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By: Paul McNamara | 25 July 2016
Hard on the heels of a similar pitch from AT&T, Verizon this morning is taking the wraps off a lineup of Virtual Network Services (VNS) that it bills as a natural extension of data-center virtualization that promises enterprise WAN customers fast, flexible provisioning as well as cost savings.
By: Stephen Lawson | 23 July 2016
The wealth gap in internet access persists and the gender gap is growing, the ITU says.
While it may seem like half the world is chasing Pokemon right now, the other half is not even on the Internet.
By: Pam Baker | 19 July 2016
Finding and correcting network faults has always been vexing work for network managers. As data center complexity has increased over the years, however, network management has moved from vexing to near impossible for a single manager to do effectively.
By: Douglas Bonderud | 16 July 2016
Passwords are a popular commodity on the Dark Web. As noted by Wired, the total number of stolen passwords for sale now tops 640 million thanks to a recent set of megabreaches.