'Next-gen' servers are greener in more ways than one, as they save energy and reduce business expenses.
As technology lets workers be connected to their files, data and clients at anytime from anywhere, they're expected to get more done.
Network professionals know that distributed denial-of-service attacks are an ever-growing danger.
IT professionals implementing energy efficient solutions in the data center are realizing big savings, and many report it has been easier to do than they thought it would be.
There's now a whole family of multi-antenna techniques that can be employed to achieve RF performance gains in Wi-Fi.
New technologies and solutions not only ease the pain of data and application migrations, but actually accelerate the migration process.
Cloud adoption is growing, but key security opportunities are often overlooked.
Software quality, as Churchill might say, is an enigma wrapped in a riddle inside a mystery. Even IT pros get flustered about how to define and measure software.
A few years ago Linux skills were just one in a series of possible assets for job applicants. Now it's a make-or-break element.
While 11n has quietly receded into the background, WLANs have crept out of our data-only world and taken flight as full-fledged network platforms.
Facebook recently announced a messaging product that promises seamless messaging, conversation history and a social in-box, nothing short of a new way to communicate, regardless of the channel -SMS, e-mail, IM or chat.
With everyone now accustomed to the way social networks work, more and more enterprise applications are starting to look like social media apps.
The industry reached a "virtual" tipping point in 2009 when, according to IDC, the number of newly installed virtual machines surpassed the number of newly...