John Dix

Editor in Chief

John Dix helped launch Network World in 1986 after chronicling developments in networking and distributed processing first at IDC (1980-1984), then at Computerworld (1985-1986).

Security-as-a-service supplier Alert Logic started with IDS and blossomed from there

The Google Cloud Platform won’t box you in

Openness is a core differentiator, says Sam Ramji

Red Hat nicely positioned for the turn to cloud

Red Hat nicely positioned for the turn to cloud

Red Hat CEO James Whitehurst kicked off the company’s Summit meeting in Boston this week, which attracted more than 6,000 people, up 20% from last year. Network World Editor in Chief John Dix caught up with Whitehurst at the show for...

F5’s new CEO shares his early impressions, his vision for the app delivery powerhouse

F5’s new CEO shares his early impressions, his vision for the app delivery powerhouse

F5’s new President and CEO, Francois Locoh-Donou

IoT meets augmented reality

IoT meets augmented reality

At PTC, converging techs enable a world of game-changing product management capabilities

F5 to buy Brocade’s virtual ADC business?

The latest piece of the Brocade IP product suite hanging in the balance

Using personality profiling to make call centers more efficient

Mattersight says it optimizes outcomes by connecting callers with agents that can best deal with their personality traits

12M connected cars gives General Motors a massive IoT fleet

12M connected cars gives General Motors a massive IoT fleet

OnStar has morphed into a powerful connectivity platform that is enabling GM to pursue a host of innovative vehicle enhancements

Putting IoT to work

Putting IoT to work

Five case studies showing how companies are benefiting from the Internet of Things.

Private search firm migrates to OpenStack as it adopts automation

Private search firm migrates to OpenStack as it adopts automation

That shift drives need to replace a hardware ADC with a software-defined tool from Avi Networks

GE favors SaaS for non-differentiated apps, moves away from MPLS, has big plans for IoT

GE favors SaaS for non-differentiated apps, moves away from MPLS, has big plans for IoT

An update from the CTO on the company’s grand plans

Network World Award program: Searching for Enterprise All Stars

Network World Award program: Searching for Enterprise All Stars

Network World will celebrate 5 companies that realized demonstrable gains from ambitious tech efforts

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