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SDN seen slowing spending on routers, switches
Market research and analysis firms note 'hesitation' due to network transformation. Read More

WEBCAST: Dell SecureWorks
Counterstrategies for Combatting Social Engineering
Social Engineering is proving costlier than ever, especially phishing and spear phishing. With recent breaches, the imperative to counter social engineering effectively takes on a whole new level of urgency. In this webcast, the CISO for Dell SecureWorks discusses the realities of social engineering and what your organization must do to counter it. Learn more

DevOps isn't viable for enterprise? Tell that to IBM
There has been quite a bit of controversy lately over an article in the Wall Street Journal about whether or not DevOps was viable for enterprises. After spending a few days here in Orlando at the IBM Innovate conference, I can tell you that DevOps is very much alive and viable in even the largest enterprises. Read More

A first: Microsoft pulls in more from enterprise collaboration than Cisco
Strength in social networking sales helps Microsoft; weaker telepresence, voice sales hurt Cisco. Read More

Lockheed lands $915 million to begin space fence work
Lockheed Martin has won the Air Force contract to begin building the new Space Fence that will track and detect space objects which can consist of thousands of pieces of space debris as well as commercial and military satellite parts. Read More

WHITE PAPER: Network Instruments

Survival Tips for Big Data's Impact on Network Performance
Big Data projects slam network performance. This paper offer survival tips to prepare your network before the Big Data projects hit, not after. Learn how to monitor and manage network performance for bandwidth, consistent low latency, scalable storage, processing power and security. Learn More

EPA urges efficiency, many data centers still far from it
One large company's approach to improving energy efficiency by using aggressive server management. Read More

Cook jabs at Windows, Android in WWDC keynote
Plays to partisan crowd, but leaves as much out as in when he compares apples and oranges. Read More

Mobile ads pose serious threat to enterprise security, report warns
Advertising libraries could reveal more than you bargained for. Read More

WHITE PAPER: Citrix Systems
The top 5 truths behind what the cloud is not
There's no doubt that cloud is a major paradigm shift for enterprise organizations from the way services are delivered, to the underlying solutions deployed to enable those services. This whitepaper clears the confusion around cloud to help you shape a successful strategy and implementation plan. Learn more

Exclusive: First tablet with Intel's Broadwell thinner than iPad Air
Intel's first tablet with the Broadwell chip is thinner than the iPad Air. Read More

Apple opens up iOS, struts Mac-iPhone-iPad integration
At WWDC reveals pieces of iOS 8 and OS X 'Yosemite' to developers, trumpets health and home, touts 'Continuity'. Read More

Intel making PC processors tablet friendly with new Core M chips
Intel's low-power Core M products will be in tablets and hybrids by the end of this year. Read More



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