Computing networks are collections of hardware and information networks connected to one another by wire, wireless, cable, fiber, Internet or other means. Typical purpose-built uses include local-area networks (LAN) wide-area networks (WAN) and storage-area networks (SAN).


Information Management NewsFrost & Sullivan says the global application performance monitoring and application-aware network performance monitoring market earned revenue of $2.55 billion in 2013 and estimates this will reach $7.19 billion in 2020.
TrendsProtivity survey of IT priorities shows major IT transformation underway
NewsChief Executive Officer John Chambers said that the Internet of Everything -- connected products ranging from cars to household goods -- could be a $19 trillion opportunity.
TrendsSince strong IT hiring was seen in June, the numbers have fallen drastically to their lowest point of the year, according to research from Janco Associates
BlogThe API Economy does not just refer to the services that are available, but also that they are easily accessibly across networked systems
Opinion:We live our lives immersed in technology, and over time, we’ve come to think that anyone can do this sort of thing. But IT is hard.
NewsLaunching later this year, the service is designed to provide organizations with comprehensive security for their mobile ecosystems
TrendsAccurately and consistently estimating the costs of major IT projects is critical for an IT department's and CIO's credibility
TrendsNew computing model of cloud and mobile places increased demands and importance on the network
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