Organizations should start planning to get rid of SMB1 if they have not already done so, says Microsoft.
As enterprises continue to explore the potential benefits of software-defined networking, one area that is piquing the interest of some is how SDN could improve unified communications.
IPv6 isn't exactly a new protocol at this point, as it has been deployed in some fashion for more than 15 years. However, within the enterprises, it's a protocol that is fashionably late to the party.
One of the first announcements out of Interop Las Vegas comes from HP, which announced a new campus networking solution meant to simplify large enterprise networks while also providing a software-defined networking foundation.
Box courts enterprises with the ability to easily create custom apps on its cloud platform without requiring users to have a Box account.
High-performance networking vendor Extreme Networks has appointed a new CEO following the resignation of Chuck Berger.
Avaya is rounding out its software-defined networking and Internet of Things strategies a bit more with the release of new stackable switches.
Agile IT is a top-of-mind concern for businesses and IT organizations, but according to one analyst, the network--particularly the wide area network (WAN)--has fallen so far behind that it's actually causing some businesses to miss opportunities.
Revenue woes continue for Big Blue, as IBM reported a 12 percent drop in the last quarter--what now makes 12 consecutive quarters of declining revenues.
The top news stories for April 21, 2015.