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  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Cloud Computing Risks, Issues and Advice from the Division of IT

    A definition of cloud computing is "An on-demand service model for IT service provisioning, often based on virtualization and distributed computing technologies." Beyond this broad definition it can mean anything from simple data storage (Infrastructure as a Service, or IaaS) to service offerings like e-mail (Application/Software as a Service, or...

    Provided By Burton Group

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    802.11n: The End of Ethernet?

    The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.11n standard represents the beginning of the end for wired Ethernet as the dominant Local Area Network (LAN) access technology in the enterprise. Over the next few years, refinements in system silicon, radio design, network control, wireless security, and power management will...

    Provided By Burton Group

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Cloud Computing: Transforming IT

    Cloud computing is coming. IT is finally catching up with the rest of the Internet by extending the enterprise outside of the traditional data center walls. And although cloud computing is transforming traditional IT, it is still immature. Lack of clarity, risk management, and questionable long-term return on investment are...

    Provided By Burton Group

  • White Papers // May 2008

    802.11n: Enterprise Deployment Considerations

    802.11n has significant advantages over legacy wireless technologies and, with Wi-Fi certification in place since June 2007, is ready for enterprise deployment now. These advantages present the enterprise network manager with imp4irtant deployment considerations. Managers that take time to evaluate these considerations, within the context of their enterprise needs and...

    Provided By Burton Group

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    802.11n: The End of Ethernet?

    The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.11n standard represents the beginning of the end for wired Ethernet as the dominant Local Area Network (LAN) access technology in the enterprise. Over the next few years, refinements in system silicon, radio design, network control, wireless security, and power management will...

    Provided By Burton Group

  • White Papers // May 2008

    802.11n: Enterprise Deployment Considerations

    802.11n has significant advantages over legacy wireless technologies and, with Wi-Fi certification in place since June 2007, is ready for enterprise deployment now. These advantages present the enterprise network manager with imp4irtant deployment considerations. Managers that take time to evaluate these considerations, within the context of their enterprise needs and...

    Provided By Burton Group

  • White Papers // Jul 2010

    Cloud Computing Risks, Issues and Advice from the Division of IT

    A definition of cloud computing is "An on-demand service model for IT service provisioning, often based on virtualization and distributed computing technologies." Beyond this broad definition it can mean anything from simple data storage (Infrastructure as a Service, or IaaS) to service offerings like e-mail (Application/Software as a Service, or...

    Provided By Burton Group

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Cloud Computing: Transforming IT

    Cloud computing is coming. IT is finally catching up with the rest of the Internet by extending the enterprise outside of the traditional data center walls. And although cloud computing is transforming traditional IT, it is still immature. Lack of clarity, risk management, and questionable long-term return on investment are...

    Provided By Burton Group