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Network Appliance to Ship Sub-$10K Caching Hardware
Network Appliance, the current Web caching market leader, announced its first under-$10,000 caching appliance.

internet caching  start shipping its first Internet caching device priced below $10,000. The company expects to start shipping them later this month. Network Appliance's new system, the rack-mountable NetCache C1100, is due to ship in the U.S., Europe and Asia by the end of May, priced from $5,950. The lower price and smaller size should encourage businesses to deploy caching appliances more broadly within their organizations, company spokesman Adam Trunkey said. For example, a large investment bank could deploy C1100s at Read More
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AT&T's Ecosystem
AT&T is creating an environment for ASP's to thrive.

internet caching  broad range of AT&T Internet services in their offers. AT&T is making a $250 million investment in infrastructure enhancements to provide an environment suitable for remote application support. Initiatives include: Partnerships: Through partnerships with Sun Microsystems, Cisco Systems and Hewlett-Packard , AT&T is implementing the technology to create and support the Ecosystem. Intelligent Content Distribution: AT&T labs with InfoLibria, Inktomi and Novell will contribute to accelerate website Read More
Server Appliances -


internet caching  services usually provided are Internet hookups, etc . Market Leaders/Winners Because the market is so new, there is no clear leader. However, significant competitors include small vendors like Cobalt Networks and CacheFlow, mid-size vendors like Network Appliance (the present NAS leader), and traditional server market leaders Compaq, Dell, IBM, and HP. Strengths CacheFlow For the 5000 series: Throughput: In the Web Polygraph testing, CacheFlow's throughput was 2300 rps (requests/second), tied with Read More
2008 Internet Security Trends: A Report on Emerging Attack Platforms for Spam, Viruses, and Malware
Just when malware design seemed to have reached a plateau, new and more complex attack techniques have now emerged. For a while, security controls designed to

internet caching  dominated much of the Internet security news in 2007, but not just because of their size and scope. They both introduced new, more sophisticated techniques that demonstrate the refinement of malicious software. Malware creators are spending more time and resources developing an actual platform that is designed to last and be reused. Delivery methods are also changing, moving toward blended attacks that combine both email and Web services. Attacks are now originating from directly inside the protected Read More
PeopleSoft - Catching Its Second Wind From The Internet Part 2: Strengths and Challenges
PeopleSoft invested two years and over a half billion dollars to develop new Internet-based enterprise applications. It now has a pure Internet platform a new

internet caching  demos by setting up Internet Explorer-like favorites in advance. Performance: Dynamic pricing, Personalization, real-time Collaboration, Complex Product Configuration and Virtual Live Caching all require high bandwidth, efficient networks and hardware optimization. This challenge is not only PeopleSoft pertinent though. Any application run on a network or across the Internet is limited by its narrowest point. Additionally, by shifting much more processing power to the application server side, Read More
Five Standard Features Any VoIP System Should Have
The move to voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) is fraught with technical and other considerations, but the gains in productivity and efficiency and long-term

internet caching  move to voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) is fraught with technical and other considerations, but the gains in productivity and efficiency and long-term manageability, application integration, and multimodal communications options outweigh the problems if the map forward is well thought out. Read about the 5 features that your VoIP system should have for it to be considered the right solution for your enterprise. Read More
BAAN Announces
OpenWorld will be an enterprise integration architecture that enables Baan customers to engage in E-commerce with each other.

internet caching  Business-To-Business Collaboration Over The Internet Event Summary Today, manufacturing organizations spend more than 35% of their IT budgets integrating disparate systems such as CRM, ERP, and Supply Chain applications. Yet, the level of integration most organizations achieve is a simple point-to-point data exchange which may allow the sharing of customer information between front and back office applications, or batch transfer of supply chain planning information with an ERP System. Baan is painting a Read More
Business VoIP Buyer’s Guide
Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) is a business phone system that allows you to make phone calls using a broadband Internet connection. Once you install VoIP,

