The Domain Name System resolves the names of internet sites with their underlying IP addresses adding efficiency and even security in the process.
Stories by Keith Shaw
For the most part the dire warnings about running out of internet addresses have ceased because, slowly but surely, migration from the world of Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) to IPv6 has begun, and software is in place to prevent the address apocalypse that many were predicting.
Organizations prepare for disaster with disaster recovery plans that detail the process by which they can resume mission-critical functions quickly and without major losses in revenues or business operations.
WANs connect smaller networks across long distances, and their architecture, protocols and technologies have evolved to their latest incarnation, SD-WAN.
A hypervisor is a process that separates a computer’s operating system and applications from the underlying physical hardware. Usually done as software, the hypervisor drives the concept of virtualization, allowing the physical host machine to operate multiple virtual machines as guests to help maximize computing resources.
A tutorial on the Open Systems Interconnection networking reference model and tips on and how to memorize the seven layers
New survey says connectivity issues top complaints for enterprise mobile workers.
Google Wifi offers easy setup, Internet pausing and whole-home coverage.
From architecture to Wi-Fi issues, Interop interviews with networking and security experts.
Top editors from enterprise IT brands Computerworld, Network World, CIO.com and CSO offer up their predictions for things that will happen in IT in 2016.
We offer up our humble list of products and technologies that may impress someone on your holiday gift list.
Some of the stuff on our holiday gift list is ultra-techie and ultra-geeky, some of the stuff you may look at and go, “what kind of gift is that?”. Quite simply, it’s stuff we’ve tried out this year, stuff we’ve liked, or stuff that we think can help you (or someone you know) live a better life in this crazy, tech-obsessed culture.
Network World's gift guide is ultra-techie and ultra-geeky, some of the stuff you may look at and go, “what kind of gift is that?”. Quite simply, it’s stuff we’ve tried out this year, stuff we’ve liked, or stuff that we think can help you (or someone you know) live a better life in this crazy, tech-obsessed culture.
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Logitech today expanded its offerings in the videoconferencing/collaboration space with the launch of its <strong>ConferenceCam Connect</strong> device ($499.99). Combining an HD 1080p video camera with dual microphones and a speakerphone for 360-degree audio, the ConferenceCam Connect is aimed at small workgroup collaboration settings (up to six people). The device sits between the entry-level BCC950 unit ($249.99) and the upper-end ConferenceCam CC3000e ($999.99).