IPv6: Looking Back on Year One

It was only one year ago that the world welcomed the launch of IPv6, the long-anticipated solution to the problem of the world running out of IP addresses. In its first year, IPv6 has started to take root. Take a look at Google’s IPv6 adoption chart, for example, and...

What We're Reading, Week of 9/24

eWeek: BYOD Initiatives Require Careful Thought, Implementation Computerworld: 6 signs that the U.S. is overtaking the world at IPv6 InformationWeek- Is Windows 8 Too Risky For IT? Dark Reading- FBI Warns Of Scams Targeting Financial...

What We’re Reading, Week of 9/24

eWeek: BYOD Initiatives Require Careful Thought, Implementation Computerworld: 6 signs that the U.S. is overtaking the world at IPv6 InformationWeek- Is Windows 8 Too Risky For IT? Dark Reading- FBI Warns Of Scams Targeting Financial...

IPv6 Day 2012 – The Aftermath

Now that we’ve had a few weeks to consider the aftermath of IPv6 Day 2012, we wanted to look into what the industry is saying are the key takeaways – so far – from this year’s event, in which thousands of organizations switched over to...

IPv6 Day 2012 – What Does It Mean?

By Nicholas Greene IPv6 Day 2012 is just a day away on June 6. For those just getting up to speed, here’s the back story. IPv6 Day started in 2011 when over a thousand major website hosting organizations and ISPs — including Google, Facebook, Akamai, and Yahoo...

IPv6 Forecasts for 2012

By Sylvia Rosen It’s out with IPv4 and in with IPv6. At least that is what all the experts are saying. The depletion of IPv4 was proclaimed  a year ago, and now nearly on the anniversary of this announcement, we think this is the perfect time to revisit this issue and...