Tag: network

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

3 Non-Negotiables for an Effective Data Center Security & Workload Protection Strategy

April 11, 2018

Via: Cisco Blog

We know that big data is big business… And the use of on-premises and public cloud infrastructure is growing, according to the Cisco 2018 Security Capabilities Benchmark Study. In the 2017 study, 27 percent of security professionals said they are […]

Analysis, Monitoring&Analysis

The Role of the Network: Cost Center or Business Enabler?

April 10, 2018

Via: Network Computing

Is the network considered a contributor to an organization or a cost center? While a contributor helps an organization attain key goals such as revenue or efficiency, a cost center is considered necessary plumbing that saps resources. Which category does […]

Analysis, Monitoring&Analysis

How to virtualize the core network

April 6, 2018

Via: RCR Wireless News

Core network virtualization Network operators are virtualizing their core networks in an effort to gain a competitive edge in the marketplace. By enabling virtualization in the core network, service providers can significantly decrease operational expenditure (OPEX) and capital expenditure (CAPEX), […]

Analysis, Monitoring&Analysis

Network Refresh or Design: Get a Second Opinion!

March 30, 2018

Via: NetCraftsmen

If you were told you had a serious health problem, you’d probably get a second opinion. Why? Money, risk, consequences. Well, before spending a lot of money on a network refresh, you should probably also get a second opinion, and […]


AT&T CFO on the business benefits of FirstNet and 5G

March 30, 2018

Via: RCR Wireless News

In a keynote presentation this week at the Deutsche Bank 2018 Media, Telecom and Business Services Conference, AT&T SVP and CFO John Stephens likened the carrier’s build out of FirstNet to building a house and leaving room to add 5G. […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

How to protect your network from PowerShell exploits

February 26, 2018

Via: CSO

Hikers living off the land make use of existing nutrients and water sources to survive in the wilderness. In hacker parlance, the term “survive in the wilderness” means they cover their tracks and make use of tools and code that […]


Protecting Your Campus Network: Is it Even Possible?

February 20, 2018

Via: William Palmer

Let’s face it: these days, if your students don’t have internet access, you might as well close shop. With the technologies you have at your disposal, that’s not really a problem – until you realize that each network comes with […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Tips for securing IoT on your network

February 9, 2018

Via: Networkworld Security

Judging by all the media attention that The Internet of Things (or IoT) gets these days, you would think that the world was firmly in the grip of a physical and digital transformation. The truth, though, is that we all […]


5G and getting through low-E glass

February 6, 2018

Via: RCR Wireless News

One of the biggest challenges for 5G fixed wireless access is bringing millimeter wave signals from the outdoors to the inside. The short wavelengths at those high frequencies mean that mmWave is very susceptible to being blocked or reflected by […]

Analysis, Monitoring&Analysis

Machine Learning and Network Traffic Management

February 5, 2018

Via: ipSpace

Commercial products that pretty successfully solved these problems have been on the market for decades and some large SPs used NetFlow data to dynamically adjust their MPLS/TE configuration as soon as Cisco rolled out MPLS/TE in release 12.0T. Furthermore, like […]