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Middleboxes or network appliances like firewalls, proxies and WAN optimizers have become an integral part of today's ISP and enterprise networks. Middlebox functionalities are usua...
As sensor tech and IoT grows, firms need to enhance their capacity to collect data and derive business-critical information via analytics. Find out how in our Q&A with Savi SVP And...
Jesus Vigo compares and contrasts two remote desktop applications based on the RFB protocol used by VNC to determine which package works best for remote administration.
What items are essential for next year's tech budget? Mary Shacklett highlights the major areas of corporate IT spending.
In many enterprises today, WAN optimizers are being deployed in order to eliminate redundancy in network traffic and reduce WAN access costs. In this paper, the authors present the...
In this paper, the authors present a simulation study of an IEEE802.11b WLANs used to model a WLAN sub network deployed within an enterprise WAN framework. Current trends towards a...
Read about big data methods that can help net admins facilitate end-to-end visibility of network and application performance, which is the underlying call of application performanc...
Software Defined Networking (SDN) is generating interest in the networking realm. Learn why it's important, what Cisco is doing about it, and what the competition has to say about ...
The authors must admit that there information technology is the most vital part of most of the business operational environment where the companies performs immense information tra...
There are good reasons to go with virtual appliances over physical ones. John Joyner explains why and includes tips on selection, monitoring, and administration.