The government-run insurance site Healthcare.gov launched with a loud flop on October 1. This much we all know. Now details are emerging of the fix-it process.
This is what the kids jump out of bed for on Christmas morning: Shiny new developments in the Ethernet world. Network World's Jim Duffy outlines eight such predictions, providing real-world users who exemplify most of these trends.
Now that you've got desktops, smartphones, Wi-Fi, IP phones, videoconferencing systems, surveillance cameras and maybe a few refrigerators and Xboxes running on your network--how do you know what's causing problems and who gets to fix it?
Intel announced a new generation of chips aimed at the networking market, where the company currently holds just 5 percent market share.
Expect the IT landscape in 2014 to look a lot like that of 2013 in terms of what is hot, according to new research from IDC. There just may be a bit more to it.
Top news stories for Dec. 5, 2013.
Moving is what Flexi-Van Leasing is all about, so the company decided to move its storage to the cloud in 2013, finding reliability, cost savings and peace-of-mind in the process.
Engineers from Google and Amazon dazzled the crowd at the recent Usenix LISA conference in Washington D.C. Joab Jackson's write-up for IDG News Service includes numerous gems.
Imagine being able to allocate network resources to any task as the need arises. What a wonderful world it would be… And while advocates say software-defined networking (SDN) is the way there, a small obstacle lies in the road--in the form of today's legacy infrastructure.
What a difference a day makes--by absorbing Enterasys, Extreme Networks jumps past competitors in the network switch market including Dell, Brocade and IBM, according to data from the Dell'Oro Group. So now what?