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How one University tackled rapidly growing network traffic.
Enterprises are striving to increase server virtualization this year. The maturity of server virtualization will help drive the planning of your network strategy; another is desktop virtualization.
It was a busy year for IT professionals in 2010. What did network administrators learn this year, and how will these lessons affect the top enterprise trends in 2011?
Microsoft's November security update arrived today, and it's something less than a Thanksgiving meal.
Java should be considered a top software security threat, even more so than Adobe PDF files, according to Microsoft's announcement.
The New York Post reported Wednesday morning that Novell has agreed to "a deal in principle" to sell itself in two separate parts to two separate buyers.
A vulnerability Microsoft has confirmed is being exploited, and the software giant says it can't fix the problem with a simple update.
Microsoft releases Service Pack 1 for Exchange Server 2010
Microsoft on Friday issued an update of its Security Compliance Manager tool, which helps IT pros set security policies for some Microsoft software.
Microsoft issued even more details about Windows security concerns, even after releasing its August security update on Tuesday
Microsoft announced a new mission-critical support option for organizations as part of its Microsoft Services consulting business.
As the largest patch in Microsoft's Patch Tuesday history looms, the plot thickens.
Microsoft today released a community technology preview (CTP) of the next service pack for SQL Server 2008
Microsoft released an updated version of its free Windows and Microsoft Office 2010 deployment tool
Microsoft released Network Monitor 3.4, the latest version of its free network protocol analyzer.
Server market earnings grow on the back of strong sales in the bladed market sector.
After a thick April patch, this month's security update, released today, is light with only two "critical" fixes.
More than a third of network devices examined showed signs of security vulnerabilities
IT can begin to do more with less once it gets out in front of problems. Here's how one firm became proactive about its network.