Cisco's Linksys unveils SIP-based VoIP gear for small businessesCisco division Linksys launched a package of SIP-based VoIP gear this week, aimed at small businesses and home-office power users. Click here for more.Study: The dirty truth about teleworkersOne in eight male teleworkers and one in 14 female teleworkers say they wear nothing while doing their jobs, according to a new survey on the habits of remote and mobile workers worldwide. Click here for more.Faulty McAfee update filters too many filesExecutives at McAfee were adding new testing procedures Monday after thousands of customers downloaded faulty software on Friday. Click here for more.Apparel maker Mitchell & Ness uses software to root out counterfeitersWhen Mitchell & Ness Nostalgia Company started hearing about counterfeit versions of its vintage athletic apparel for sale online, it decided to do some investigating. Click here for more.Face-off: Is anomaly detection the best way to prevent virus and worm attacks?Paul Morville, director of product management at Arbor Networks, says yes. Gil Arbel, president and CEO of CounterStorm, says no. What do you think?802.11T puts WLANs to the testThis week\u2019s Tech Update describes how the latest wireless LAN project from the IEEE will help you make better buying decisions. Click here for more.For news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.