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WEBCAST: Network Instruments

5 Best Practices for Optimizing UC Monitoring
This webcast discusses five best practices on how to successfully optimize and manage UC, as well as how to gain clear picture of overall performance and quickly troubleshoot when the inevitable issues arise. Learn More


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

Cisco offers an ACI migration path
Cisco this week extended its Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) programmable networking product line with new switches, integration with UCS Director, and migration tools for existing Nexus infrastructure. Read More


Energizing Life's Work
If your life's work is about caring for people in a business context, the latest digital and social innovations from IBM can help you create a smarter workforce. Read Now

Walt Mossberg: Apple executives have told that the second half of 2014 will have impressive new products
For a few months now, we've been hearing word from Tim Cook himself that we should expect not only new products across 2014, but new product categories to boot. It's now mid-May, WWDC is just a few weeks away, and it's largely been an uneventful 2014 for Apple outside of the company's propensity to sell boatloads of iPhones and generate insanely large profits. Read More

WEBCAST: Neustar Inc.

Industry Risks and Examples of DDoS
Watch Neustar experts as they discuss how DDoS impacts technology companies including online gaming, e-commerce and more. We'll discuss specific examples with DDoS protection experts who are fighting attacks in the trenches. Learn More

Rumors confirmed: AT&T plans to buy DirecTV
AT&T plans to acquire DirecTV for about US$50 billion, it announced Sunday, laying to rest days of reports based on anonymous sources that such a deal was in the offing. Read More

15 most powerful OpenStack companies
OpenStack at its core is an open source project - it's free code. But what makes OpenStack come alive are the vendors that have contributed to make that raw code and then turned it into a product businesses can use. Read More


10 nerdiest Linux gadgets

Of all the nerdy Linux gadgets out there, these take the cake.


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