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Network Security, Cyber Security and Information Security at a Glance
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Security is the most essential block of business models and is never taken for granted. Since, information has started to play an important role in business strategies terms like information security, cyber security, network security have also...

The Age of Cyber-Cloud Networking
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Sandy Jacolow, CIO, Silverstein Properties

The Cloud, Internet of Things (IoT), Everything as a Service and implications of Cyber Security are transforming today’s network at a frenetic pace beyond the boundaries of Moore’s Law. Brian Solis best described this shift...

Software Defined Networks Coupled with Network Virtualizations Redefine IT Infrastructures
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Nitin Chitmalwar, Assistant Manager, Allied Market Research

The entry of SDNs along with network virtualizations has helped significantly to control intricate data network traffics through integrated software technologies. Traditional IT infrastructures are in for a complete revamp with the entry of...

VoIPW SDWAN and Millennials
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Vilas Uchil, Director of Network Engineering, BullsEye Telecom

For more than a decade, we have seen voice over internet protocol (VoIP) phone systems getting widely accepted in both residential as well as commercial space. As compared to the legacy-based plain old telephone service (POTs), VoIP provides...

VoIP, SDWAN and Millennials
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Vilas Uchil, Director of Network Engineering, BullsEye Telecom

For more than a decade, we have seen Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone systems getting widely accepted inboth residential as well as commercial space. As compared to the legacy-based plain old telephone service (POTs), VoIP provides...

Cloud Networking: Lessons Learned from Compute
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Jeff Raymond, VP, EOS Software and Services, Arista Networks

As the industry sifts through the software defined networking (SDN) hype of the last few years, real use-cases have emerged for greater business agility through software control of the networking stack. Many of these use-cases were initially...

Software to be an Integral Part of Networking
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Lloyd Carney, CEO, Brocade

What significant changes did the Storage segment witness in 2013? What did these changes mean to vendors and customers? The single biggest change in our industry has been the mainstream adoption of Solid State Disk (SSD) storage. We have said...

Software Defined Networking Is Going Mainstream - Really
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Mike Frane, VP, Product Management, Windstream Enterprise

If you have sufficient gray in your hair, you were probably introduced to data networking through an enterprise LAN, an innovation connecting computing devices among collocated workgroups. If you came to enterprise networking a bit later, your...

Digital Transformation: The Networking Challenge of Our Time
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Andrew Dugan, CTO, Level 3 Communications

Anywhere we look today, across nearly every industry and continent, we see evidence of a world in the midst of a digital transformation. Regardless of their traditional markets and models, businesses ranging from local coffee shops to...

Next-Gen Wireless Trends Every CIO Needs to Know
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Dr. Derek Peterson, CTO, Boingo Wireless

Global IT spending will reach $3.7 trillion in 2018, up 4.5 percent from 2017, as the Internet of Things (IoT), big data, artificial intelligence, and blockchain drive growth, according to Gartner. At the center of new innovations impacting the...

Back to the Networking Future
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Jim Houghton, CTO of the Americas Region for CSC

Is what’s old new again in Enterprise Networking? Jim Houghton, CTO of the Americas Region for CSC, takes the long view in this look at the technology today and what’s ahead in 2017. What goes around comes around—and boy does...

3 Things to Consider Before Deploying UC to Enhance the Enterprise Network Experience
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Russ Fordyce, Managing Director, Marketing, Broadview Networks

When looking to modernize an enterprise phone system, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) may be the first solution looked into. This technology replaces the traditional telephone network connections by using the internet to route calls. But...

Digital Transformation: The Networking Challenge of Our Time
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Andrew Dugan, SVP- Network Architecture & Engineering, Level 3 Communications

Anywhere we look today, across nearly every industry and continent, we see evidence of a world in the midst of a digital transformation. Regardless of their traditional markets and models, businesses ranging from local coffee shops to...

Workplace Trends are Dramatically Affecting how CIOs Develop Communications Strategies
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Dan Tanel, CTO, Pinnaca

It is a constant, relentless exercise for senior management to seek, identify and adapt to new trends that can directly affect their business. Arguably the most important overriding trend addresses employees—recruiting, hiring, training and...

Bridging the Gap: Unified Communications for the Multigenerational Workforce
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Rich Shaw, VP, Voice & Collaboration Product Management, AT&T

The landscape of our workforce is rapidly changing. As millions of baby boomers enter retirement, a new generation has arrived: millennials. This tech-savvy generation (aged 18-30) is expected to comprise half of the global workforce by 2020....

WAN Optimization Strategy
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Marcus McEwen, EVP Services, MNJ Technologies

WAN Optimization is an umbrella IT term that has no precise definition. It provokes an impression, but each vendor and expert has their own nuanced view of the term. I am going to define it as the use of hardware, software and process to achieve...

What's up with WANS?
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Claire Rutkowski, CIO, Bentley Systems

Today’s Wide Area Networks have become increasingly complex and difficult to manage. The deployment and operation of WAN connections can be a daunting manual process that expends valuable IT resources, drives up operating costs and hinders...

Break Your Network Before Big Data Does
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Jeff Harris, Senior Director, Ixia

How many millions of dollars worth of network downtime can your organization afford? How many customers are you willing to lose to your competitors? Breaking your network sounds terrible, but when the Big Data wave hits your shores, you’ll...

What is CLOUD Doing to Our Networks?
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Sam Schoelen, Chief Information Technology Officer, Continental Resources

Do you remember upgrading to a 56K modem? Do you recall how fast that seemed at the time? If you were like me I was going from a 14.4K up to a 56K then you may remember that. Oh yes, and I was hosting a BBS on it as well. "We have grown...

Synopsys Unveils its VC VIP for Ethernet 400G, Accelerates Formation of Networking Chips
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MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA: To fulfill the growing demand of bandwidth supporting video on demand, social networking and cloud services, Synopsys, provider of electronic design automation, announces the latest release of verification IP (VIP) and source...

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