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How to streamline branch office connectivity with SD-WAN
Connecting branch offices to an enterprise wide area network (WAN) is time-consuming and often disrupts an organisation’s IT operations.
Software defined networking market primed for massive growth
Technavio reports that the global software-defined networking market is set for huge growth, with a predicted 35% CAGR between 2016 and 2020.
Seven networking tips from the Microsoft WPC 2016 Social Squad
There are a range of benefits that come from attending major events - one of the biggest is networking. Here are some tips to take on board.
What's driving enterprise use and purchase of SD-WAN?
"Understanding and adapting to the needs of enterprise IT is critical to achieving success in this evolving market."
What's an ELOFANT and how can you stop them threatening your data?
If you’re concerned about the security of your organization’s data, you should be looking out for ELOFANTs on your network.
Endace targets DDOS-backed security breaches
It’s essential to ensure network monitoring infrastructure can record without loss, even under the of loads you would experience during a DDOS attack.
Brocade helps school create "campus nervous system"
IP specialist Brocade has helped Mazenod College to transform its "campus nervous system" into a fully digital school with up to 100Mbps of bandwidth.
Enterprise security is changing. Today, it's all about visibility and control
Blue Coat has introduced a new set of cloud security capabilities and services for enterprises and governments to improve the security platform.
HPE and NEC team up, target mobile-first networking
“We also see complementary value to jointly collaborating in areas such as security and the Internet of Things."
PayPost chooses Signagelive to boost revenue and customer experience
PayPost, Lithuania’s National Post Office, has deployed Signagelive’s powered digital signage network in its outdoor payment kiosks.
How will the next major meta trend in networking cause global change?
In order to support the next twenty years of innovation, the coming major meta trend will reshape businesses and organisations around the world.
Software, security, DevOps and big data: What's in store for networking?
Moving into 2016, more businesses are expected to leverage smart machines and transformative technologies to give them a clear competitive advantage.
ICT Networks joins Silver Peak in SD-WAN push
Silver Peak continues its local SD-WAN push, partnering with ICT Networks to advance its strategy across Australia and New Zealand.
2016 Crystal Ball – the future of networking
Silver Peak’s David Hughes takes a look into his crystal ball to see what the this year holds for networking.
New security approach needed as corporations evolve
Modern corporations throughout Asia Pacific need to evolve their approach to security threats according to AT&T security research.
What is the SD-WAN and how does it affect you?
Software-defined networking has driven huge change in the data centre, so it only makes sense that it's adopted in other areas of the business.
What has paved the way for software-defined networking?
The network world is abuzz with the technology revolution provided by SDN, but what is so great about it that has got everyone so excited?
What are the three key areas of software-defined networking?
The speed and agility of business information systems was forever increasing, while the surrounding constructs were unable to keep up.
Software-centric IT environments are challenging IT organisations
Changing business pressures, growing security threats and an increasingly software-centric approach to IT is changing the role of network engineers.
Alcatel-Lucent researchers head to Germany for 5G testing
Bell Labs, the research arm of Alcatel-Lucent, and the 5G Lab Germany have entered into a research collaboration agreement to test and define 5G.
Legacy infrastructure stifling agility and innovation
Legacy infrastructure is holding companies back from achieving their businesses goals and preventing business agility and innovation say CIOs.
Frost & Sullivan: Where will wireless communications go next?
"Developments in wireless communication test equipment will revolve around LTE, M2M communications, and solutions that can be easily deployed."
Adtran expands VoIP switch portfolio
Adtran has announced it is expanding its VoIP switch portfolio with the addition of the NetVanta 1510 and 1550 families of Gigabit Ethernet switches.
Emulex and Dynatrace announce NetPod, to be available early 2015
NetPod is an integrated solution that brings together Dynatrace’s Data Centre analysis and Emulex’s EndanceProbe Intelligent Network Recorders.