Evolving Digital Transformation Implementation with Hybrid Architectures

Digital transformation (DX) has become a key initiative for most enterprises. According to Statista, global spending on DX is expected to reach $2.4 trillion by 2024. Digital transformation is an ongoing process that changes the way businesses operate and how they deliver, interact with, and engage customers by integrating digital technologies in all operations of […]

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Top Infrastructure Monitoring Tools 2022

Table of Contents What is Infrastructure Monitoring? Infrastructure monitoring is the proactive analysis of application infrastructure that enables you to identify or predict performance issues before they become grave and ensures that network resources are functioning as intended. For example, a large data center operating multiple servers could face instances where servers are running and […]

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5G Cybersecurity Risks and How to Address Them

5G is the newest iteration of wireless currently in the initial deployment phases. The Ericsson Mobility Report estimates that, globally, half of all mobile subscriptions will be 5G by 2027. 5G offers lightning-fast speeds, lower latency than 4G, and promises to revolutionize connectivity—making an IoT world a reality. However, it also has some cybersecurity risks […]

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Enterprise Storage Trends to Watch in 2022

Another year drops off the calendar, one that was a transformative landmark for businesses big and small. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated change in digital infrastructure, as massive companies like State Farm shifted their tens of thousands of employees into work-from-home and hybrid models. This new dynamic, coupled with the unceasing growth of data, has put […]

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6 Emerging Technologies to Watch from the Current Gartner Hype Cycle

The Gartner Hype Cycle is a visual representation of the maturity and adoption of emerging technologies. Gartner has used it since 1995 to help clients understand how new developments in IT affect their business.  The cycle includes five phases: Innovation Trigger, Peak of Inflated Expectations, Trough of Disillusionment, Slope of Enlightenment, and Plateau of Productivity. […]

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Top Automation Software for Managing IT Processes

Information technology (IT) automation tools help you easily manage IT processes that are scattered across several environments, tools, and technologies. In this guide, you will learn about the top five automation tools for managing IT processes.  Table of Contents What is IT automation? With the rise of cloud services and virtualized networks that require swift […]

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5 Examples of IoT and Analytics at Work in Real Estate

In today’s competitive real estate market, data is king. But, if you’re not utilizing the Internet of Things (IoT) and analytics to run your business more efficiently, you’re missing out on a major opportunity. Unfortunately, only 25% of real estate companies in a recent KPMG study had a well-established data strategy to capture and analyze […]

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What is the Metaverse and How Do Enterprises Stand to Benefit?

Metaverse, a combination of ‘meta,’ meaning beyond, and ‘universe,’ is a term coined by Neal Stephenson, a science fiction writer, in his 1992 novel Snow Crash. Today, the term has a lot more than romantic appeal. The metaverse refers to highly interactive virtual worlds — where land, buildings, and even personalized avatars can be traded […]

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What to Expect from Wi-Fi 6e

Wi-Fi stands for wireless fidelity and is shorthand for wireless internet connections across great distances. It led to the rise of the mobile smartphone market and utility of always-connected devices that never need to be in range of a single cord to use internet services. The technology for wireless has been innovated over the years […]

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Palo Alto Networks Unveils Okyo Garde Cybersecurity Solution

Palo Alto Networks has unveiled Okyo Garde, an enterprise-grade cybersecurity solution delivered through a premium mesh-enabled Wi-Fi 6 system and aimed at work-from-home employees and small businesses. The solution combines hardware, software, and security services into one seamless, simple subscription. “As the world moved to remote work a year and a half ago, it became […]

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Broadcom Extends Reach of Network Monitoring Tool

Broadcom this week unveiled an update to its network monitoring tool that addresses the need to manage networking at scale at a time when application use cases have become more distributed. The shift to working from home and accessing applications in the cloud coupled with the rise of edge computing platforms and microservices-based applications that […]

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Cradlepoint Brings 5G to the Enterprise

Cradlepoint today unveiled a second-generation 5G router at a time when many organizations are reconsidering their current reliance on traditional Wi-Fi networks. The Cradlepoint E3000 Series 5G Enterprise Router supports both 5G and Wi-Fi 6 wireless and fiber, and 2.5 gigabit-per-second Ethernet networks. It supports multiple routing protocols as well as IPSEC and DMVPN for […]

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The Driving Force of Container Architecture in IT Development

Organizations continually strive to empower developers, data analysts, and data scientists to drive the quick creation and deployment of new applications and services. To that end, they require rapid adoption of upcoming self-serving, cloud-native architecture, and infrastructure. Furthermore, the preferred environment for all this development and deployment is often open source, using Linux and tools […]

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NVIDIA Aims to Bring AI to the 5G Edge

NVIDIA is gearing up to bring artificial intelligence to the 5G wireless edge starting next year. The company at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) event revealed its plans to make available network cards based on Arm processors that will have the compute power required to run AI inference engines on edge computing platforms. At the […]

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Aruba Infuses More AI into Network Management

Aruba, a unit of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE), has launched a series of updates that, among other things, bring additional artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities to the management of network operations. Announced during an online HPE Discover conference, the shifting of network management to the cloud is making it feasible to apply AI to increasingly automate network […]

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Top Edge Computing Companies of 2021

Edge computing is a distributed information technology (IT) architecture that not only addresses the shortcomings of traditional cloud computing, but also works hand-in-hand with it. The networking philosophy focuses on bringing computing as close to the source of client data as possible. In essence, edge computing refers to bringing computation to the network’s edge (a […]

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Intel Makes Building 5G Platforms at the Edge Easier

Intel has unveiled an Intel Network Platform that provides the system-level reference architectures, drivers, and software building blocks needed to accelerate the rate at which 5G networking services will be rolled out. Unveiled during an online preview of the discussions Intel hopes to lead during the Mobile World Congress 2021 event next week, the Intel […]

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Cisco Takes Aim at Cost of Network Operations

Cisco has updated its DNA Center software to enable IT organizations to now automate tasks across twice as many endpoints. Version 2.2.2 of Cisco DNA Center also expands the usage of machine learning algorithms to enable network operations to more easily evaluate the comparative performance differences of network devices and clients.  In addition, the update […]

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Digital Twins to Transform Network Management

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, digital twins were a somewhat esoteric emerging technology that was being used to, for example, enable engineers to maintain aircraft engines more efficiently. With the arrival of the pandemic, however, the level of interest in applying digital twin technologies to the management of various aspects of IT increased. IT teams, […]

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Best IoT Device Management Platforms & Software 2021

The Internet of Things (IoT) has broken out from its smart home roots to become a full-fledged game changer in the worlds of cloud computing and data management. As 5G brings a dynamic level of speed and latency to network environments, the number of devices connected to these networks continues to explode, with Statista forecasting […]

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