Profile of David StromPresident, David Strom Inc.
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David Strom is one of the leading experts on network and Internet technologies and has written and spoken extensively on topics such as cybersecurity, VOIP, convergence, email, cloud computing, network management, Internet applications, wireless and Web services for more than 35 years . He was the editor-in-chief of Network Computing print, Digital Landing.com, and Tom's Hardware.com. He currently edits the Inside Security daily email newsletter. He has written two computer networking books and appeared on a number of TV and radio shows explaining technology concepts and trends. He regularly blogs at https://blog.strom.com
Articles by David Strom
From wikis to blogs and beyond, here are 10 tips culled from the experts to help you get started building a more dynamic Web site and jumping into Web 2.0.
Here's a roadmap, suggestions on price points, and a guide on what you need to assess before you purchase any endpoint security product for your enterprise.
Microsoft's love/hate relationship with the Mac, its uncertainty over the proper place for open-source software, and the surprisingly self-critical nature of the company's coders were on display at its recent Technology Summit.
The hard part is picking the right combination of protection products for the desktop and understanding the trade-offs between convenience, security, and simplicity.
2007 will be the year when a host of hot technologies which have been percolating around the mainstream rise high on the radar screens of CIOs and IT managers. We'll look at five of the more significant, including RFID, advanced graphics, and virtualization.
More than just a substitute for e-mail, group chat is a productivity booster that's becoming a must-have app in the enterprise. Here's what to consider as you assess how to integrate the technology into your infrastructure.
David Strom reviews Microsoft's latest Streets and Trips software, and finds out never having to ask for directions has its downside too.
Salmon LLC, which makes custom applications for enterprises, developed its own open source development tool to build its commercial software.