Cisco phases out 2600 series routersCisco is retiring its 2600 series multi-service routers, one of the most widely deployed WAN products for enterprise branches and mid-size businesses. Click here for more.Azaleos taps Microsoft SAN technology to better manage ExchangeE-mail management vendor Azaleos said Tuesday it is adopting new remote SAN booting capabilities from Microsoft in hopes of reducing the cost and complexity of maintaining distributed Microsoft Exchange deployments while increasing availability and disaster recovery options for the e-mail server. Click here for more.EMC, Intel partner for low-end SANsEMC and Intel are expected to announce Tuesday at Storage Networking World a partnership where Intel will sell EMC's Clariion AX150 low-end storage array. Click here for more.Cisco adds 13-slot device to storage lineCisco this week added a new member to its MDS 9500 Series line of directors - the Cisco MDS 9513 Multilayer Director, which it said can enable users to build denser storage networks. Click here for more.Security concerns could slow RFIDRFID will someday revolutionize business, but that won\u2019t occur until serious security issues are resolved. That was the message delivered Monday at InfoSec World by Kevin Ashton, founder and director of MIT\u2019s Auto-ID Center, which developed RFID technology. Click here for more.Cell phone users confess: We're a bunch of dangerous, rude liarsCell phone users acknowledge that the devices encourage them to drive dangerously and behave rudely, but they also say the devices are increasingly hard for them to do without. Click here for more.Today on Layer 8, soon to be replacing Katie on "Today":New Apple software runs Windows XP; woman booted from mall for yakking on cell; Sen. Kerry visits robot factory; and how to get free directory assistance for your cell; all this today and more at your home for not-just-networking news.For news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.