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).


NewsA FCC vote on Net Neutrality prevents a tiered Internet where companies and content providers can pay for speedy access to customers.
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NewsHewlett-Packard may buy Aruba Networks Inc. as soon as next week to push harder into enterprise networking and WiFi vs Cisco Systems Inc.
NewsInternational Business Machines Corp. formed a partnership with Juniper Networks Inc. to create networks with built-in analytics, harnessing big data to improve mobile and other applications.
NewsAccenture has identified a 180-degree shift to what it calls the “We Economy” that is re-shaping markets.
NewsOracle Corp. (ORCL) announced a new data center hardware strategy that lowers the prices of its products to increase adoption of its software.
NewsThe global mobile machine-to-machine (M2M) module market will accelerate more noticeably in 2015, and ultimately to nearly triple to $4.5 billion by 2018, according to a new report from technology research firm Infonetics Research.
NewsU.S. President Barack Obama said laws that impede local governments from bringing competitively priced, high-speed Internet to their residents hold back businesses and raise prices for consumers.
NewsThe U.S. patient monitoring market is projected to grow to more than $5 billion by 2020, thanks to double-digit growth over the next five years in the telehealth market, according to iData Research.
Expert InsightsCompanies must question business data quality, probing all the way to the network level.
NewsThe past year has been a busy one for the mobile technology market, as organizations continue to ramp up their bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs and roll out smartphones, tablets and other products to their more mobile employees. Here are five top developments and trends that we covered in 2014.
NewsChina is aiming to purge most foreign technology from banks, the military, state-owned enterprises and key government agencies by 2020, stepping up efforts to shift to Chinese suppliers, according to people familiar with the effort.
NewsThe global market for services based on gesture and biometric interface technologies will be worth an estimated $1.2 billion by 2019, up from less than $2 million this year, according to a report from Juniper Research.
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