The return of the IT generalist might be at hand.
Project overruns, finger-pointing--where have we seen this before?
Is virtual desktop infrastructure an efficient way to manage endpoints? Or is it an expensive boondoggle? The argument seems to be reaching fever pitch.
The Defrag conference in Bloomfield, CO this week served as the launchpad for API Commons, a noncommercial service that encourages developers to share API code under Creative Commons-style license.
The Mayday button on Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet allows customers to initiate a customer service videoconference with one click--or does it?
Last month reports surfaced about electrical surge problems at the National Security Agency's new Utah data storage center, with 10 reported "meltdowns" in 13 months.
Yesterday was a busy day for networking giant Cisco, which announced the launch of stealth startup company Insieme Networks--and promptly bought it for $863 million.
Is a "Botnet of Things" the inescapable corollary to the Internet of Things? Joe Stanganelli suspects it will be.
Turns out Adobe's hacked password file was encrypted with TripleDES. That's a very strong encryption algorithm--problem is, it could still be broken.
A new data center in just 12 weeks? That's kind of turnaround claimed by Schneider Electric for a basic facility made of prefabricated modules.
'Simple' wins again. IBM has confirmed that it will shut down its SmartCloud Enterprise cloud computing platform. All users will migrate to SoftLayer technology, which IBM acquired in July.
This week at the OpenStack Summit in Hong Kong, Brocade plans to demonstrate a new Dynamic Network Resource Management (DNRM) capability for the open-source cloud platform.
Everybody's got phones and email; lots of companies have videoconferencing too. The problem has been stitching them together to make employees more productive.
Business Intelligence in the cloud--according to its fans, it's easier and faster to spin up than an in-house solution.
Software-defined networking might flatten your network and make resource allocation a breeze. But it might do something more than that--and various experts and prognosticators have differing opinions of what.
The term 'Internet of Things' is as amorphous as it is ambitious. Cisco is looking to put more definition around it, launching a new business unit to tackle some of the interesting challenges.
Federal agencies are required to take an enterprise architecture approach to IT, combining strategic planning, business requirements and technology.
Ready for more bandwidth? Big data, video, mobile device proliferation--today's tech trends demand big pipes.
Software-defined networking is a young and disruptive technology. Blogging at NetworkWorld, Mark Leary offers up six questions you should ask, ideally before bringing on an SDN vendor. His questions focus on two key issues.