internet caching  Buyer’s Guide Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) is a business phone system that allows you to make phone calls using a broadband Internet connection. Once you install VoIP, your employees can call anywhere, whether the receiver has VoIP or not. VoIP can be a cheaper alternative to a traditional phone system, as well as offering additional features. Discover the features of VoIP, and learn how to go about purchasing a VoIP system. Read More
Client/Server and the Internet Converge: The Smart Client Application
Everyone wants the biggest bang for their IT buck—the most functionality and ease of use, deployed to the widest audience, for the lowest cost. But for years

internet caching  Server and the Internet Converge: The Smart Client Application Everyone wants the biggest bang for their IT buck—the most functionality and ease of use, deployed to the widest audience, for the lowest cost. But for years, packaged software, despite high up-front and recurring costs, has been a must-have. However, business professionals are beginning to recognize a more efficient approach to their software needs: the smart client. Read More
Oracle Co. - Internet Paradigm Boosts Applications Growth
Oracle is one of the first software companies to implement the Internet computing model for developing and deploying enterprise software across its entire

internet caching  Co. - Internet Paradigm Boosts Applications Growth Vendor Summary Founded in 1977 and headquartered in Redwood City, CA, Oracle Corporation is the No.1 database software vendor with approx. 50% market share, and is the world's second largest independent software company (after Microsoft). Oracle is also the second largest ERP vendor (after SAP) with $2.1 billion revenue in 1998 (approx. 12% of global ERP market), and 6000 installations worldwide. It maintains a presence in 145 countries, with more Read More
Superhighway at the Crossroads: The Evolution of Internet Service Provision
The Internet has grown from mainly academic and military use into a global, integrated, and sophisticated commercial utility. Not just an “information

internet caching  Crossroads: The Evolution of Internet Service Provision The Internet has grown from mainly academic and military use into a global, integrated, and sophisticated commercial utility. Not just an “information superhighway,” it now offers voice telephony, video, and mobile communications in a converged network. Connection services have expanded, and Internet service providers (ISPs) are adding value. Explore the challenges and opportunities—and find out what lies ahead. Read More
Internet Makes SCP All That It Can Be
The Internet is reshaping the supply chain planning marketplace. Several clear trends have emerged in recent years that capitalize on the possibilities for

internet caching  That It Can Be Internet Makes SCP All That It Can Be S. McVey - April 26th, 2000 Introduction The Internet is reshaping the enterprise applications market by making possible unprecedented visibility and information sharing between enterprises. Nowhere is this transformation more evident than in the supply chain planning (SCP) software market. The fact is, prior to the Internet, much of what SCP promised was never realized beyond a conceptual level. Supply chains that seamlessly joined customers and Read More
Earthlink Leads the Way in DSL Security
DSL providers speed up their customers' Internet access, however, at the same time they also expose these customers to enormous security risk. Earthlink has

internet caching  don't already have high-speed Internet access, you are wishing you did. For a small price increase over traditional ISP services, users can upgrade to a DSL line and access the Internet at record speeds. However, one of the biggest stumbling blocks to doing so has been the security implications. DSL services expose your system to a much greater degree to cybercriminals and cybervandals. Market Impact Until Earthlink's announcement, the only way for ISP customers to protect themselves from wily world wide Read More
A Sure Bet: Implementing High Availability Internet
Internet access is now mission-critical for many enterprises. Yet the unpredictable nature of Internet bandwidth can put important applications at risk. For

internet caching  Bet: Implementing High Availability Internet Internet access is now mission-critical for many enterprises. Yet the unpredictable nature of Internet bandwidth can put important applications at risk. For converged networks with voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) and data running at the same time, redundancy is a must-have, as IT managers strive to achieve the same levels of reliability phone users have come to expect. Read More
Hosted VoIP Versus VoIP PBX
Is your company considering a voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) system? If so, there are at least two options to consider: hosted VoIP and VoIP Private Branch

internet caching  considering a voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) system? If so, there are at least two options to consider: hosted VoIP and VoIP Private Branch eXchange (PBX). This PDF gives you a high-level view of how each of these options fares on service maintenance, features, upfront costs, and extras, among other considerations, so you can gauge which is the right one for your business. Download it now. Read More

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