Tony Efantis is coming to Networking Field Day 22, so let’s get to know him!
How secure is your smart device? Is IoT capable of being secured completely? Ray Lucchesi has some great thoughts on how to secure IoT and some of the pitfalls of using low power devices to create secure infrastructure in this post.
Kim Pedersen is coming to Networking Field Day 22, so let’s get to know him!
At Cisco Live Europe 2020, Gestalt IT’s Joep Piscaer was joined by Patrick Smith, Field CTO for Pure Storage. They discussed how Europe and the EMEA region are driving Pure Storage’s product and company direction, and how that affects products like FlashStack.
Greg Ferro writes his “Fifteen Networking Truths” with knowledge gained over the last 15 years or so. His list of rules examines truths (and their corollaries) for network engineers and technology professionals.
Mary Fasang is coming to Networking Field Day 22, so let’s get to know her!
Faisal Khan is coming to Networking Field Day 22, so let’s get to know him!
What if we can ask the network for the answers we need to figure out what’s wrong? What if we had a way to look into the database of network configuration to answer our questions? What if indeed? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at Forward Networks and their Network Query Engine to find out if it has the answers we’re all looking for.
With the rise of integrating digital technology into all areas of business, organizations need to be aware of how easy it is for security breaches to occur. It only takes one corrupt file, or one weak password, to open the door for hackers or ransomware to take down an entire network.
Consistent delivery is hard to pull off, whether you’re a delivery company or a networking company. With the help of the Ethernet team at Intel, however, you can accomplish some great things and set yourself up for success. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at Intel’s Application Device Queue technology and how it can help ensure consistent, reliable packet delivery.