Articles by Sean Michael Kerner 

SSL VPNs Go 'Cookie-Cutter' With SonicWALL

When it comes to remote access, one size does not fit all.

Web Acceleration Players Akamai, Citrix Link Up

A new partnership between the services and hardware sides may be poised to loom over the rest of the Web acceleration landscape.

New Enhancements for Red Hat Enterprise Linux

With virtualization, security and application updates, RHEL 5.2 takes aim at both server and desktop features for Linux users.

VeriSign Takes Aim at Open Source DNS

New Unbound DNS server offers an alternative to BIND, but the project's developers aren't worried.

Debian, Ubuntu SSH Under Attack

Flaw in an SSL package has led to an Internet security storm surge.

Asterisk Going Carrier-Grade?

A UK-based carrier-grade equipment vendor may begin baking the open source IP-PBX into its offerings. Is this the next big step for open source VoIP?

Asterisk Ready for the Big Time

UK-based Integrics, a vendor of carrier-grade equipment, partners with Digium, looks at baking the open-source IP-PBX code into its switch offerings.

Cisco: U.S. Market is Soft

Cisco is still growing its business overall and remains optimistic about future growth.

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