[2005-06-30] Worldwide Raids on Illegal Filesharing
Law enforcement authorities from around the world raided illegal filesharing networks, making arrests and seizing computers. Today's assault led by the FBI hammered multiple locations in the Netherlands after a dozen raids yesterday.
[2005-06-28] High Courts Says Grokster Needs New Market
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) handed down a ruling some people seem to be missing at least in part. The court ruled in favor of MGM over Grokster Inc. and Streamcast Networks on basic concept and that concept is the way they packaged their P2P, file sharing product.
[2005-06-23] Cisco Networking Becomes Application Oriented
By embedding technology in the network, Cisco says it can provide secure application communication.
[2005-06-21] Cisco Orients The Application Network
New technology from the networking company promises faster, smarter, and more secure computer networks.
[2005-06-17] Cisco Certification: Becoming A Truly Valuable CCNA
I've been active in the Cisco Certification track for four years, working my way from the CCNA to the coveted Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert title, and during that time I've conducted job interviews and casual conversations with hundreds of CCNAs and CCNA candidates.
[2005-06-16] A Guide To ARP
When I first started studying for my CCNA years ago, one of the (many) things that confused me was ARP. Or rather, what ARP did as opposed to Reverse ARP, Inverse ARP, and Proxy ARP! One book would mention ARP without mentioning the other variations, one woule mention RARP but not Proxy ARP, and so on...
[2005-06-11] Nokia and Intel Team Up On WIMAX Development
Nokia and Intel announced that they are working together to speed up the development, and deployment of WIMAX technology to bring new capabilities to mobile users over high-speed broadband networks.
[2005-06-08] YAWNA - Yet Another Wireless Networking Article
The consumer-level wireless networking market has exploded over the past few years. Unfortunately, manufacturers have been lax in explaining the potential security risks associated with their products.