Q&A: Kriens evaluates Juniper at 10A decade ago I interviewed Scott Kriens, back when there was all sorts of buzz around Juniper and how it was going to give Cisco a run for its money - only no one could say on the record what exactly Juniper was working on. It made for an interesting interview as Kriens danced around the issues without getting specific. Now, with Juniper a more mature company at 10 years, Kriens speaks more candidly with Network World about where the company is and where it\u2019s going. See the full Q&A.Lotus set to uphold the future of NotesIs it too late for Notes\/Domino? Some say yes - but IBM\/Lotus plans to convince them otherwise at its Lotusphere show this week. Here's a sneak peek.Internet Telephony show focuses on open sourceExpect open source VoIP gear to make a splash as the Internet Telephony East Conference and Expo opens its doors this week in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Click here for more.BigFix adds security to patch productPatch-management vendor BigFix last week unveiled software for servers and desktops to let customers perform a range of security tasks, including asset discovery and policy-based access control and endpoint security. Click here for more.Blog: Google does the right thing by standing up to Uncle SamJohn Gallant applauds Google for resisting the Bush administration's attempt to force the search engine giant to release information about customer searches and the Web sites it tracks. Click here for more.Today on Layer 8, where there are 23 days until Spring Training:We dish up our usual Monday caption contest fare with a new contest and the announcement of our latest winner; provide a guide to picking up women (ladies, feel free to chime in); and, give example 42,097,329 of someone with too much time on their hands. All that and more at your home for not-just-networking news.Network World celebrates 20 yearsWho do you think had a bigger impact over the past 20 years, Internet pioneer Vint Cerf or the creator of Ethernet, Bob Metcalfe? What piece of technology can you not live without even though 20 years ago you in fact lived without it? Help Network World celebrate its 20th anniversary by participating in a quick, 10-question survey about forces that have shaped the industry. Watch for the results in the March 27 issue.