Articles about Networking
It's impressive how much the enterprise technology landscape has changed in just a year. While some priorities remain unchanged, important new players have emerged that business and IT leaders must consider in their plans this year.
Attackers are using smaller bandwidth attacks to last longer, and do more damage.
In the days before Amazon, before supply chain analytics, before FedEx, buying specialty items took a very long time. In this retrospective article, David Gewirtz compares how it was with the IT technologies we use now to streamline access to products.
New research suggests the average financial or commercial business face multiple attacks per month -- and it takes months for data breaches to be detected.
Free and cheap personal and small business cloud storage is everywhere. Here's how to decide which one is right for you.
Optus has said that its proposal to get content providers to pay for bandwidth guarantees is about collaborating with telcos and providing the products that consumers want.
Cisco's U.S. enterprise business is surged in its latest quarter in contrast to rivals. Will the gravy train continue?
Video and social media drive 4G traffic as EE says it now has 10 million mobile users on its LTE network.
American residents could soon be exempt from the NSA's dragnet, unless surveillance is approved by the secretive FISA court, with the USA Freedom Act passing the US House of Representatives and heading to the Senate.
Cisco's CFO attributed the better-than-expected results to a "good balance again across our portfolio," highlighting earnings per share grew faster than revenue.
Researchers have discovered a botnet which comprises of tens of thousands of hijacked home routers.
The companies say the next-generation cybersecurity system will help protect the enterprise against today's threats.
New wireless access points designed around the 802.11ac Wave 1 and Wave 2 standards cater for high traffic volumes and fast data rates.
Between May 2012 and October 2014, up to 282 customers may have been told that they could not receive an ADSL service from an ISP, only to find that Telstra Retail said they could.
Research shows UK users are spending twice as much time online as they did ten years ago.
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There are far more than six great Chrome Web browser extensions, but these are the six I can't live without and use every day for work.
When the Tour races into town, it also brings 12 tonnes of tech with it to keep operations running smoothly - take the tour.
As the World Cup kicks off, we list five technology projects rolled out across the venues that will be hosting the tournament in Brazil over the next month.
There are dozens of personal cloud storage services, but which one is the best deal for you or your company? Here's my pick of the best of them.
Behind on the news and hungry for more? Here's what we learned this week — including which city is doing more for tech than Silicon Valley, and Samsung's biggest ally.
It's fast, it has a super-strong signal and it's blue and black like Linksys devices from the old days. Unfortunately the software hasn't advanced as quickly as the hardware.
Imagine squeezing 18 buildings worth of servers, data racks, and networking gear into just two. That's exactly what AMD is doing. ZDNet was one of the first to tour the company's soon-to-be only U.S. datacenter.
Behind on the news and hungry for more? Here's what we learned this week — including who are the "enemies of the Internet," and can bulletproof glass protect an iPhone?
Behind on the news and hungry for more? Here's what we learned this week — from tweets leading to bank hacks, Windows XP lives, and who is the elusive Bitcoin inventor?
Behind on the news and hungry for more? Here's what we learned this week — from webcam hacking, net neutrality, and all the things that are cheaper to buy than WhatsApp.
From snow cannons to deep-packet network inspection and aerial drones, here's some of the gadgets and technologies powering the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games.
Remote patient monitoring also needed to encourage patients to manage their own healthcare so they're less likely to end up in public healthcare institution where bedcrunch is a challenge, explains Singapore HealthPartners CIO.
Resorts World Sentosa bets on big data analytics to gain customer insights and provide better service, but CTO Yap Chee Yuen says lack of good IT skills and limited vendor knowledge in unique gaming sector a big challenge.
At a Churchill Club event in Palo Alto, Calif., executives from Cisco, ARM, and McKinsey Global Institute talk about the role social networking is playing inside the enterprise. They discuss who is using it, strategies they've implemented, and best practices going forward.
The 3Com OfficeConnect Gigabit Switch 5 is a tiny unit that compares well to the competition on price and power consumption.
The old adage "good things come in small packages" certainly applies to the QNAP TS-409, a silver and black cube whose small dimensions sport a raft of features.
Multi-Tech FaxFinder is a simple-to-install and flexible fax server. The system provides good configuration and logging options and integration to an existing PBX is seamless. If you're after a flexible and reliable solution to process your incoming faxes, then FaxFinder does the job well.
As an entry point into high-definition video conferencing (telepresence), LifeSize Express is hard to beat. It's a standalone solution that occupies the middle ground between PC-plus-webcam systems and vastly expensive telepresence suite installations.
Fonality's trixbox is an ISDN and traditional POTS-style telephony system based on the open source Asterisk software, and comes with dedicated hardware eliminating compatibility issues. We found trixbox to be competitively priced and easy to set up.
If you’re looking for a cost-effective way to share USB devices and gain remote accessibility, the UBox from Lantronix does the job.
HP's ProCurve 2610-24-PWR is not cheap for a 100kbps switch, even with PoE, but it has plenty of features and is a quality machine.
NetComm have offered a small scale DSLAM designed for hotels, serviced apartments or serviced offices. We found it to be a very robust device which is easy to deploy and manage.
Vodafone's USB Modem 7.2 and USB Modem Stick support the latest 3.5G networks. It's a shame, then, that high-speed network coverage is so sparse.
NETGEAR has produced complementary hardware products designed to take the frustration out of deploying and securing wireless infrastructure at the enterprise level, and we were very impressive with what they came up with.
A reasonably-priced office handset that can be bought in multi-packs, the Gigaset S450 IP is a decent VoIP dual-mode handset. However, there are some drawbacks that limit its appeal.
It's not particularly stylish and the desktop software is short on features, but if you want a reliable USB 3G modem that's ready for 7.2Mbps operation, Orange's Option ICON2 seems like a good choice.
Are you looking for a new IP phone for your office? Aastra's 53i is an attractive and very usable phone without the shocking price tag.
An impressive set-up well worth the consideration for any small office looking to bring their telephony systems into the 21st century.
The Google Mini just keeps getting better. It's not the cheapest way of searching your content, but it's probably the simplest to get working, yet highly capable and configurable.