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The vision of a mobile-first workplace is one where people communicate, interact, and transact in an intuitive and frictionless manner. AI-driven wireless networks are key to making that vision a reality.
A basic, layered approach to DNS security can dramatically reduce the chances of DNS and BGP-related compromise. Here are three essential, preventative measures that organizations should implement.
Today there is a need for a new breed of IT professional−the hybrid engineer. This is an engineer who understands DevOps and has the technical skills and ability to communicate in business terms.
Breaking out of old perceptions about the role of IT departments be the key to being part of companies' overall digital transformation strategies.
It’s all about the journey. The path to automation is all about becoming more efficient in all the right areas to make your data center an asset and not an anchor.
5G brings complexities especially related to in-building coverage. This will require new thinking and innovative planning.
IoT devices represent one of the largest threat surfaces we’ve ever seen, and manufacturers as-yet have no clue how to secure them. The solution may stem from an unlikely source: blockchain.
Changes are afoot in the world of monitoring. Companies will seek alternatives to APM and AI/machine learning will start to be used to deliver better insights.
The new year will see an appetite for unified communications solutions grow as customer expectations increase in today’s “always available from anywhere” business environment.
Complexity and rapid technological advancement are making data center environments difficult to navigate.
Like any technology, ADCs solve problems while raising new challenges. ADCs effectively can eliminate many headaches, including those they create. Automation is one possible avenue toward doing that.
Intelligent network automation and an API-first approach are the answers to enabling NFV to make good on its numerous promises.
By applying the insights of smart data, businesses can add strategic value from the cloud, while also gaining the flexibility, agility, and scalability needed to remain competitive.
Here is a quick overview of the key infractructure technologies that will imapct your networks in the coming year.
It is no secret that enterprise infrastructures are undergoing major changes. Growing use of public cloud, SaaS, and SD-WAN in 2019 will play a significant role in the way infrastructures evolve.
Workload placement once required best guesses, but automated workload analysis is changing the game
As the cloud has become a ubiquitous part of business life over the last few years, there are still lingering concerns and misconceptions around cloud security.
A security team with a broader view of issues can provide better plans and solutions to problems and the ability to react effectively and quickly in a security emergency.
Organizations that proactively monitor cloud applications gain critical insights into security, usage, performance, and compliance.
Develop a well-thought-out approach to the migration and make sure your management and operations teams understand the potential opportunities and challenges.