's UltraBac 8.0 data protection software; ScaleOut Software's ScaleOut StateServer software.
- Don't Be Dragooned Into the Botnet Army. Larkin, Erik // PCWorld;Dec2008, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p47
The article focuses on the threats of botnets proliferating malware in the Internet. The volunteer white hats of Shadowserver.org, a nonprofit organization dedicated to battling the bot scourge, maintain a count of how many bot-infected personal computers they see with their distributed Interact...
- CA protects SME Windows Server. Savvas, Antony // Computer Weekly;9/20/2005, p24
The article reports that Computer Associates International Inc. (CA) has introduced a data protection suite for Microsoft Windows Server System for Mid-Size Business. The CA Business Protection Suite for Mid-Size Business for Windows includes anti-virus software, anti-spyware software, data...
- 5 VIRTUALIZATION SECURITY DO's & DON'Ts. Ptacek, Thomas // Information Security;Jun2008, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p18
The article presents tips for avoiding virtualization pitfalls. Do not let the enterprise silo vitalization security. Do practice segmentation on the physical virtual machine servers. Do not ignore the risks of virtual machine migration. Do consider virtualization security systems carefully and...
- Data Protection Manager is a decent step for Microsoft. Henderson, Tom // Network World;10/17/2005, Vol. 22 Issue 41, p50
This article features the Data Protection Manager (DPM) 1.0 computer software from Microsoft Corp. DPM requires highly patched versions of Windows 2003 server editions as its base platform. This server becomes the nexus for most storage management operations. Each compatible component of an...
- XFire helps pinpoint Web application bugs. Powell, Thomas // Network World;8/2/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 31, p36
Modern Web applications are a conglomerate of many individual moving parts. Web server software and hardware, application servers, database systems, custom developed applications, a variety of network devices, the network transport and, of course, the ever-present Web browser all present...