Learn about the latest networking technology, SD-WAN, which uses policy-based rules to orchestrate applications routing in the cloud. Jerry Kennelly, CEO of Riverbed, describes the functionality and benefits.
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Would you give up a customer's data or credentials if that was the demand in a ransomware attack? That's just one of the nightmare scenarios that Steve Ragan and Rick McElroy talk about on this week's episode.
Red Hat CMO Tim Yeaton sits down with Josh London, CMO of IDG Communications, to discuss Red Hat’s transformation beyond its Linux-based roots, the marketing team’s strategies for enhancing the customer experience, and best practices for how the team is measuring content efficiency.
Apple's expensive new iPhone X has a lot going for it: Face ID security, an OLED display and, of course, iOS 11 – making it a top-notch option for enterprise users. But is it worth $1,149?
One year after Oracle acquired the company he helped create, Evan Goldberg sits down to talk strategy.
Get up to speed quickly on newcomer Rust, designed to create fast, system-level software. This two-minute animated explainer shows how Rust bypasses the vexing programming issues of memory and management.
As digital transformation changes the way technology is viewed within an organization, CMO Robin Matlock sits down with Josh London, CMO of IDG Communications, to discuss VMware’s new engagement model, how her team is helping customers transform with cloud, mobile and security, and the leadership role marketing is playing in digital transformation.
Google's Pixelbook is breaking new ground for Chromebooks. With a 360-degree hinge, pen support, and new Android app and Google Assistant capabilities, it's more versatile and productive than ever before.
The new MacBook Pro has ports that are only of one type: Thunderbolt 3, which is compatible with USB-C. That means you'll need adapters. Here's a guide.
While 3D printing was little more than a toy for engineers 20 years ago, today Ford Motor Co. could not develop new cars without it. New technologies ensure it's coming to a production line near you.
The Zenfone AR is only the second handset capable of running Tango apps. Here's a taste of what it can do.
Macworld staffers talk about the first iPhone and our impressions then and now. We’ll also talk about the effect the iPhone has had on technology and how we do things.
Network World's Brandon Butler checks in from Las Vegas, where this week's Cisco Live is under way. The big story: Cisco's efforts to move from hardware to software, security and "intent-based networking."
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