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Hardware, Technology

IT Organizations Aiming to Deploy Home Office Network Hardware

July 22, 2021

Via: Network Computing

With many enterprises seeing a permanent expansion in the number of employees who work from home, three-quarters of IT organizations will deploy network hardware in home offices, according to new research from Enterprise Management Associates (EMA). EMA recently surveyed 312 […]


News

SD-WAN buyers guide: Key questions to ask vendors (and yourself)

July 20, 2021

Via: Network World

Prior to the pandemic, SD-WAN was primarily a niche technology pitched to enterprises as a way to cut costs and improve WAN flexibility by allowing traffic to burst directly from the branch office to the Internet, rather than backhauling it […]


News

Kagan: Cisco interview on transforming the internet for the future

June 28, 2021

Via: RCR Wireless News

What will the internet look like going forward? I recently spoke with Jonathan Davidson, SVP and GM of Cisco Mass-Scale Infrastructure Group. He did a great job of clearing away the confusion and showing us exactly what Cisco’s technology means […]


News

Department of Defense works to integrate battlefield intel networks

June 28, 2021

Via: Network World.com

If yours is like most enterprises, it is under intense competitive pressure to understand faster, decide faster, and act faster in an increasingly dynamic environment. For businesses, that environment is the economy. But for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), […]


Mobile Networks

Simplifying Device Provisioning On Private Mobile Networks

June 16, 2021

Via: Network Computing

Enabling enterprise campus connectivity requires IT staff to plan what mobile devices need to be supported as well as how to best manage their access and security. As enterprises widely embrace private mobile networks to gain more deterministic wireless connectivity, […]


News

From MPLS to the Internet: Optimizing Enterprise Networking in a New Era of WAN

June 10, 2021

Via: Network Computing

The WAN looks different than it did a decade ago. This much is obvious. When I think of benchmarking enterprise wide area network costs throughout the 2010s, I think of customers who wanted to ensure that their carrier—often a single […]


Technology, Wireless

Aruba Wi-Fi 6E access point to launch this fall

May 25, 2021

Via: Network World.com

Business users looking for an upgrade to the very latest Wi-Fi standard, also known as Wi-Fi 6E, now have the option of Aruba’s new AP 635, the company announced this morning. Wi-Fi 6E works much the same as Wi-Fi 6, […]


Software, Technology

Juniper Networks upgrades its Apstra intent-based networking software

May 25, 2021

Via: Network World.com

Juniper Networks is releasing the latest version of its Apstra intent-based networking software that includes new monitoring features and configuration templates as well as better integration with VMware’s NSX virtualization and security platform. In January, Juniper bought Apstra and its […]


Security

The 10 most dangerous cyber threat actors

May 24, 2021

Via: CSO

When hacking began many decades ago, it was mostly the work of enthusiasts fueled by their passion for learning everything they could about computers and networks. Today, nation-state actors are developing increasingly sophisticated cyberespionage tools, while cybercriminals are cashing in […]


Hardware, Technology

Semiconductor Shortage Hurts Network Equipment Makers and Customers

May 20, 2021

Via: Network Computing

The global semiconductor shortage is forcing many tech manufacturers to slow or even halt production. Makers of PCs, servers, mobile devices, gaming consoles, vehicles, and industrial machines are all scrambling to find the chips they need to fulfill orders amid […]