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IBM’s NetVista Joins the Appliance PC Fray
IBM debuts an extremely competitive business network appliance with its new NetVista PCs. Now if it can just fix that direct Web site...

netvista desktop computers  ThinkPad notebook computers and NetVista desktop computers. Features such as the embedded Security Chip, available on select models of the legacy-free NetVista S40, provide 256-bit encryption for extremely secure network and Internet transactions. Market Impact This year has seen a trend toward slimmed-down PCs as product offerings. Hewlett Packard [NYSE:HWP] and Compaq [NYSE:CPQ] already have similar business appliance PCs; Dell [NASDAQ:DELL] and Gateway [NYSE:GTW] have pitched their appliances to the Read More...
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The IT Infrastructure Outsourcing knowledge base focuses on the selection of companies who provide outsource services in the areas of information technology (IT) infrastructure. The typical type...
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Desktop PCs: Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss… (Dell)
This year, the market can be summed up as 3D: Dell Direct Desktop. In comparison, Compaq and IBM are looking a little flat.

netvista desktop computers  300 High-end: Intellistation Appliance: NetVista (not yet shipping) IBM needs to capture mind share, as well as market share, with the NetVista. It must avoid supply problems that have plagued IBM in the past (especially in its ThinkPad notebooks) and uncompetitive price points. In IBM's consumer market withdrawal, they are following the lead of other companies, such as Unisys and NCR. These companies have decided there is little value in maintaining a brand presence in a market no longer critical to the Read More...
Information/Internet Appliances
Information appliances, also called Internet or PC appliances, are a new market that appeal to those customers who want to reduce their desktop hardware

netvista desktop computers  Internet Appliances Market Overview Information appliances (also called PC appliances and Internet appliances ) are the latest name for the type of computing similar to that pushed by Oracle CEO Larry Ellison a few years ago under the name of Network Computer . Whatever you call it, this market is new and growing. In recent months, most of the large hardware vendors (Compaq, Dell, Gateway, IBM) have started to announce products or plans for products. In addition, COMDEX '99 highlighted a Read More...
Ericom Software Inc.
Ericom Software is a provider of application access and remote desktop protocol (RDP) acceleration solutions.

netvista desktop computers  Software Inc. Ericom Software is a provider of application access and remote desktop protocol (RDP) acceleration solutions. Read More...
Intermec
Intermec is a manufacturer and supplier of automated identification and data capture equipment, including barcode scanners, barcode printers, mobile computers

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Voice over IP Reliability
We all know that computers, generally speaking, have not been as reliable as phones. And the fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) surrounding voice over Internet

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Case Study: National Aquarium in Baltimore
Limited office space at the National Aquarium in Baltimore required staff to share computers, resulting in several security risks and inefficiencies. For more

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Palm Tries to Take the Desktop in Hand
Palm Computing to offer software to allow Palm devices to network with enterprise systems and applications.

netvista desktop computers  Tries to Take the Desktop in Hand Palm Tries to Take the Desktop in Hand R.A. Krause - October 27th, 1999 Event Summary 10/18/99 - 3Com's Palm Computing offspring will stand or fall on the willingness of large corporate IS groups to embrace an array of new devices, from personal digital assistants to cellular phones, that use the Palm operating system as their basic software. This week the company, which will be spun off from parent 3Com early next year, will take a giant step in its effort to shift Read More...
Beyond Spam – Email Security in the Age of Blended Threats
Not all email security solutions are built to defend against emerging email threats. Regardless of whether someone is using a desktop, laptop, netbook, tablet

netvista desktop computers  email security, web security, cyber security, network security, email threat, EdgeWave, botnets, phishing, malware, smartphone attack Read More...
One In-memory Solution Fits All: QlikView Stands Out with Unique Approach and Broad Applicability
In 1993, Swedish-based Qlik Technologies launched a desktop data management solution that soon evolved so that both the application and data resided entirely in

netvista desktop computers  In-memory Solution Fits All: QlikView Stands Out with Unique Approach and Broad Applicability In 1993, Swedish-based Qlik Technologies launched a desktop data management solution that soon evolved so that both the application and data resided entirely in RAM memory, converting the solution into one of the first in-memory based applications. Today the QlikView solution boasts approximately 28,000 customers in more than 100 countries. In this report, TEC data management analyst Jorge García gives an Read More...
At Least Your Boss Can't Read Your Home E-mail, Right? Wrong!
A lower-court judge in St. Paul granted a subpoena to Northwest Airlines allowing them the search the home computers of employees for evidence of allegedly

netvista desktop computers  privacy,network security,security network,email marketing,doubleclick,hipaa,web security,privacy policy,policy privacy,email security,firewall security,security issues,mail security,privacy laws,privacy law Read More...
Do More with Less: Merging Enterprise Applications with Desktop Tools
Workers spend on average close to 80 percent of their workday with some combination of enterprise applications and desktop tools. Best-in-class companies have

netvista desktop computers  More with Less: Merging Enterprise Applications with Desktop Tools Workers spend on average close to 80 percent of their workday with some combination of enterprise applications and desktop tools. Best-in-class companies have already found ways to improve productivity. Learn more about the convergence of enterprise applications with desktop tools, and the role it plays in providing visibility to enterprise data, improving communication, and facilitating real-time decision making. Read More...
Preventing Data Corruption in the Event of an Extended Power Outage
Despite advances in technology, power outages continue to be a major cause of PC and server downtime. Protecting computers with uninterruptible power supply

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