There are a range of warning signs, like when Post-It notes pop up across users' desktops, or when a former employee poaches your clients.
In honor of National Data Privacy Day this Saturday, Jan. 28, we've put together a list of the 15 worst Internet privacy scandals of all time.
AT&T, Comcast, Facebook, and Google are among those on board for World IPv6 Launch.
Technical operations and policymaking could change significantly this year with the move to ipv6 and new top level domains.
Corporations and nonprofits fear they'll have to fight many more squatters using their trademarked names on domains like .hotel or .paris.
Six-figure salaries and hipster images mean record applications at the nation's top comp sci colleges.
iPhone developers are in demand across the United States and Canada, causing salaries to skyrocket for those with experience creating complex, mobile...
If you're hoping for a raise if you earn another IT industry certification, don't bet on it, says the latest IT salary data.
From retail chains to electric utilities to manufacturers, a growing number of U.S. corporations are harnessing the power of social networks to modernize how...
Paessler AG has begun shipping a new version of its network monitoring tool that supports the next-generation Internet Protocol.
Ten years after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks demonstrated huge gaps in the nation's emergency communications systems, there is still a long list of standard networking capabilities that are unavailable to first responders and 9-1-1 operators.
Experts are reporting a rise in the number of attacks that take advantage of known vulnerabilities of IPv6.
Comcast has added Michigan to its list of states - including Pennsylvania, California, Colorado, Illinois and Florida -- where the cable ISP is offering services...
Where are the users? That's what popular websites including Yahoo, Google and Facebook are asking the Internet engineering community.
World IPv6 Day, a 24-hour trial of next-generation Internet services, is going as smoothly as participating websites had hoped.