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Infrastructure Challenge: Build Your Community
Susan Fogarty, Editor in ChiefCommentary
Network Computing provides the platform; help us make it your community.
By Susan Fogarty Editor in Chief,
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Top IT Certifications To Jump-Start Your Job
Tony Kontzer,
Working in IT infrastructure means a whole lot more than hardware these days. Boost your career with these hot certifications on virtualization, cloud, security, and more.
By Tony Kontzer ,
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Welcome To The New Network Computing
Network Computing, CommentaryVideo
Find out why Network Computing is the place where IT infrastructure professionals gather to interact, share, and connect with their peers.
By Network Computing ,
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Building an Information Security Policy Part 4: Addresses and Identifiers
Natalie Timms, Commentary
Proper traffic identification through techniques such as IP addressing and VLANs are the foundation of a secure network.
By Natalie Timms ,
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SDN Strategies Part 4: Big Switch, Avaya, IBM,VMware
Kurt Marko, Contributing EditorCommentary
This series on SDN products concludes with a look at Big Switch's updated SDN strategy, VMware NSX, IBM's hybrid approach, and Avaya's focus on virtual network services.
By Kurt Marko Contributing Editor,
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Heartbleed's Network Effect
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Senior Editor, Dark ReadingNews
The crypto bug likely will have a long-lasting impact on internal servers, clients, and VPN networks.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Senior Editor, Dark Reading,
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Federal IT Security Policies Must Be User Friendly
James Bindseil, President & CEO, GlobalscapeCommentary
Federal agencies should choose security tools and policies that suit the productivity needs of their employees.
By James Bindseil President & CEO, Globalscape,
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Is RAID Fading Into The Sunset?
Jim O'Reilly, ConsultantCommentary
With the arrival of faster networks and SSDs, RAID can no longer keep up. Data protection alternatives such as replication and erasure codes are gaining traction.
By Jim O'Reilly Consultant,
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Networking Vendors Issue Heartbleed Fixes
Marcia Savage, Managing Editor, Network ComputingNews
Cisco and Juniper report progress in addressing far-reaching OpenSSL vulnerability that hit switches, VPNs and other products.
By Marcia Savage Managing Editor, Network Computing,
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Networking, Security, And Grand Unified Theory
Tom Hollingsworth, Commentary
With a system that can address both networking and security in NSX, Martin Casado of VMware is borrowing an idea from the world of physics.
By Tom Hollingsworth ,
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Rogue IT Driven By Need For Speed
David Fowler, VP Marketing, INetUCommentary
We’ve lost control to business users before. But this time, the thing that initiated our pain (the cloud) may also be the cure.
By David Fowler VP Marketing, INetU,
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Heartbleed: Making The Case For SDN
Lori MacVittie, Commentary
Software-defined networking technology could help protect against vulnerabilities like Heartbleed. It's time to develop a more mature SDN option.
By Lori MacVittie ,
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5 Job Interview Tips Via Alice In Wonderland
Mark Aiello, Commentary
Curiouser and curiouser! Use these techniques during your next interview to win that IT or security job offer.
By Mark Aiello ,
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Designing The Next-Generation WLAN
Marcia Savage, Managing Editor, Network ComputingNews
With so many different devices and highly mobile workforces, WLAN architects face a lot of challenges. Experts offered guidance on WLAN design, BYOD, and 802.11ac at Interop Las Vegas.
By Marcia Savage Managing Editor, Network Computing,
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VMware's Casado: Network Virtualization The Right Way
Susan Fogarty, News
The true benefits from network virtualization come from simplifying the network and applying it to broader use cases, rather than bickering about vendors' SDN products, according to the CTO.
By Susan Fogarty ,
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Will SDN Leave Network Engineers Jobless?
Marcia Savage, Managing Editor, Network ComputingNews
Software-defined networking will shake up the network engineer career path, so plan now to broaden your skills, an Interop panel of experts advised.
By Marcia Savage Managing Editor, Network Computing,
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VMware's Casado: Network Virtualization The Right Way
Susan Fogarty, Editor in ChiefNews
The true benefits from network virtualization will come from simplifying the network and applying it to broader use cases, rather than bickering about the finer points of vendors' SDN products, according to VMware's Martin Casado.
By Susan Fogarty Editor in Chief,
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VMware Touts Virtualization For Datacenter Security
Charles Babcock, Editor At Large, InformationWeek News
Hypervisor-based security would be like Goldilocks -- "not too hot, not too cold" -- when it comes to halting malware and intruders well inside the enterprise perimeter, say VMware leaders at Interop.
By Charles Babcock Editor At Large, InformationWeek ,
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Interop SDN Panel: Become The IT Generalist
Marcia Savage, Managing Editor, Network ComputingNews
Software-defined networking will require network engineers to broaden their skills and knowledge, an Interop panel of experts said.
By Marcia Savage Managing Editor, Network Computing,
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SDN: Programming Skills Needed - Or Not?
Marcia Savage, Managing Editor, Network ComputingNews
Interop panel debates need for network engineers to have programming skills in order to work in a future of software-defined networks.
By Marcia Savage Managing Editor, Network Computing,
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