With the aid of an animation that literally depicted the Cisco logo mowing over competitors, the CEO opened his annual conference with the most optimistic sounding threat imaginable.
Executives might not want another screen cluttering their desks. So Cisco is working to give them a reason to kick one of those screens off.
Ron Miller takes away a handful of approaches to the perennial problem of IT's place in the 21 century management scheme.
With opponents of newly proposed net neutrality rules strongly against any regulation, the anti-fast-lane argument is now being championed by no one.
In a market where Internet value can be tuned up or down and prices can be tuned to match, you don't need to be a monopoly to prosper.
Can a company that's accustomed to setting the tone for an entire industry become content with simply finding some degree of harmony?
The whole point of Windows 8 was to unify the Windows platforms. After an upgrade to the update to the point release, is "close" close enough?
Organizations remain uncertain of the integrity of the cloud. But can the company that brought you Windows XP allay your concerns?
In an empassioned statement, Cisco's general counsel calls for governments to step out of the network and network components design businesses.
Unite, O Internet-i-zens of the world, behind the causes of freedom, openness and compatible software for every processor of every shape, size and color.
The technical fellow that thousands came to Houston specifically to see, gives a roar that has a familiar ring to it--one that the Microsoft faithful have longed to hear.
A service called InterCloud aims to create a layer of abstraction giving hybrid cloud customers more freedom to use the equipment they choose.
Application developers will soon be able to write applications in C# that work for Windows well enough, but run in iOS and Android, using their native code.
The center of gravity for Microsoft's Active Directory, and its system of authentication and identity management, moves away from Windows Server.
Two of ZDNet's finest examine the question of whether the Heartbleed bug happened on account of open source.
A de-emphasis of the operating system as the leverage point for all Microsoft services is the key theme this year.
AT&T's strategic business services suite, including cloud and Ethernet, will be the key growth engine for the enterprise services business, but they have yet to surpass legacy service losses.
The public Internet may never have the reliability or quality of service to substitute for the telephone. But that doesn't mean someone can't build high-fidelity chat for Web browsers.
Nobody is disputing that Google copied huge portions of Java in creating Android. But now, Google's defense that it didn't copy anything serious has been blasted to bits.