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).


NewsHewlett-Packard Co. reported fiscal second-quarter profit that exceeded analysts’ estimates as corporate spending on servers picked up ahead of the computer maker’s planned separation into two companies.
NewsAs the John Chambers era draws to a close at Cisco Systems, that company and its rivals (IBM, HP, Dell & Oracle), each is struggling to sell to customers more interested in software and cheap components than soaring rhetoric and broad product lines.
NewsInternet of Things (IoT) devices based on Apple Inc.’s HomeKit will appear in stores in June. Here's what to expect.
NewsHybrid cloud services and connected mobile devices have complicated enterprise security management, according to new search.
Information Management NewsRobbins assumes his new post on July 26. Chambers, 65, had said he would step down by the end of the fiscal year that ends in July 2016.
NewsSAS is connecting the dots between cybersecurity, big data and analytics at this week's SAS Global Forum Conference in Dallas.
NewsThe Internet of Things (IoT) and analytics software for the most part remain separate islands. But over time, more IoT systems will connect with analytics workloads that are distributed over networks, new research suggests.
BlogIs this a “marriage of desperation” or two network solution vendors coming together to work on a broader vision for an increasingly connected world?
NewsBloomberg Terminals suffered a "global outage" that had an impact on markets in Asia and Europe but the market data and financial services giant said that its flagship Bloomberg terminals were up and running. But industry observers are noting that an over-reliance on a single vendor might add vulnerabilities to a market that does not like surprises.
NewsNokia Oyj’s $16.6 billion takeover of Alcatel-Lucent SA will create a leader in building networks for today’s smartphones. The companies are betting they can also get an edge connecting millions of intelligent machines that haven’t been invented yet.
NewsRussia rejected a report that its government had been involved in hacking a non-classified White House computer network.
NewsThe proliferation and sophistication of hackers, combined with increased reliance on interconnected applications, devices and systems has complicated the IT security landscape, according to new research.
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