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The end (of IPv4 addresses) is nigh

The well for IPv4 addresses is just about dry. The American Registry for Internet Numbers reported last week that there are still a few IPv4 numbers available in smaller block sizes, but for all intents and purposes, that's it for public IPv4 addresses.

Avaya teams with Steel ORCA for SDDC offerings

Another piece has fallen into place in Avaya's software-defined networking and software-defined data center strategy. The company is beginning to collaborate with data center services provider Steel ORCA to build a SDDC offering based on Avaya Fabric Connect.

Windows 10 Wi-Fi feature raises security concerns

A feature that will be part of the soon-to-be-released Microsoft Windows 10 is sending up red flags among security professionals. The Wi-Fi Sense feature, which was designed to make it easier to connect to local wireless networks by sharing secure connections with friends, could make it easier for anyone to connect to home networks, whether the network owners want them to or not.

Cisco invests in 6WIND for high-performance networking

During a recent visit to France, Cisco CEO John Chambers committed to investing $100 million in the country's innovative technology businesses, and it looks like the networking vendor is already making good on that promise. The company is now investing in and working with 6WIND, a high-performance networking software business.

Spotlight: Sennheiser updates products for latest Jabber version

Sennheiser's headsets and speakerphones for unified communications deployments now support Jabber 11.0, the latest version of Cisco's UC and collaboration technology. There's no word on...
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EMC is mostly getting out of the online sync and share business, selling off Syncplicity to Skyview Capital, a private investment firm. EMC said it will retain a financial interest in Syncplicity.

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IT security is getting plenty of attention these days – from the CIO, to the CEO, to the board of directors. While the increased attention is certainly good news, a large number of organizations have a false sense of security when it comes to how safe they really are, notes BitSight's Stephen Boyer.