While much of the federal government shutdown for business this week, one area that was very much alive on Tuesday was the effort of Senate Democrats to raise the quota on H-1B visas for foreign IT workers.
While Cisco has been in the contact center business for a few years now, the company has seen tremendous growth in this market in the past year, according to John Hernandez, vice president and general manager of Cisco Collaboration Business Applications.
The deadline is Oct. 15 to have your colossal machine recognized as one of the world's 500 fastest and most powerful machines, on the semi-annual TOP500 list.
A cloud can be a hard thing to pin down--which is why CompTIA issued a new certification for IT professionals that prove they have truly embraced it.
Analysts predict that the software-defined networking market could grow to $35 billion by 2018 and influence between 30 to 40 percent of total network spending.
Media outlets were all abuzz this week with the announcement by Aruba Networks that it is launching a new cloud-based Wi-Fi management system.
The next big thing in cloud computing--the hybrid cloud--is here now and in a big way, according to research firm Gartner.
The work of networking professionals helping to get the Affordable Care Act healthcare exchanges launched tomorrow will take on a greater sense of urgency in some states today, as a number of glitches have been reported in various systems.
Despite recent revelations about the U.S. National Security Agency's surveillance practices, interest in cloud computing remains very high in Europe. Because of that, Europe needs a single data privacy law to cover the entire European Union, according to Viviane Reding, vice president of the European Commission and the EU's commissioner for justice.
Nuage Networks announced the release of its 7850 Virtualized Services Gateway (VSG), which is intended to enable customers to extend the benefits of automation and network control across their entire datacenter infrastructure.
Though he never lived, a century and a quarter after his first appearance, Sherlock Holmes is still known as the greatest consulting detective of all time. Which is why it is so fitting that a new cloud- and analytics-based initiative looking to solve some of today's most complex information challenges has been named Sherlock.
The staff of the healthcare exchanges being set up to implement and manage the new Affordable Care Act may include foreign workers on H1-B visas, Computerworld is reporting.
The results of more studies on cloud computing were recently released, and they confirm the rapid rate of adoption of cloud-based applications.
Two articles especially caught my attention last week, both dealing with the information technology workforce, and both shedding light on the need to make careers in IT more attractive.
Ireland is the cloud computing center of Europe, if not the world, according to an Irish cloud computing expert.
Approximately 20 percent of developers are now working on cloud applications, according to a recent study by Forrester Research.
IT pros who want to host their own personal data on the cloud may want to check out some free personal cloud service providers, courtesy of a rundown at Network World.
According to Computerworld's annual jobs forecast, networking professionals have jumped from the eight spot to number three on the publication's survey of most in-demand jobs.
Digium Inc. recently announced that it has acquired VocalCloud, a provider of cloud-based VoIP solutions, and with the acquisition has launched Digium Cloud Services.
A growing number of organizations are using cloud networking tools in their business or plan to do so in the year ahead, according to new research.