Posted on Nov 24th, 2009 | 5 comments
Welcome again to the Alan and Mitchell Podcast. We're still working on a new podcast name so hang in there until we have something better.
During the podcast, Alan and I talk about:
1. New security features in Windows Azure2. The first zero day for Windows 73. 2nd iPhone worm4. HP/3Com5. Why is security so hard6. Fortinet's IPO7. Cloud Computing becoming part of the pop culture
Thanks for joining us...
Posted on Mar 31st, 2008 | Comments Off
One thing that happens to everyone at one time or another is when you become so engrossed inyour own world view, you start to believe everyone else thinks the way youdo, or if they don’t, your spin will fool them. Doesn’t matter whether you’rebig like Cisco and Microsoft, or the latest startup on the block with a newmouse trap. You hear phrases like "he believes too much of his ownpress"...
Posted on Jan 8th, 2008 | Comments Off
Hey, it’s time for another StillSecure After All These Years Podcast! This week, a special treat. I invited fellow Network World blogger Brad Reese to join Alan and me as our special podcast interview guest.
Brad blogs for Network World Cisco Subnet where he covers all happenings in Ciscoland. In addition to blogger Brad also has his own company which repairs Cisco equipment.
Out interview with Brad covers a...
Posted on Dec 31st, 2007 | 2 comments
Coming Tomorrow, January 1 – Make VoIP calls on the iPod Touch.
Three French developers have created a hack for the Apple iPod Touch thatwill allow it to be used as a VoIP phone. I have to assume they’ve added the SIPstack to the Touch and are using the WiFi connection on the iPod Touch to makeVoIP calls.
Will Apple squash this French iPod VoIP Revolution and make bricksout of iPod Touch devices?...
Posted on Dec 11th, 2007 | 1 comment
I put a blog post today on my Network World blog about Microsoft turning intoanother Cisco, that is, Microsoft has ramped the acquisition engine and is nowbuying its way into product categories to keep up with more innovativecompanies. I’m thinking specifically of Google.
A commenter to that post reminded me that even DOS was an acquisition, whichis true. I think the difference I’m pointing out here is...