IPv6 Adoption: Here at Last
IPv6 adoption has finally turned the corner. IT organizations and networks without an active IPv6 rollout program may find themselves caught unawares.
All You Need Is Lync
Microsoft applications pervade the business environment, while traditional telephones fade away. Perhaps that makes Lync the de facto communication standard.
Master of Network Interoperability
If anyone knows about network interoperability, it's Glenn Evans, the lead network engineer for the InteropNet, the infrastructure that supports the Interop conference and more than 300 exhibitors.
The Evolution Of The Ethernet Switch
Faster speeds are just part of the new Ethernet technology. New forwarding technologies and the emergence of SDN also are changing the Ethernet switch landscape.
Earning the IPv6 Seal Of Approval
IPv6 testing programs provide technology validation and give engineers confidence in their IPv6 deployments. Here's a look at three IPv6 testing programs.
What Is Hyper-Converged Storage?
Hyper-converged architectures consolidate and manage computing, networking, and storage resources via software so they can run on any vendor's server hardware.
Why IBM May Abandon SDN
The news that IBM may sell its software-defined networking division seems to fly in the face of reason. Why exit a burgeoning market? The answer may be more obvious than you think.
Reducing Video Surveillance Storage Costs
The growth of video surveillance data heavily impacts network bandwidth and increases storage demands. Here's a look at how one vendor, Bosch, is working to address these challenges.
SDN Management: Risks And Challenges
Traditional network management techniques don't work with software-defined networking. Automation of management best practices is critical for SDN to succeed.
Are You Soft Enough For IT?
IT pros must keep current with technology. But, perhaps more importantly, they need flexibility and adaptability to succeed in an industry faced with constant change.