The Thinning Of The Datacenter
Appliances that link on-premises systems to cloud resources will mean datacenters with less equipment – in smaller facilities.
Windows Phone 8.1: Sneak Peek
As Microsoft preps a new version of its mobile OS, a few details have emerged, including improved notifications and a voice assistant.
6 Robots To Inspire Google
Google just bought military-grade robotics company Boston Dynamics. Check out their robots and others competing in the next DARPA challenge.
9 Technologies That Matter In 2014
The future may be unwritten, but it's not entirely unknown. We look at nine areas of innovation and upcoming products to watch in 2014.
Cisco ACI: Proceed At Your Peril
Cisco new SDN platform -- despite some positive features -- is confusing, unproven, and burdened with Cisco's complicated past.
The State of IT Security: Itís Broken
Itís time to move past the hyperbole of next-gen security and look to new approaches that show enterprises how to understand and assess their unique risks.
2014 Will Put The Software In SDN
Next year, the "S" in SDN will take precedence, allowing new applications and security benefits, according to OpenFlow champion Dan Pitt.
Meet NOAA's Unique 3D Weather Tool
Science on a Sphere, a carbon-fiber globe created by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, displays weather conditions and environmental data in a compelling way.
IT Millennials: CEO Or Bust
Young IT professionals have more C-suite ambitions than their older colleagues -- but don't necessarily covet the CIO role.