Cisco's Chambers pushes collaboration, videoCollaboration is the key to enterprises both moving quickly and dealing with the demands of globalization, Cisco President and CEO John Chambers told attendees Tuesday at the Interop trade show in Las Vegas. Click here for more on the keynote and other Interop news.Start-up FireEye debuts with 'virtual-machine' security approachStart-up FireEye made its debut, announcing plans to ship a switch-based network-access control appliance next month that will let customers identify network-borne malware and attacks in order to quickly contain them. Click here for more.Mozilla patches Firefox security bugMozilla has released an update to its Firefox browser, fixing a known security flaw in the open-source software. Click here for more.Democrats introduce 'Net neutrality billAfter failing last week to add a provision to a telecommunications reform bill, four Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives Tuesday introduced a free-standing bill aimed at preventing broadband carriers from discriminating against competing Web content or services. Click here for more.Cisco hits on firewall\/VPN, misses on ease of useAs a replacement for PIX and 3000-series IPSec VPN concentrators, the Adaptive Security Appliance boxes are lean, fast and bring a well-rounded approach to perimeter network security. But see where our testers say Cisco "badly bungled."Today on Layer 8, known for our ease of use:When Ballmer is the voice of calm, you've got issues; Apple tweaks Gates in latest ad campaign; slow your network to a crawl for a good reason; and the Press Release of the Day; 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.