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Olympics CIO Tells How to Build a Gold-Standard Team

Managing the network of diverse interests -- from event organizers to participating athletes and attendees -- is an Olympian effort.

Olympics Tech Managers Brace for the Test

A larger, more complicated array of technology greets participants in the London Olympics, and tech team's CEO aims for a personal best.

Gigamon Set to Go Public, Could Fetch $100M

Advanced network management and visibility tools are thought to be important to future IT deployments, as cloud computing, BYOD and other factors fuel an increase in the complexity and load size that business networks must handle.

Video and File-sharing Eat up Corporate Bandwidth: Report

The number of people streaming video and sharing files in the workplace has increased exponentially since November 2011.

Cisco Router Software Connects Enterprises to the Cloud

Cisco rolled out the Cloud Connected Solution, software for its ISR and ASR routers that's designed to enable businesses to implement and access cloud networks and services.

Linx Fortifies Internet Infrastructure for Olympics

Linx is now deploying BlackDiamond X8 switches from Extreme Networks in preparation for the Olympics to handle the onslaught of Internet traffic.

IPv6 Launch Called Mixed Success

The debut of the IPv6 protocol on the Internet was a boost to morale for those who've worked on it, but the traffic levels remain tiny a few days on.

9 Warning Signs of Bad IT Architecture

From kludges to manual re-keying to redundant apps, these are the telltale indicators of an IT environment gone amok.

Launch Event Drives IPv6 Traffic to All-time High

Web and email traffic are expected to continue rising on the next-gen Internet Protocol.

Why the Internet needs IPv6

The explosive growth of Internet users, devices, and apps is creating demand for more IP addresses