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Express Networking

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Anritsu's latest switch extends LANs on a budget.

Unwired World

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Seeking answers to the global 'Digital Divide'

Avici Routes AT&T Into The Fast Lane

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AT&T and Avici Systems put their competitors on notice last week by announcing that Ma Bell has completed its coast-to-coast Internet Protocol network and will use Avici's routers, which carry traffic at 10 gigabits per second.

Ease Their Pain

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Windows 2000 migrations can give your customers a migraine, but your wallet certainly won't suffer during the process.

Underlying Headaches

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While the actual migration process is not that difficult, getting to the point where you can migrate users and other network objects is a painstaking exercise.

Presuming The Worst Is Coming, What Can You Do?

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My buddy Jack the CIO is as unhappy as I was when I watched the Oakland Raiders make mincemeat of my Miami Dolphins earlier this month.

A Higher Tab Will Give Tighter Reins

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NetSpective offers comprehensive monitoring of Internet use and network security-for a price.

Breaking the Bottleneck

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Carriers vying to speed data delivery

One-Stop Shop

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Telecom inefficiency makes universal access money

Wired for sound, video

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Making Apple's imac look obese, the $2,500 Panasonic CF-E1 Audio Video Personal Computer that we saw last week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas starts with a 15-inch flat-screen display instead of a bulky, heavy, space-heating CRT.

Dont Get Into a BIND

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When installing a domain controller, Win2K Server gets cranky if it can't find a DNS server that handles SRV (service) records.

No-cost PKI is worth the cost

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Attendees at the mis Training Institute's recent conference on PKI, in Atlanta, learned that the public-key infrastructure in Microsoft's Windows 2000 Advanced Server Edition lacks features essential to enterprise-level security.

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