WiFi Calling In The Enterprise
With WiFi about to take off, enterprises can look forward to improved indoor calling, but they need to prepare to support it.
IT Security Horror Stories
In honor of Halloween and Cybersecurity Awareness Month, these tales from the IT crypt are sure to haunt your nightmares.
Wireshark: Editing A Packet
In this video, Tony Fortunato shows how a new feature in the Wireshark network analysis tool allows you to sanitize the information in a trace file before sharing it.
IoT & The Role Of SD-WAN
The Internet of Things will require a robust virtual network. Software-defined overlays will help ensure reliable connections.
Software-Defined Storage: A Deeper Look
A recent report from Technology Business Research separates hype from reality in SDS, but is a bit timid in its view of the technology's impact on the storage industry.
WiFi Calling: Ready To Take Off?
With AT&T and Apple iPhone support for WiFi calling, the technology is poised to go mainstream. Here’s how it works and its potential enterprise ramifications.
Practical SDN: 7 Ways To Deploy It
Enterprises can use software-defined networking for plenty of real-world functions, right now. We outline where SDN can make a difference in your enterprise environment.
Why The Business Needs SDN
Software-defined networking provides network programmability, which helps contain operational costs and enables business growth.
Best TED Talks For Technologists
Robotics, crowdsourcing, thought control, 3D printing –- the achievements of science are amazing, but those who work in tech every day often take them for granted. These TED Talks will remind you how wondrous and inspiring technology can be.
Making Sense of SSDs
Solid-state storage is hot. In this Q&A, IT storage pro Anthony Sequeira explains the pros and cons of the technology.
IPv6 Implementation Guide: It's Go Time
The time is now to deploy IPv6. Our guide covers protocol basics, IPv6 benefits, how to plan a dual-stack deployment, potential security issues and how to learn more.
Who's Managing Your Cloud?
The expectation that cloud providers will manage enterprise systems and applications is sometimes misplaced. Be sure to create effective management guidelines from the start.
Why IBM Bought Cleversafe
With the acquisition of object storage and erasure coding technologies, IBM bolsters its cloud position. The move looks savvier than the Dell-EMC deal.
5 Reasons To Upgrade Your Network Switch
With increasing wireless requirements and other pressures in today’s IT environment, you might not want to wait until the next refresh cycle for that campus network switch replacement.
What’s the big deal with Border Gateway Protocol? In this video, we explain what BGP is and how the routing protocol works.
Dell-EMC Has Big Cybersecurity Implications
The devil will be in the details, but if the company cooks up a winning integration strategy to combine the likes of SecureWorks and RSA, it is poised to become a major security player.
7 Storage Experts You Must Follow
Storage experts abound on Twitter and writing blogs, both independent and vendor-affiliated. We’ve chosen some storage gurus who offer a wide range of perspective.
3 Cloud Myths That Won’t Go Away
Like the myths around who actually “discovered” America, cloud computing has its share of stubborn misconceptions. Here are the top three.
Corporate VPNs In The Bullseye
Two newly discovered attacks targeted at corporate VPNs demonstrate how attackers can abuse and use these networks for their own purposes.
Banks Bet Their Money On Private Cloud
As banks move toward a cloud-based infrastructure, they must protect their assets while understanding that the network is a fundamental contributor to the cloud and to their customers' quality of experience.
Selecting Storage: Buzzword Bingo
The storage industry is rife with buzzwords. Here are some of the popular ones storage buyers need to navigate carefully in order to find storage products that truly meet their needs.