Articles by Jacqueline Emigh 

Laptops: Is Your Network's Integrity Flying Out the Door?

When a laptop flies out the door, so can your network integrity. Jacqueline Emigh explains how companies are securing their most vulnerable endpoints.

Sprint's UAM Arrives to the Enterprise Instant Messaging Fray

While AOL pushes its new enterprise IM gateway, and other vendors wait on a standard, Sprint pushes in to the market with its Linux- or Solaris-based UAM.

Are iSCSI and InfiniBand in Your Storage Future?

InfiniBand and iSCSI will be making inroads in storage. What will these new technologies mean for network administration?

Untangling the Lotus Feature Set

The latest from Lotus is a study in crossplatform focus, but what you get varies from platform to platform. Jacqueline Emigh untangles the featurelist you can expect, depending on where you're running Domino/Notes.

New Consortium Links IT and Physical Security

Network managers have been steadily improving their track record in IT security, just in time for a new emphasis on physical security, as a regional cyber security consortium takes off.

Novell Launches eDirectory 8.7 - And It's Free For iPlanet Directory Users

Novell has leveled the newest version of its LDAP metadirectory straight at Sun with a giveaway assault on its rival's iPlanet Directory Server.

Lotus Cranks Up Notes & Domino Security

Lotus' latest Notes and Domino release boosts spam-fighting and security measures including smartcard support and mail encryption. Jacqueline Emigh covers what's new.

Passwords - Automated Reset, Anyone? How about Microsoft's Kokanee?

So you've got single sign-on but you're still taking 300 calls a day from users who forgot their password? They don't like telling you their new password? How does automated password reset with voice verification sound?

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