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The Perfect Storm: How Digital Transformation is Reshaping Security and Networking
Businesses need network security that is more resilient and able to adapt as the business embraces innovation, the networks evolve, and the threat landscape changes.
Networking and Infrastructure News Roundup: November 20 Edition
VMware unveils its Modern Network framework, Red Hat enhances RedHat OpenShift, a handful of net management solutions get more features, and more.
Enterprises Need Greater Investment in Fixed Fiber Networks for Mobile 5G
Enterprise demand for 5G places extreme demands on mobile service provider’s supporting fixed networks.
Using Edge Computing to Transform Networks in a 5G World
With 5G networks expanding and edge computing technology maturing, expect to soon see superfast, low latency networks delivering new applications.
IT Employment Trending Up; Data, Cybersecurity Skills in Demand
There's a light at the end of the tunnel for IT pros who have been keeping a close eye on the job market. Plus, here are the skills that employers want in 2021.
Take Back Control of IT with Cloud-Native IGA
Identity governance and administration (IGA) is all about security automation, delivering the needed efficiency, speed, accuracy, and consistent output.
Running Kubernetes on VMWare: Challenges and Solutions
Kubernetes on VMware is still more complex and less performant than plain Kubernetes installed on your own bare metal services or directly on VM instances in public cloud providers.
Networking and Infrastructure News Roundup: November 13 Edition
Five trial deployments by the Wireless Broadband Alliance confirm the benefits of Wi-Fi 6, new infrastructure and security offerings address long-term work-from-home needs.
How Better Network Visibility Can Reduce Customer Churn
By instrumenting the network and using additional data sources, IT can maintain high-quality access to critical applications and create a positive end-user experience.
Exploring Vendor-Agnostic Extended Detection and Response
Extended Detection and Response (XDR) unifies data to truly detect threats in real-time and respond to them.
Key Features to Look for in a Remote Network Management Tool
As network administration products and services flood the market, here are the essential capabilities you should check for.
Future Proof Your Investments with 5G
The 5G future is full of employees who are empowered to truly work and stay connected from anywhere. How will you get started today?
5 Top Digital Transformation Trends Driving Network Transformation
Digital transformation requires a network that features integrated security, scalable advanced routing, full visibility into traffic traversing the network, and sophisticated analytics.
Networking and Infrastructure News Roundup: November 6 Edition
IBM and Moogsoft aim for improved visibility into cloud environments; several companies expand their storage lines offering higher performance and cloud integration.
The Role of Wi-Fi 6 in the Post-COVID College Campus
By ensuring the right infrastructure is in place to support Wi-Fi 6, colleges (and businesses) can adapt the latest technologies and lead in innovation.
Migrating to the Cloud? Now What?
In light of belt-tightening due to COVID-19, cloud migrations are increasingly being pushed by finance leaders in their quest to shift from CapEx to OpEx spending.
AIOps, DevSecOps, and Beyond: Exploring New Facets of DevOps
The inclusion of security and artificial intelligence in the mix is making DevOps more complex but is also creating new possibilities to hasten delivery.
60 GHz Wireless: A Modern Alternative to Copper and Fiber Backbones
While the days of physical cabling in the enterprise may not be completely behind us, advancements in wireless technologies are showing that the writing is on the wall.
Overcoming the Challenges to True End-to-End Automation
Organizations must anticipate that the future of automation will be driven by integrations, which require a reprioritization of initiatives that promote flexibility.
Zero Trust Access Policies for IoT Must be Granular
As IoT devices become more diverse, with varying access requirements, EMA believes granular IoT access policies tailored to the role and function of individual devices will grow more important over time.