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SDN system controls hundreds of Cisco routers; saves contractor time, money | The Internet of Things figures into this IT leader's five-year plan

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Internet traffic congestion real, but sporadic, study says
In some cases, congestion has lasted for months at a time or for most of a day, the study says Read More


Data Center ADC Virtualization and TCO Reduction
The cost of ownership benefits associated with data center virtualization are well understood. Next generation application delivery controllers (ADCs) can now be virtualized too. Learn More

WEBCAST: Damballa

Shortfalls of Security Sandboxing for Advanced Threats
Network-based sandboxing has its place in a security program but relying solely on this technology for advanced threat detection can leave gaps. Learn about Damballa Failsafe automated breach detection. It uncovers actual infections that sandboxing alone misses. Register Now

SDN system controls hundreds of Cisco routers; saves contractor time, money
MWH Global's software-defined WAN automates remote project site establishment. Read More

The Internet of Things figures into this IT leader's five-year plan
When Chris LeBeau stepped into the top IT position at Peoria, Ill.-based Advanced Technology Services (ATS) nearly two years ago, he formulated a clear objective for the IT division: putting the right technology tools and capabilities into the hands of the company's 3,000 employees to help them be more efficient and effective. Read More

WHITE PAPER: Alert Logic

Best practices for facing today's log management challenges
This whitepaper discusses key best practices to consider when evaluating automated log management solutions. Learn More

Google I/O 2014: What to expect as Google increases its focus on 'connected' tech
An increased emphasis on wearables, the living room, and even cars will likely define the keynote of Google's annual developer conference. Read More

Republicans call on FCC to leave net neutrality to antitrust agencies
Republican lawmakers promote antitrust as an alternative as a way to derail the FCC's efforts Read More


Delivering Business Intelligence
This white paper provides an overview of BI building blocks and deployments -- from classic data warehouses to Big Data and real-time analytics, as well as the demand for mobile solutions that can provide actionable intelligence from anywhere. View Now

US lawmakers introduce bill banning paid prioritization online
The bill from a group of Democratic lawmakers would prohibit preferential traffic management in the last mile Read More

LTE and GSM are getting hitched thanks to new technology
Using advanced spectrum sharing, basic voice services can live on while broadband speeds increase Read More


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