Everyone needs help of some kind when managing a network. If your network is three computers in the same room, you need minimal help. If your network is three hundred computers across 13 states, you need maximum help. You can hire a full-time network administrator for each site and that still won't be enough. You need automated help in the form of a network management suite.Hence the top story on the right picking LANDesk as the leader in our latest round of testing. If your network isn't large (or important) enough to have a budget for such tools, read Paul's review and make a list of all the things you aren't doing regularly because you're doing them by hand. Then save some money for a good net management suite to help you in the future (the near future, I hope).Wandering workers love those WiFi hotspots, and a new report says there are 100,000 WiFi hotspots to enjoy now. Only a few more than 37,000 of them are in the United States, but how much time can you spend sitting at Starbucks to check your e-mail anyway? If you want some food, go to a local Panera Bread location and have a nice sandwich while placing your online Super Bowl bets, er, excuse me, working hard while on the road.