Articles by Michael Hickins 

Vonage Boots CEO For 'Disappointing' Results

The VoIP leader still expects to prevail in court versus Verizon and to settle Sprint's claims amicably.

Citrix Adds Streamed Apps to Offerings

Presentation Server 4.5 will let customers access desktop applications as an on-demand service.

New Google Mini May Reflect Competitive Pressure

Google's newest search appliance packs in more functionality for less. Why?

UPDATED: Less Splash, More Impact: Exchange 2007 Launches

While it got little of the attention Vista and Office 2007 received, Exchange 2007 might prove much more disruptive.

Upcoming Lotus Tools Take Cues from Web 2.0

Social networking is informing upcoming features in IBM's collaboration tools.

Analysts Second-Guessing IBM/ISS Deal

The deal looks good on paper, but where is ISS going to fit in Big Blue's big picture?

IBM Makes Managed Security Buy

Purchase of long-time partner beefs up Big Blue's security services.

Cisco Settlement Leaves One Live Suit

The networking company has settled one suit it called meritless, but still has another to deal with.

Novell Ties Up Identity and Security with Sentinel

Sentinel ties network security into identity management. Analysts call it "one of the best tools out there."

64-Bit Exchange Server Makes Public Beta

Timely beta release puts server on schedule for 2007 release, snaps losing streak on slipped deadlines.

Study: VoIP Fuels Enterprise Equipment Spending

Increased outlays being driven by a need to keep a competitive edge.

Postini Rolls Out Off-Site Personal Messaging Archives

Postini's SaaS offering gives users a gigabyte to store and search e-mail and IMs.

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