Networking firm's hardware roots beginning to show
Shadow Brokers bow out claiming that it was all about the money, which they didn't receive enough of
Profits up 20 per cent; jobs down seven per cent
Fortinet also admits that it has been targeted by NSA cyber weapons
Reports suggest Cisco is preparing for a more software-defined future
New services underpinned by IBM Watson analytics
More than three million easy targets for ransomware blackmailers
CliQr was founded in 2010 and has raised about $38m from investors including Google Ventures
3,500 customers can't be wrong, reasons Cisco
Cisco's Talos Intelligence slaps Eurobyte on the wrist - and promises further punishment if it doesn't buck up
Public market investors may be wary as Nutanix is valued at $2bn but isn't profitable
Pearson VUE says some of its users' data was accessed after malware had been planted on its Credential Manager System
Sales of Mercedes and BMWs in Russia to fall...
dbg now has 50TB of usable space and about 120,000 IOPS thanks to Nimble Storage and Cisco UCS
Just as well only three lines of Cisco routers are affected by critical security flaw
Apple makes up with another old adversary as it ramps up its focus on the enterprise
'It's as easy to use as Skype or Google Hangouts': Why University of Maryland chose eZuce for video collaboration
Enterprise conferencing 'too complex', says University of Maryland CIO Jack Suess
Windows 10 growth slows to a 30 per cent increase in a week, but the OS is still faring better than Windows 8
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EU agrees data protection regulation - despite cloud computing warnings from Amazon, Cisco, IBM and SAP
Ministers sign off on EU Data Protection Regulations - with a year of negotiations to follow on the details
EU's new data protection rules will "kill cloud computing" in Europe, warn Amazon, Cisco, IBM and SAP
EU Data Protection Regulations to be agreed in Luxembourg today - with an ominous warning from the biggest companies in IT
Rombertik malware designed to steal user data and trash PCs when discovered, warns Cisco