Several different flavors have sprung up in cloud computing and each has their pros and cons. Add to these the plethora of vendor-created acronyms and it can be confusing to figure out the best option.
Much has changed since we examined the ongoing war between Facebook and Twitter in the spring of 2010. The stakes are higher, the competition has increased, and we see LinkedIn and Google roaring into the social networking arena like never before.
In this PDF guide, we’ve collected the most insightful IT job search information from across our sister publications. It examines what skills are in demand and looks at where tomorrow’s IT jobs may be.
When it comes to cloud computing, management software can no longer be an afterthought – it has to be a part of the implementation, part of the very decision on how best to integrate cloud capabilities into your IT architecture. This guide highlights key points to consider.
Two types of cloud computing - software as a service (SaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) – promise to bring great changes to the role of IT in the enterprise. IT professionals really need to learn how to talk the talk when it comes to SaaS and IaaS if they want to stay ahead of the trends.
It's hard to overestimate the importance of Ethernet to networking over the past 25 years. When Network World started, the technology had been around a while, but in the last 25 years we have seen Ethernet come to dominate the industry. It has outlasted Token Ring, ATM, FDDI and other competing LAN technologies. It has extended from the LAN into the wide area and wireless realms. Through technologies like switching and QoS controls, Ethernet has become the foundation technology for most networking communications today.