- August 03, 2011
Many WAN pros learn the hard way that bigger pipes don't always ensure that overnight backups finish on time, which a high-capacity WAN emulator could help eliminate.
- July 27, 2011
As browser-based apps continue to grow in volume and complexity, WAN managers are re-evaluating their network engineering strategies to improve Web application performance.
- July 20, 2011
Silver Peak Systems is opening up its architecture to enable its virtual WAN optimization software to run on any capable network or storage device.
- July 15, 2011
WAN optimization hasn't improved application response time for one IT pro, but it ensured that WAN performance was unaffected by a recent server consolidation initiative.
- July 08, 2011
Despite the hype, 4G is as much of a best-effort consumer service as 3G is for branches. But Sprint is trying to make 4G business-ready with its new wireless WAN services.
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- July 01, 2011
WAN managers tasked with satisfying an insatiable hunger for bandwidth are looking to Metro Ethernet and other Ethernet WAN services for bigger, cheaper pipes.
- June 27, 2011
A site-to-site SSL VPN isn't an ideal replacement for IPsec-based branch office WAN links, but it does offer an alternative when IPsec VPN tunnels are impossible to build.
- June 22, 2011
No, nothing blew up on World IPv6 Day. But wide area network (WAN) managers still have plenty to worry about with their own IPv6 migration planning and preparation.
- June 15, 2011
WAN optimization vendors are launching multigigabit appliances to address the sheer volume and high-availability requirements of WAN replication and DR traffic.
- June 08, 2011
Learn what World IPv6 Day is, what it will accomplish and why it matters to enterprise network engineers and managers dealing with the new Internet Protocol version 6.
- June 08, 2011
IPv6-capable network appliances are few and far between, especially WAN optimization accelerators. Find out in this Q&A why that is and what features to look for.
- June 08, 2011
SearchEnterpriseWAN.com asked WAN managers about where they stand today with their IPv6 migration strategies as well as their thoughts on World IPv6 Day.
- June 03, 2011
Even with a dedicated link for backup, one credit union's nightly WAN replication never kept up with the data load. WAN optimization shaved that cycle down from day to hours.
- May 27, 2011
Find out what happened around wide area network (WAN) technology in this Interop 2011 Las Vegas recap.
- May 26, 2011
Learn how to move to IPv6 with these steps provided by ARIN president and CEO John Curran from his Interop Las Vegas 2011 session, 'How do we finally get to IPv6?'