EDITORS' CHOICEPage OneLotus takes aim at blogs, wikis and feedsIBM\/Lotus plans to expand its corporate collaboration tools by adding social relationship, behavior mapping and alerting technology that lets users easily share ideas, data, research and corporate knowledge.Vendors feel heat to cool hardwareAs data center equipment gets smaller and more robust, figuring out how to power and cool it adequately is becoming an increasingly major challenge.ID theft, the sequelHarrison Ford is ticked off again. But not because the bad guys have hijacked Air Force One or kidnapped his wife from a Paris hotel room; this time they've swiped his identity to break into the bank where he works and steal millions of dollars. Warner Bros. Pictures on Feb. 10 will release 'Firewall,' the latest film to focus on an issue that over the past year has come front and center in the public's consciousness - identity theft.Network World Guide to 3GMake way for 3GAn introduction to a guide to how 3G affects wireless\/mobile devices and those who use them.ReviewOptiVault reduces the need for magnetic tape backupOptiVault reduces the need for magnetic tape backup, Clear Choice Tests show.AdviceNutter's Help Desk: Running VLANs on a small netRon Nutter explains why VLANs could make sense even on a small network.Tech UpdateSAS enhances RPR routingThe Resilient Packet Ring standard, IEEE 802.17, combines the reliability, service guarantees and management capabilities of SONET with the statistical efficiency of packet networks. A key new optimization of the technology, the Spatially Aware Sublayer, 802.17b, provides spatial reuse of the ring bandwidth via Layer 2 bridgingAudio, video and even a forumNetwork World Radio: Multipoint video over SkypeThis week we talk with Max Montgomery, director of marketing for Santa Cruz Networks, about his company's multipoint video service for Skype and Google Talk called Festoon. We also find out why Santa Cruz is closing down its business-oriented Viditel service at the end of the month. Listen in.Cool Tools Video: Cheaper alternative to wireless music?Cool Tools guy Keith Shaw tests out a viewer's idea to use the Belkin TuneCaster to broadcast music around the house rather than the more expensive Logitech Wireless Music system. Plus, wireless expert Craig Mathias gives a primer on digital vs. analog audio.Forum: The teenager and the late-night 'Net surfingLast week's column by Ron Nutter on the father trying to keep his daughter from using a neighbor's wireless access point late at night generated a number of suggestions - from technical (software that generates large numbers of spurious SSIDs) to parental (talk to the girl!). See what users say - and add your own two cents.NewsMicrosoft to bolster Software Assurance programMicrosoft is planning several major changes to beef up features of Software Assurance, the company's maintenance and upgrade program that has been criticized for its expense and slow follow-up with new products.Verizon touts new business servicesVerizon last week launched an enterprise business unit formed following the company's acquisition of MCI, as well as two service offerings intended to show integration between its wireline and wireless networks.Flood of compliance tools comingFour vendors this week plan to unveil products that do double duty: help companies monitor operational and system risks, and facilitate compliance with industry mandates such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.Net neutrality debate heating upIf they haven't already, enterprise network executives should sit up and take notice of the debate swirling around network-neutrality rules, industry experts say.EMC announces high-end array, IP storage productsEMC announces high-end array, IP storage products.But wait, there's more!Our This Week page will also link you to: CA boosts management, security software; Fed delay on net buy will cost carriers; Hearing set on BlackBerry issue; Investment goes to wireless companies; Universities ready spyware hall of shame; IBM buys IT resource-tracking company; F5 updates data center, WAN devices; 3Com blends switching, intrusion prevention; Hardware helps protect sensitive corporate data; Imperva takes aim at compliance; Mirapoint revs up messaging appliance; New appliance gets a grip on e-mail archives; VoIP's role evolving; HP adds integration, eases HP-UX management; Start-up adds oomph to VMware; Call centers are heading for home; Boomerang employees are back.