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Network Performance Monitoring is dead
IT organizations who cling to the old models of monitoring and managing will be at a significant disadvantage to their counterparts who adapt by embracing new technologies.
What will customers buy next?
Dell partners up to address the networking needs of the digital enterprise
Dell works with Aerohive to deliver unified network management and collaborates with others to develop integrated solutions around OS10.
Riverbed looks to redefine networking in a cloud-first world
New SteelConnect solution gives organizations the ability to manage the network as a single entity—from the LAN to the cloud.
Geek-themed Meme of the Week: Blame Game
Our next installment of “Geek-themed Meme of the Week” comes courtesy of the Twitter account of INE, Inc., and will be familiar to all network professionals.
IT for the Modern Age
Zscaler provides secure remote access without the need for a VPN
Zscaler Private Access promises to provide access to organizations' internal applications and services while ensuring the security of their networks.
Brocade VNF Manager can prevent virtual network services sprawl
Tool provides automated NFV orchestration and VNF management using standards-based architectures.
5G and Future Mobile
Demystifying the Information Centric Network
Evolving to an ICN will deliver much-needed efficiencies and performance improvements. Learn why it is important and its role in next-generation 5G networks.
In the Software Defined Data Center, application response time trumps infrastructure capacity management
With applications consisting of a plethora of services delivered from a range of resources, End User Experience (EUE) is key
How DCIM tools improve PUE, reduce costs and help mitigate your carbon footprint
Data Center Infrastructure Management provides increased levels of automated control to simplify capacity planning and allocation
How to use intelligent automation to drive better cloud resource management
New tools allow enterprises to manage and coordinate virtually every aspect of IT, especially cloud resouces
One of GNU/Linux’s most important networking components just got an update
The software framework that powers the network connections on many GNU/Linux systems just got its second major update in less than a year and a half, with the version 1.2 release of NetworkManager.
Making the case for in-house data centers
With seemingly everything moving to the cloud these days, it’s important to know when setting up your own data management center can still be the right decision.
IDC’s guide to avoiding vendor lock-in
Download a free IDC report that’s full of advice to help enterprise IT customers recognize “vendor control points,” gain leverage in negotiations, and retain the option to switch vendors if necessary.
Get insight into the user experience by correlating wired and wireless data
Technology advances take IT Operations Analytics to the next level
Network analytics startup provides insight into wireline and wireless traffic
SaaS service shows “the correlation between all the moving parts,” says satisfied early user
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The impact of globalization on networks
As network traffic to and from Asia Pacific increases, enterprises need better better and faster connectivity models. One option to consider: performance hubs.
Women in Computing group taps Princeton routing, SDN researcher as Athena Lecturer
Jennifer Rexford, a professor of engineering and Computer Science Department chair at Princeton University, has been named the 2016-17 Athena Lecturer by the Association for Computing Machinery’s Council on Women in Computing in honor...
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How to manage IT in a growing business: Appointing a CIO
How to manage IT in a growing business: Using consultants
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CDW Helps The Arizona Cardinals Win With Wi- Fi
Forrester Wave: Enterprise Mobile Management Q4 2015, IBM is a Leader
Why AFA Architecture Matters as Enterprises Pursue Dense Mixed Workload Consolidation
Hybrid IT: The Next Step
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Nvidia GPU-powered autonomous car teaches itself to see and steer
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