Overall, industry leader expectations and trends remained relatively consistent throughout Q1. The one except was in expected hiring for Q2. More >
Comcast’s acquisition of Time Warner Cable eventually may be allowed to go forward. At this point, though, it is a deal that is deep trouble. More >
Why is it taking so long for industry to embrace security? Perhaps because consumers didn't have much reason to demand it--up until now. More >
Historically, Silicon Valley and Seattle have been seen as the tech meccas of the U.S., but over the last decade or two, this has begun to change, especially when it comes to tech startups. More >
One of the greatest obstacles to project success isn’t the proprietary competition – it’s the lack of communication between large open source projects. More >
When it comes to the effectiveness of traditional vulnerability risk management programs, the challenges are often rooted in the process itself. More >
Digital subscriber line (DSL) technology has been on the endangered species list for years.More >
The past few years have made one thing certain: Networks on occasion will be called upon to do more than normal.More >
Ensuring that networks are operating at peak efficiency has never been more important or more complex. A new layer of management — network packet brokers — is emerging to drive efficiencies in monitoring. Andy Huckridge tells IT Business Edge blogger Carl Weinschenk that the approach enables packets to be sent only to the appropriate tools and that measurements over the entire path — not just one network within that path — can be made.More >
While many enterprises are clearly realizing promised benefits from public clouds, there are still challenges and a consistent set of concerns.
The code review, or in developer parlance, the pull request, is the number one way to set the tone, rhythm and bar needed to build a high-performing team.
When it comes to the effectiveness of traditional vulnerability risk management programs, the challenges are often rooted in the process itself.More >