Tag: software


Verizon Simplifies SD-WAN with Cisco Virtual Managed Services

August 30, 2017

Via: Cisco Blog

Cisco recently announced that Verizon is now using Cisco’s Virtual Managed Services (VMS) as the foundation for the delivery of its SD-WAN service. Leveraging VMS, Verizon can now help enterprises to quickly place an order for SD-WAN services based on […]

Featured, Software

Is SD-WAN more powerful for enterprise networking?

July 9, 2017

Via: Andy Melman

Remember software-defined networking? In fact, software-defined anything, out of the ever growing range of tech features that slowly move towards virtualization, beginning with this step. SD-WAN is in the spotlight this time, as software-defined networking in wide-area networks is the […]


Machine learning: Are we there yet?

July 5, 2017

Via: Networkworld Software

Machine learning is another hot topic. While the timeline is several years out for many machine learning applications in networking, it has the potential to be one of those rare technologies that comes along every few decades and fundamentally transforms […]


DevNet Delivering New Fast Lane Validation Program for iOS Developers

June 22, 2017

Via: Cisco Blog

Last year I was excited to blog about the Apple and Cisco partnership.  It was amazing to see the opportunities being created for developers with iOS 10.  A lot has happened since then, and the opportunities for developers just keep […]


Modernizing Network Software: Cisco Enterprise Agreement

June 15, 2017

Via: Cisco Blog

Almost two years ago, I wrote The Modernization of Network Software, a perspective published in Software Magazine intended to foreshadow changes underway within networking infrastructure (routing, switching, wireless, etc.) with the transition to software-based models.  While I encourage you to […]


Packet Fabric on Software Gone Wild

June 13, 2017

Via: ipSpace

Imagine a service provider that allows you to provision 100GE point-to-point circuit between any two of their POPs through a web site and delivers in seconds (assuming you’ve already solved the physical connectivity problem). That’s the whole idea of SDN, […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security

Google uses machine learning for new security features in Gmail

June 1, 2017

Via: CSO

Google has pushed four new security features to enterprise users on G Suite, the search giant’s hosted business offering. The new protections come shortly after Citizen Lab report exposed a Russia-linked Phishing and disinformation campaign using Google services, including Gmail. […]


Cisco Enterprise Agreement: Key to Cisco’s Evolving Software Business Strategy

May 31, 2017

Via: Cisco Blog

With today’s announcement of the Cisco Enterprise Agreement (EA) we’re changing the way our customers purchase, deploy and adopt Cisco technology. This is another big step forward as we continue to evolve our software business strategy to make it simpler, […]

Monitoring&Analysis, Security, Software

How to Use BitLocker Encryption in Windows 10

May 22, 2017

Via: Toms IT Pro

Encrypting the data on your laptop isn’t solely a matter to avoid government snooping or other prying eyes. It’s a good security practice for anyone that uses a Windows 10 PC. As several high-profile attacks have demonstrated, computer security is […]


SDN In the Enterprise

May 22, 2017

Via: Network Computing

The hype around software-defined networking used to be inescapable; today, some vendors even steer clear on the term. But a panel at Interop ITX showed that the technology is still very much alive and changing the way enterprises run their networks. […]