Articles by Jacqueline Emigh 

SharePoint: Love It, Leave It, Or Hope For More

Microsoft gets top marks for its Sharepoint vision from the same analysts who turn around and report the software is still years from 'workable.' What's up with Microsoft's portal solution? Jacqueline Emigh reports.

Mac & Linux On the Horizon For GroupWise

While GroupWise 6.5 moves through public beta to good reviews, Novell is preparing its product for new platforms, more scalability, and lower TCO.

Buried By The Authentication Avalanche

PINs, passwords, PKI, and more... everyone agrees authentication needs to be improved, and everyone and their uncle has a solution. Which way to go in the fractionalized authentication market?

Net Admins Play Wireless Whack-a-Mole

At this week's InfoSecurity Show, experts discussed wireless weakness, from poor (but improving) security protocols to $14 rogue access points popping up like mushrooms. Jacqueline Emigh reports.

GroupWise 6.5 Beta: Novell's Challenge to MS Exchange

Groupwise 6.5 Beta is playing to good reviews among analysts and administrators. Jacqueline Emigh reports on the highlights, including enhanced administrative controls and junk-mail filtering.

WPA: Is Wi-Fi's Security Bandage Going to Win Over Network Admins?

Faced with widespread concern over WEP's problems as a security standard, the Wi-Fi Alliance introduced WPA as an interim fix. Are administrators going to adopt it or wait for next years's 802.11i? Jacqueline Emight reports.

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