- September 26, 2007
Security, disaster recovery and productivity are areas of concern when employees work remotely, a recent study has found.
- August 29, 2007
At last month's Cisco Networkers conference, Cisco and NetQoS announced plans to integrate monitoring capabilities into Cisco WAAS WAN optimization tools. The goal, both vendors said, is to show just how applications are responding over the WAN and ...
- August 21, 2007
IPv6 has been talked about for years, but as IPv4 address space dwindles, industry experts say now's the time for true v6 consideration.
- August 01, 2007
Application acceleration, though maturing at a rapid clip, is still getting its share of buzzword hype. SearchNetworking.com recently sat down with Ray Nahorniak, director of network solutions services delivery for Forsythe Solutions Group, an IT ...
- July 24, 2007
Cisco and NetQoS have paired up to add more visibility to WAAS WAN optimization.
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- July 17, 2007
Juniper Networks this week released a handful of new branch office offerings, including two new services routers, two secure services platforms and two network management appliances.
- July 14, 2007
The jet manufacturer says it's moving away from frame relay and ATM to MPLS to increase service to extranet partners, cut costs and increase internal productivity.
- June 30, 2007
Some say fixed wireless is as secure and reliable as high-speed wired service, but one company explains why, for now, it relies on T1 links and uses wireless only in emergencies.
- June 20, 2007
SonicWall acquired Aventail last week, vaulting itself into a larger SSL VPN market, but some warn that Aventail users could take a hit.
- June 13, 2007
Network monitoring tool makers are again hyping the use of NetFlow data, promising better network and applications visibility.
- June 07, 2007
Network disaster recovery planning tips for business continuity from Verizon Business highlight what needs to be done to weather the storm.
- May 23, 2007
Branch office upgrades and WAN optimization were a key focus at this week's Interop Las Vegas 2007.
- May 09, 2007
Microsoft and Packeteer have partnered to deliver applications and services to the branch office with the new iShaper appliance.
- May 01, 2007
Cisco and Juniper this week rolled out products geared to better application traffic visibility.
- April 25, 2007
WAN traffic was sluggish for Rawlings, to the point where it was on the verge of losing a major customer. The sporting goods maker hunted down solutions to ensure that traffic gets the treatment it deserves.