Author Archives: Greg Ferro
Author Archives: Greg Ferro
Showing the path helps you walk it
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Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are trying to sell SD-WAN services by convincing you that you don't have the staff, training, or competence to operate an SD-WAN. On today's Heavy Networking, Greg Ferro and Ethan Banks pick this argument apart to see if there's anything to it.
The post Heavy Networking 483: SD-WAN Incompetence, Myths, And Fallacies appeared first on Packet Pushers.
ready to replace chrome with firefox
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Today's Heavy Networking tries to leak some of the hot air out of the term "digital transformation" to see what this term really means for IT and the business, and what the impact of transformation might be on engineers responsible for such initiatives. Our guests are Paul Beyer, Infrastructure Architect; Tobias Metz, Consultant Network Engineering & Training Coordinator; and Emma Cardinal-Richards, Senior Network Architect.
The post Heavy Networking 480: WTF Is Digital Transformation? appeared first on Packet Pushers.
On today's sponsored Heavy Networking, we talk with Juniper Networks and Corero about how they've partnered on a unique solution to thwart DDoS attacks at the network edge using Juniper's MX routers and Corero's SmartWall Threat Defense Director (TDD). The solution can be used by service providers, enterprises, and in the cloud. Our guests are Ashley Stephenson, CEO of Corero; and Mark Denny, Product Manager, Senior Staff at Juniper Networks.
The post Heavy Networking 479: Scaling Up Your DDoS Protection With Juniper Networks And Corero (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Available for meetings
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Today's Tech Bytes podcast looks at how to implement sensible network segmentation to ensure compliance with security policies and accelerate business agility. Tufin is our sponsor, and we speak with guest Sagi Bar-Zvi, Strategic Pre-Sales Manager at Tufin.
The post Tech Bytes: Implementing Sensible Network Segmentation With Tufin (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
Today's Heavy Networking show is sponsored by Cradlepoint, which provides wireless WAN networking. Our guest Marc Bresniker, VP of Product Management, joins us to discuss using LTE for WAN connections including IoT, and to explore the benefits of using Cradlepoint's LTE solutions as part of your SD-WAN strategy.
The post Heavy Networking 478: Leveraging LTE For SD-WAN With Cradlepoint (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.
remove the MacOS Catalina whining and nagging
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Convincing research that wireless chargers aren't good (yet)
The post How you charge your mobile phone could compromise its battery lifespan appeared first on EtherealMind.
Last week we saw LPWAN announcements from Amazon and Apple, lets consider what that means.
The post BiB082 – LPWANs, Amazon Sidewalk and Apple U1 Wideband appeared first on Packet Pushers.
TL-DR: Dropbox is harassing me about new products. Combined with poor performance of their bloated app and enormous waisting of my disk space, I’m getting close to quitting. I want to use Dropbox to synchronise files between my various devices aka desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone for quite some time. I like it enough to […]
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