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How to Get More Out of Ethernet Switches

Ethernet switches can handle more than simple connectivity. These extra capabilities can make your network faster and more secure--and make users happier.

How to Forward Ports on Your Router

Your router can sometimes get in the way of your favorite multiplayer games or chat programs by inadvertently shuttering certain network ports. To fix that problem yourself, follow our simple guide to port forwarding.

London Wires up for 2012 Olympic Games

While London's massive Olympic park is still very much a frenetic construction site, IT engineers are fine tuning the equipment that will be used to transmit video.

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Hire a Vet? IT Says Yes

President Obama challenged the private sector to hire 100,000 unemployed veterans. Here's what some top companies say about vets in tech jobs.

Poll Results: Most Companies Secure Their Wi-Fi

A majority of businesses appear to use some Wi-Fi security, according to results from our recent polls. However, some 40 percent either have no Wi-Fi or want to improve it.

Will the Sky Fall If You Don't Deploy IPv6?

If you worry that the Internet will grind to a screeching halt, and your PC will disintegrate into a pile of bits and bytes, keep reading.

Want Better Wi-Fi? Five Things You Need

Before you buy new networking gear, determine if coverage and speed will be good enough for all the devices on your company's network.

10 LinkedIn Tips to Boost Your Job Search

Is your job search lagging? Not seeing the results you'd like? Check out these ten expert tips from CIO.com's Kristin Burnham to enhance your search.

5 Tech Pros Companies Want to Hire

Networking pros are among the top five tech professionals that companies want to hire, according to Robert Half Technology.

It's Like Microsoft Is Giving Windows Intune 2.0 Away for Free

A cloud-based tool that lets you manage and maintain remote systems around the world is great. What is better is a cloud-based tool that more than pays for itself and saves you money in the long run.