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SD-WAN has a lot of potential for enterprises, especially as developers cobble together custom services and capabilities.
IDC says the Ethernet switch and router market remains healthy; retailers are ready to spend on IoT.
In this Q&A, one IT pro shares the challenges of supporting wireless infrastructure in student housing, where residents have more devices than ever.
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.
Partners who offer cloud computing services are taking a number of steps to make sure their offerings protect customer data.
Channel partners report that a small but increasing number of customers are moving some or all of their applications off the cloud.
Channel partners can ride the wave of widespread enterprise file sync-and-share adoption by offering services around compliance, cloud storage migrations and more.
Global spending on enterprise SaaS apps is expected to reach $201 billion in 2019; IR debuts service to help organizations migrate to Office 365.
In UC, mobile features have always been one step behind -- and when BlackBerrys dominated, that was OK. But times, and requirements, have changed.
Have mobile unified communications and collaboration apps finally outgrown their awkward adolescence?
Technologies like cloud and virtualization mean IT service continuity no longer requires an extra data center or two.
Some colocation providers say the best way to prevent data center downtime is to regularly pull the plug and see what happens. (Hopefully, nothing.)
By moving to the cloud, a business can offload some responsibility for lost or stolen data, but external penetration testing in the data center remains critical.