What’s the worst that could happen? With no regulations remaining to protect net neutrality, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) could make their own rules.
Intel launched its latest Xeon Scalable line based on its Skylake architecture.
The WHIR returned to the nation’s capital this week for a WHIR Networking Event during the Microsoft Inspire conference.
Shopify Inc., the rising Canadian e-commerce platform dominated by small business owners, is teaming up with EBay Inc. to allow its merchants to sell directly through the online marketplace.
But the fight over net neutrality isn’t being waged by normal people, it’s being waged by lawyers deep in the weeds of regulatory law. To their eyes, there are big differences between the definition of net neutrality used by Comcast and AT&T, and the one used by most other participants in the day of action.
China’s clampdown on the use of virtual private networks to circumvent the country’s internet controls risks disrupting businesses that depend on them for cloud services and data security.
The protest will be supported by numerous internet companies, including Google, Amazon, Netflix, Reddit, Airbnb, Spotify and Twitter.
Data protection and availability firm Arcserve has acquired disaster recovery provider Zetta to expand its Unified Data Protection (UDP) solution suite.
An extended internet outage in Somalia is being called a “major disaster” to the war-torn country’s economy.
Ten considerations when evaluating a billing management system.