Tim Berners-Lee's proposal changed the world. These visual representations show what his World Wide Web has become.
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In The Beginning
Before the Web, before the Internet, there was the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network, or ARPANET. Developed in the 1960s, it went live in 1969, and consisted of four Interface Message Processors, the precursor of routers, at the Stanford Research Institute, UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, and the University of Utah. By 1970, the network looked like this.
IT Service Management Must EvolveThe idea of technology being delivered as a service appeals to the 409 IT pros responding to our Service-Oriented IT Survey. But cloud providers are competing for that work, and CIOs are being selective.