To respond to increased cyberthreats, enterprises need to form their network's security plan around the idea of pervasive protection, which is based on the notion of a centrally managed security system.
The new IT landscape is more virtual, distributed and increasingly mobile. It's more interconnected with applications talking to each other. Threats are evolving and so is regulatory pressure. All of this creates security compliance challenges.
Pervasive protection encompasses risk management, forensics, identity authentication and risk management to provide a centralized approach to security management that protects your enterprise network in a modern IT landscape.
To make your network IPv6 equipment ready for the transition, these guidelines can help you update your purchasing policies to make sure you and your vendors are on the same page when it comes to IPv6 features.
This week in telecom news, Verizon said it successfully completed a 100G Ethernet trial while maintaining carrier-grade performance, and the House introduced a companion bill to the Senate's Wi-Fi spectrum access bill.
If services providers want to improve their cloud services and build large-scale cloud infrastructures, they must look to IPv6. IPv6 expert Ciprian Popoviciu explains the IPv6 benefits that providers don't get with IPv4.
Mobility is now the norm for today's workers, and they need a collaboration service that functions in and away from their offices. Enterprises must look for mobile UCC services that meet their workers' needs.
Value-added resellers and service providers interested in reselling Aruba networking hardware and software can learn the benefits of becoming an Aruba Networks partner with this standardized checklist. Compare Aruba's reseller partner program with other vendors' offering similar products.