Global regulations aimed at sustainability are increasing pressure on IT teams to create more efficient data centers.
Controlled experiments aimed at breaking the network can uncover previously unknown vulnerabilities
Previously owned servers and network equipment can be less expensive than new hardware and more readily available, thanks to tech product backlogs, but enterprises need to be aware of potential pitfalls.
Building an automated, programmable pipeline for network changes can boost speed, agility, accuracy and performance
Networking pros can expand their roles in enterprise cloud endeavors – and advance their careers – by getting certified for hybrid and multi-cloud skills.
Hot trends such as cloud, edge and remote work, plus new approaches including SASE, SD-WAN and ZTNA, are reshaping network job titles and skills requirements
SD-WANs can help enterprises to manage increasingly complex and diverse network infrastructures at a lower cost, but there are pitfalls to avoid.
Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and strict access controls can help organizations defend against DNS attacks