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New iPad Could Cause Corporate Network Crunch

The new Apple iPad will likely entice millions of buyers. That makes life tricky for IT admins.

3 Key Issues for Secure Virtualization

Deal with these three main security concerns to improve your virtualized IT environment.

Windows Server 8: Ten Features Managers Will Love

These new and improved features in Windows Server 8 will make many Windows administrators very happy.

Inadequate SSL Certificate Data Threatens IT Security

SSL certificates are a fundamental component of secure online transactions, but a new survey finds that a majority of organizations don't know where or how many certificates they actually have, and nearly as many lack an accurate idea of which certificates are about to expire.

How Mobile, BYOD and Younger Workers Are Reinventing IT

Changes are coming to IT, so you'd better be ready.

Data Center Don't: Unplug First, Ask Questions Later

An IT pro is tasked with looking into unused servers, but ends up creating a whole different set of problems for the network team.

Understanding Web Host Plans: 7 Terms to Know

If you've just begun researching Web hosting, you have lot of new terms to learn. Here's a look at seven types of hosting services, and what you need to know about each.

Wi-Fi in Flight Has Yet to Soar

Launched four years ago, the use of Wi-Fi on U.S. airlines has yet to catch on, with estimates that the wireless technology is still used by only 7% of the flying public.

Leading ISPs, Websites Commit to June 6 Start for IPv6

AT&T, Comcast, Facebook, and Google are among those on board for World IPv6 Launch.

Home Networks Get New Options

Most of the gadgets displayed at CES 2012 require an Internet connection. The networking industry is working on new and better ways to connect, both wired and wireless.