- July 24, 2014
With zero-touch appliances and cloud-based gateways, VeloCloud offers a cloud WAN service that hybridizes MPLS and broadband links.
- August 14, 2012
Bandwidth control and prioritization will be critical to university IT departments as they prepare for students' return.
- August 09, 2012
Riverbed introduces inbound QoS capabilities to help enterprises prioritize bandwidth for UC and cloud-based applications.
- August 03, 2012
U.K.-based manufacturer, the James Walker Group, is using Plixer Inc.'s NetFlow analyzer, Plixer Scrutinizer, for better visibility of WAN traffic.
- July 27, 2012
Riverbed and Juniper's new technology partnership expands Riverbed's mobile WAN optimization reach and gives Juniper application delivery technology.
Sponsored by Citrix - The concept of the “digital perimeter,” or the boundary between internal systems or information and the outside world, has changed dramatically. Between 1990 and 2010, the focus was on protecting a well-defined perimeter by building “bigger walls” to keep the bad guys out. However, this approach is no longer appropriate because mobility, the cloud and constant remote access to internal systems have rendered the old concept of a true perimeter obsolete. See More
Sponsored by Citrix - Cybersecurity is among the most important board-level issues for nearly every organization. Businesses face a double-edged sword: Not only are today’s attacks more virulent and using new attack vectors, but the penalties for a breach are now more substantial as well. See More
Sponsored by Citrix - The explosion of cloud services, including SaaS and consumerized business apps that can be easily downloaded on personal devices, has dramatically weakened the IT department’s control over what end users do in their own digital workspaces. The knee-jerk reaction was to try and step in front of these shadow IT activities, but it quickly became clear that developing an adversarial relationship with users was in no one’s best interest. See More
Sponsored by Citrix - One of the most important and substantive technology changes driving digital transformation is the focus on solutions designed to work the way employees do, rather than forcing users to change. The “force fit” method was common in the past, as the people using the apps had little choice but to convert their processes to match the technology. Those days are over, and organizations that cannot provide a user-centric experience will be left behind. See More
- July 17, 2012
Blue Coat announces mobile application security for BYOD environments, giving IT a better view, and more control, of apps on personal devices.
- July 11, 2012
Businesses must contend with employees using consumer file-sharing apps, like Dropbox, for enterprise file-sharing tools, and decide whether the benefits outweigh security risks.
- June 29, 2012
In this Q&A, 'Computer Networks' book co-author talks about the application-layer issues that are affecting today's wide area networks (WANs).
- June 27, 2012
Mobile traffic is expected to surge across enterprise networks due to upcoming Olympic games. Enterprises must monitor the network.
- June 22, 2012
From split tunneling to smart weather strategies, experts outline how to avoid common causes of slow VPNs.
- June 13, 2012
At Cisco live, Cisco introduced the Cloud Services Router for cloud bursting and hybrid cloud networking.
- June 13, 2012
The Internet Society and content providers share the results of their IPv4 to IPv6 conversion, results from World IPv6 Launch Day.
- June 13, 2012
IPv6 migration and development has been ongoing for more than 15 years. This IPv6 timeline notes some of the key milestones on the road to establishing a new IP address protocol.
- June 05, 2012
The IPv4 to IPv6 transition can present issues for an enterprise without resources to redesign its network. Experts and vendors discuss how to ensure IPv6 connectivity.
- June 01, 2012
What is World IPv6 Launch Day all about? Find out in this Q&A with IPv6 expert Silvia Hagen.