Don't-Miss Networking Stories
The single-port Lantronix SecureLinx SpiderDuo wins with a low price, advanced features, and local console pass-through.
The Anybots robot functions as a seeing and hearing personal avatar that can roll around the office as you operate it through a Web browser from your home.
A single box integrates your router, shared storage, e-mail, and VoIP phone service, providing a basic infrastructure for your small business.
Google promises 99.9 percent uptime at only $50 per year per user. An IT admin makes the switch from Microsoft to see how it really works -- with mixed results.
With automated controls and simple operation, the Nikon Coolpix S8000 is an ideal high-zoom camera for beginners. It's hard to take a bad photo with this model, but you get no manual controls.
HP's c7000 blade system is rich in features, options, and performance, but some of the management tools need attention.
VMware, VMLogix, Surgient, and Skytap lab managers ace virtual machine configuration, deployment, and teardown, with some key differences in features and ease.
IBM's blade system combines strong performance and solid features, but also lower density and higher cost.
This is a solid Bluetooth headset unit for anyone who is willing to spend a little time fine-tuning the audio.
The Jabra Cruiser delivers hands-free calls and music over your car's stereo with minimal hassle.
The SuperBlade is an amazingly affordable blade server system, yet it still offers a few frills.
Dell's M1000e blade system lags HP and IBM in features and options, but hits the mark in performance and price.
Convenient Clear Spot travel router offers ease of setup and connects multiple devices via Wi-Fi.
Clear's modem is fast and relatively easy to set up, but it won't connect outside the limited reach of 4G networks.
The dual-mode U301 can deliver fast speeds where a 4G signal is available, but it has trouble automatically switching from 3G to 4G.