Monthly Archives: December 2015
Need sdn control but don_t want to upgrade your cisco switches_ vmware wants to talk _ network world
Martin Casado was in on the ground floor of the development of Software Defined Networking (SDN) at Stanford, and today flies the network virtualization flag at VMware where he is Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Networking and
NEW YORK (AP) — The Home Depot Inc. reported its profit rose 12.2 percent in its fiscal third-quarter as sales gained ground, fueled partly by a continued housing market recovery. Its shares rose almost 4 percent in midday trading Tuesday.
Oil futures end 3.8% higher on Libya, Brazil production worries Crude-oil futures rebounded Tuesday, buoyed by diminished production in Brazil and a port blockage in Libya. Nymex West Texas Intermediate oil for December delivery rose $1.76, or 3.8%, to settle
For the first time in nearly a decade, the Federal Reserve is thinking about raising its base interest rate. The Washington Post’s Ylan Mui explains what it could mean for everything from the stock market to home mortgages. (Jorge Ribas/The
Earlier this month, California Governor Jerry Brown signed a crucial law with groundbreaking implications for privacy, the Internet and free speech. Sacramento’s adoption of the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act, also known as CalECPA, makes California the largest state to
Print Leaflet Feedback Share » Facebook Twitter Digg Reddit Delicious StumbleUpon Blogger E-Mail The global significance of China’s economic slowdown By Nick Beams 23 October 2015 The significance of China’s latest gross domestic product figures, which saw the country’s economy