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If HP acquires Aruba, it may slow the wireless networking company's ability to innovate and lead to a confusing product portfolio, Aruba customer says.
IBM and Juniper say they will work together to deliver customer intelligence to cloud and communications service providers.
Midokura has refreshed MidoNet with features that provide a bridge for VMware customers looking to move to OpenStack without using proprietary virtual networking technology.
Provisioning and deploying a WAN and VPN is an everyday function for engineers. But can you do that for an office 4,000 miles away without leaving your office?
Successful MPLS migration takes careful consideration. Robert Sturt offers some advice about the steps you should consider before making the move.
Quality of service and service-level agreements are just a few of the considerations enterprises must keep in mind when assessing global MPLS providers.
Once a traditional IT services provider has made the move to managed cloud services, how do business operations compare? Find out how managed cloud services impact margins, the delivery of added value and help desk tickets.
If traditional distributors are to gain traction in the cloud-based IT economy, they will have to overcome competition from unexpected corners.
To keep pace with their customers' increasingly complicated, hybridized environments, service providers employ a range of new and developing tools.
Video hardware revenues are expected to stagnate as video conferencing software grows in popularity. Vendors may be in trouble if they don't adapt to a changing market.
Combining collaboration and social features into existing email platforms will encourage adoption, without forcing users to work with standalone tools.
In this week's UC blogs, analysts discussed why Polycom is poised for a comeback and how the early adopters of WebRTC technology have fared.
In this Q&A, wireless and mobile advisor Craig Mathias of Farpoint Group discusses why he thinks BYOD is the superior mobility model to COPE.
Google went the container route with Android for Work for enhanced enterprise management, but left out Samsung Knox.
Microsoft has previewed several new mobility features in Windows 10, from a universal OS to better interactions on 2-in-1 devices. See if you've been paying close attention.
Performance monitoring tools preemptively thwart run-the-business application problems, but only when you have the right APM tool for the job.
Disaster recovery planning and infrastructure builds vex IT managers. Cloud services offer lower costs and more flexibility, but not without risk.
Most of the IT budget goes to maintaining the data center hardware and software. Consider outsourcing for better support.