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New study: SDN adoption trends and challenges
Emerging network technology options are bountiful. See how you stack up against the results of the Seventh Annual State of the Network study. Learn what aspects of SDN have gained traction, what is driving adoption and how you can avoid potential pitfalls. Learn More
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WHITE PAPER: IBM
3 capabilities to fuel today's dynamic forecasting
IBM Cognos software can provide businesses with the business insight they need to be prepared, not scared. Cognos software allows businesses to analyze performance, model business strategies and processes, and contribute to a common set of business objectives. Learn More
Windows XP's U.S. farewell tour to last most of '14
WHITE PAPER: RES Software
Bridging the Gap Between Business and IT
There's a growing gap between business users and IT services. Differences between what users want and what IT can provide are driving a wedge between these two camps. Learn how this gap can be closed with the RES IT Store delivering automation in an easy-to-use and easy-to-implement package. Learn more
Microsoft's money pit: Surface has lost $1.2B
Can Microsoft's new efforts reverse Windows Phone's struggles?
SAP apps heading to Microsoft Azure cloud
WHITE PAPER: Network Instruments
Your Guide to Troubleshooting VoIP
Real-time voice communications are sensitive to delay and variation in packet arrival times. This paper guides you through the essentials of VoIP troubleshooting, including common problems as well as the metrics you should employ to fix and prevent them. Learn More
PowWow customizes desktop, Web apps for tablets and smartphones
More fake antivirus programs found in Google Play, Windows Phone Store
This year, Cisco recognizes the 25th anniversary of its Networkers user conference.
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