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Arista, Google, Microsoft, Broadcom and Mellanox are developing 25 and 50 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) top-of-rack switches. After initial reluctance, the IEEE is considering a standard for 25 GbE, but vendors may be out of luck with 50 GbE.
Updated Juniper security tool, DDos Secure, now offers broader DDoS intelligence to routers for improved attack mitigation.
To respond to increased cyberthreats, enterprises need to form their network's security plan around the idea of pervasive protection, which is based on the notion of a centrally managed security system.
Quality of service and service-level agreements are just a few of the considerations enterprises must keep in mind when assessing global MPLS providers.
When searching for a global MPLS provider, make sure business requirements align with network requirements. The first of a three-part series.
In order to successfully exploit big data, effective WAN management must be part of the infrastructure puzzle.
Cloud solution providers that have made a commitment to AWS say it was an easy choice, though one expert cautions that Amazon's channel is immature.
Proponents say Microsoft's existing customer base, brand, mature channel and other factors position Azure as the top choice among IaaS providers.
Partners evolve as they move customers' business apps to the cloud, learning the skills and approach and about further business opportunities.
Plantronics is offering a hardware as a service program that can accompany provider's UCaaS offerings for small-to-midsized business customers.
It can be difficult to quantify unified communications and collaboration benefits during deployment. Analyst Zeus Kerravala explains what enterprises can do to measure tangible collaboration benefits.
Mobility is now the norm for today's workers, and they need a collaboration service that functions in and away from their offices. Enterprises must look for mobile UCC services that meet their workers' needs.
As cellular technology develops, the carrier fights over standards like CDMA vs. GSM are starting to matter less and less. With LTE becoming the new standard, just how important are these differences to consumers?
There's no shortage of enterprise file sync and share vendors. Do your homework so you can pick the right provider -- and consider alternatives, too.
Enterprises won't find success in mobility in the consumerization age if IT doesn't empower users to be productive and also responsible with data. These subjects were explored in depth during this week's BriForum.
MCS is changing the way memory and storage mix. Integrate this storage technology onto servers to enhance big data and other intense apps.
Isolated, dedicated grounds, telecom grounds -- the performance and, more importantly, safety of data center equipment -- rely on proper grounding.
No mechanical refrigeration or dehumidification. No war between IT and facilities. Hear how Facebook's choices yield a PUE consistently below 1.10.