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The Right cloud Hardware for IT
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Cloud being the buzz word for IT, organizations around the globe is evolving into the cloud arena. Gazing at the technology aspects of the cloud system, the Cloud applications normally depend on an x86 or 32-bit—processor with a 32bit...

Knowing your Provider's Capabilities is Critical to Cloud Security
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Bill Bradley, SVP, Cyber Engineering & Technology Services, CenturyLink [NYSE:CTL]

In the past, security was more self-contained. Information was stored on servers you managed within your own private network. You focused on protecting your assets inside the network by setting up firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems...

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...

SDN vs. SD-WAN: A Buyer's Guide
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Ray Watson, VP of Global Technology, Masergy

Based on naming conventions alone Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Software Defined Wide Area Networks (SD-WAN) are easily confused. You’d be forgiven for assuming they are one and the same. Both are relatively new technologies, both...

Prime Concern for Network Managers Today
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Due to the increase in deadly threats, the need for an effective security system is always a prime concern for any network manager today. There is also the rise of diverse cyber espionage groups that have tried to seize the vulnerabilities of...

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...

Run Smarter, More Efficient Networks with Analytics, Machine Learning, and Automation
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Brendan Gill, CEO, OpenSignal

Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) will change virtually every industry. Smart tools are penetrating the hardware and software used by organizations around the world, helping them to make better decisions and automate...

Understanding Network Security
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Mike Holcomb, Director of Information Security, Fluor Corporation

Find Your Own Vulnerabilities - Before Attackers Do Networks today are continually evolving landscapes where systems, applications, and the other “things” of IoT can be connected in an instant. While each of these can help an...

Seamless Integration into Networking Industry
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Robert Lewis, CIO, Assurant

Steps to take for innovating Networking Companies For most businesses today, it is about integration--seamless integration into industry leading productivity software and solutions. Today’s environment demands interoperability among many...

Technology Keys to Building a Disruptive Networked Business
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Robert Crudup, Executive Vice President & CIO, SEI

Introduction Industry after industry is being disrupted by new business models supported by technology platforms. The rate of an industry’s disruption can be dramatic as exampled by firms like Uber which has redefined the for-hire...

Empowering Mobile Network Operators with Wireless Technology
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Christos Karmis, President & CEO, Mobilitie

The insatiable demand for wireless services has driven a corresponding evolution in wireless technology platforms to meet that demand and provide wireless solutions that deliver higher throughput, lower latency, and improved reliability and...

Empowering Mobile Network Operators with Wireless Technology
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Christos Karmis, President & CEO, Mobilitie

The insatiable demand for wireless services has driven a corresponding evolution in wireless technology platforms to meet that demand and provide wireless solutions that deliver higher throughput, lower latency, and improved reliability and...

Technology Key to Building a Disruptive Networked Business
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Robert Crudup, EVP and CIO, SEI Investment Company

Industry after industry are being disrupted by new business models supported by technology platforms.  The rate of an industry’s disruption can be dramatic as exampled by firms like Uber which has redefined the for-hire personal...

It's Time for a Beautiful Network
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Kelly Wanser, Founder & CEO, Stateless Networks

How Open Software and Virtualization Transform Network Operations and Business Agility Your business units wanton-demand infrastructure for applications, and are trying public clouds. Data-intensive applications are driving demand and scale....

Simplifying Deployment and Management of Branch Office Networks
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Ari Bose, CIO, Brocade

Branch offices are growing at a rate of 17 percent and a recent report states that approximately 75 percent of enterprise employees work remotely or in a branch office already. With the growth in branch offices, networks are getting larger and...

WLAN: The Rise of Managed Wi-Fi Services
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Matthias Machowinski, Senior Research Director, Enterprise Networks and Video, IHS

Managed networking services are services in which a third party (e.g., a service provider or a value-added reseller) handles various aspects of the day-to-day operation of an organization’s network and/or networking devices, rather than the...

WAN's Inevitable Influence
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Mark Horbal, CIO & CTO, SpringBIG

The Impact on WANs is Inescapable The two most significant trends in computing today are the transformation of traditional computer applications with a footprint on a local machine to SaaS web applications and the parallel migration of...

SDN vs. SD-WAN: A Buyer's Guide
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Ray Watson, VP of Global Technology, Masergy

Based on naming conventions alone Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Software Defined Wide Area Networks (SD-WAN) are easily confused. You’d be forgiven for assuming they are one and the same. Both are relatively new technologies, both...

Survival Strategies for a Post-WAN World: Cloud Architecture, SD-WAN, and the Future of Corporate Networks
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Mike Kozlowski, VP, Product Management, Windstream

Wide Area Networks (WAN) are one of the most durable, longest-standing technologies in the IT world, but the era of WAN as a foundation for corporate computing is nearing an end because of a combination of factors that are quickly making this...

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...

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