Networking and hardware giant Cisco Systems Inc. this week announced it was investing $1 billion to expand its cloud business by developing an "intercloud" -- a network of clouds.
NEC Corp. announced version 5.1 of its ProgrammableFlow Networking Suite, highlighted by a new Unified Network Coordinator (UNC).
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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.