Buffalo ships pre-standard 802.11n WLAN gearFaster wireless LAN equipment based on the draft of a new standard came out of the chute Thursday from Buffalo Technology. Click here for details.Q&A: Symantec exec: \u2018There is no Veritas and Symantec, there's only Symantec\u2019Jeremy Burton, who joined Symantec last year via the blockbuster merger with Veritas, has his hands full. As senior vice president of enterprise security and data management, he oversees about $2 billion worth of business. Burton spoke recently with Network World about how the merger is going and where Symantec is headed with its messaging management strategy. Click here for the full interview.OPSWAT: The company behind the network security companiesThere 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. Vendors such as Cisco, F5 Networks, Symantec and Juniper Networks license the OPSWAT code that checks for more than 400 versions of security software from more than 35 vendors. Click here for more.CA ups stake in mainframe management with Cybermation acquisitionCA Thursday announced plans to put down $75 million to acquire Cybermation, a maker of enterprise workload automation software that CA says will broaden its products for managing mainframe software. Click here for more.Microsoft to end support for Windows 98, ME in JulyWindows 98, Windows 98 Second Edition (SE) and Windows Millennium Edition (ME) are nearing the end of their support from Microsoft. The software vendor will stop supporting these OS editions on July 11, according to information on its Web site. Click here for more.Weekend EditionRemember to visit NetworkWorld.com Friday through Sunday for the Weekend Edition, where you'll find the latest cartoon; this week's The Good, the Bad and the Ugly; hot discussion topics and more.Today on Layer 8, where you can find four bars of snark:One Cisco engineer's dubious achievement; domain names selling for big bucks again; why the Japanese defense agency is in trouble; and actor's death upends Indian IT; all this today and more at your home for not-just-networking newsFor news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.