EDITORS' CHOICENewOur Storage Aggregator page has a new search engine that lets you find in-depth enterprise storage information across the Web, not just on NetworkWorld.com. Plus, it lets you improve its usefulness by voting on the results you get. Let us know what you think - if it proves useful, we could roll it out across other enterprise topics.From the front pageCisco, Juniper pry open WAN linksRivals Cisco and Juniper separately are set to announce products that could bolster the speed and efficiency of corporate wide-area connections.Storage virtualization off to a slow startThree years' worth of market hype hasn't been able to overcome this apparent truth about multivendor storage virtualization: Virtually no one is doing it.Start-up touts 'search unplugged'Search the Web from your laptop or handheld - without an Internet connection of any kind?Secret security weaponThere are dozens of brands of anti-virus, anti-spyware, desktop firewall and VPN products, and Benny Czarny has made it his business to know them all inside and out. Eight other engineers at OPSWAT, the San Francisco company that Czarny founded in 2002, do the same. Why?In depthThe SOX taxSince the passage of SOX in 2002, companies have complained about the legislation designed to help restore investor confidence in the wake of accounting scandals at Enron and WorldCom. The source of many complaints is Section 404, which requires companies to attest to the effectiveness of internal controls to safeguard systems and processes related to financial reporting.This year's hottest jobs in ITIf you're thinking about mapping out your next career step, here are some of this year's hottest job skills.How toKeeping a wireless network safe from product vulnerabilitiesThe experts from Wireless Vulnerabilities and Exploits answer the question: How do I secure my wireless network from specific and known product defects such as vulnerabilities in APs (e.g., Cisco Aironet AP Memory Exhaustion DoS)?Nutter's Help Desk: Diagnosing a broadband speed problemRon Nutter helps a user whose broadband speed goes down when he puts a router between his cable modem and his PC.ReviewRuckus delivers wireless multimedia performanceMultimedia (voice and video) is the next big thing to travel over a wireless LAN, and Ruckus delivers content via wireless multimedia, so we tested it.From the blogsBruiser tallies up all the distressing news about your true network weakpoint - users' laptops. Mark Gibbs writes that the recording industry really is as heartless as it seems. Keith Shaw wraps up the CTIA 2006 show. The Alpha Doggs take a look at the dark side of Web services.ITVideoQuarantine dirty systemsNetClarity's Gary Miliefsky takes the Network World Hot Seat to explain how his company's security technology picks up where anti-virus, firewalls, intrustion detection and intrustion prevention leave off.More newsAll eyes on Alcatel-Lucent mergerWith the mega-merger of Lucent and Alcatel in the books, corporate users of Alcatel voice and data gear say the deal could be a boon for the French vendor's market presence in the United States.Microsoft exec warns of rootkitsIf your system gets infiltrated by a rootkit, you might as well just "waste the system entirely," a Microsoft official told fellow security professionals last week at the annual InfoSec Conference here.Microsoft patch causes users painCompanies using Microsoft's ActiveX technology within their Web applications will have to install a patch this week to avoid the possibility that changes in Internet Explorer could affect those applications adversely.Users at LinuxWorld talk up securityIn conference sessions and hallway discussions at LinuxWorld Expo last week, open source users swapped strategies for hardening Linux servers and building open source applications that can repel hackers, stand up to regulators and survive the scSymantec tunes up its IM monitoringSymantec is making it easier to monitor and control real-time applications being used on corporate networks.EMC extends archiving softwareEMC last week rolled out software for archiving e-mail messages and reporting data from enterprise applications.But wait, there's more!Our This Week page will also link you to: Patch proxy eases update pressure; Nokia eyes corporate mobility; Microsoft revamps SharePoint server; VeriSign embracing mobile services; Cellular, Wi-Fi convergence on display; Microsoft announces virtualization freebie; Liferay overhauls open source portal; Cisco phases out 1700, 2600 and 3700 series routers.