Virtualization mainstay VMware wants to build and manage multi-cloud infrastructures…and more.
Stories by Neal Weinberg
Solid state drives use interconnected pools of flash memory that are managed by an SSD controller to deliver speeds far beyond what a hard disk drive (HDD) can offer.
Potential SD-WAN savings can be broken down into hard and soft savings
Dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) still assigns dynamic addresses for IPv4 networks, but two newer protocols – SLAAC and DHCPv6 – are vying to do the job for IPv6.
802.11ax is the emerging Wi-Fi standard that will likely displace the current 802.11ac standard with higher throughput and overcoming poor performance in crowded environments.
Artificial intelligence projects are moving from the lab to the real world.
This exclusive research from IDG US publication, Network World, shows that Cloud and mobility are gaining in importance - and while the insights into the State of Networking are based on US sampling the picture paints a broad picture of where networking is heading ... and that is worth considering globally.
Network World tested hundreds of products in 2013, but here are our top 10 tests of the year. In order to make the list, the product review had to be a comparative test of multiple products in a single category and it had to break new ground or deliver fresh insight into an important product area.
Despite the best efforts of cloud service providers and industry groups like the Cloud Security Alliance, cloud security remains a troublesome issue for IT execs.
ORLANDO -- "You have to be a masochist to want to be an IT person,'' says Robert Carter. And he would know. Carter is the soft-spoken, hard-driving CIO who has been fighting for the past 11 years to transform IT operations at FedEx, where "the planes don't fly and trucks don't roll without IT services.''
ICT spending decision-makers will waste an estimated US$100 billion (NZ$150 billion) during the next five years by over-spending on network products and services.
Microsoft's Vista is expected to ship early next year, but companies shouldn't even think about deploying the new operating system until well into 2008, Gartner analyst Michael Silver says.
IT does matter -- and it matters in a big way.