IoT Scares WLAN Admins
As the Internet of Things looms, WLAN administrators are increasingly anxious about how all these connected devices will impact our WiFi networks.
Exascale Computing Requires Combined Forces
The tech industry must collaborate on product development and design to achieve the flexibility, efficiency, and portability necessary to make exascale computing a reality.
Moving UC Into The Cloud
Before adopting a cloud-based unified communications system, organizations need to consider five things including security.
3D XPoint: A Memory Game Changer
The new memory technology from Intel and Micron will bring massive changes to storage systems with major repercussions in the data center.
Connect Your Clouds With The Right Network
Enterprises have many options for cloud, including private, virtual private, or hybrid cloud deployments, but should also pay attention to the technology between them.
IoT: The Enterprise Impact
The Internet of Things will place new pressures on many fronts for enterprise networks, including DNS and management requirements.
The Future Of Networking Is Watson
Forget SDN. IBM's cognitive system demonstrates the power of artificial intelligence, which will run our networks and transform IT management.
Riverbed's Take On SD-WAN
The software-defined WAN market is hopping. WAN optimization specialist Riverbed tackles the space from a different angle.
How To Control Shadow IT
The ready availability of cloud services has eroded IT's control. Here are some ways to wrest it back.
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.
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.
Why The Business Needs SDN
Software-defined networking provides network programmability, which helps contain operational costs and enables business growth.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.