Vuong Pham is coming to Storage Field Day 19, so let’s get to know him!
5G is going to change the branch as we know it. But what happens when your branch office is sending more data than it should? How can you deal with the bill for overages? Tom Hollingsworth looks at Cradlepoint’s NetCloud platform and how it can help you manage your data usage with the help of machine learning.
Veeam will be acquired by Insight Partners for $5 billion, Packet gets bought by Equinix, billions of medical images found stored in unsecured servers, and IBM fights the patent trolls. Rich Stroffolino and Tom Hollingsworth are talking about these and more on the Gestalt IT Rundown, your source for the IT news of the week.
Chief Analyst, Justin Warren, delves into the latest evolution of IT automation and Pure Storage’s approach to operations.
Does your troubleshooting toolkit have a lot of unitasking devices? What if you could replace them with something that does all the work you could want? And what if that device was green? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at NetAlly’s EtherScope nXG to see how it can help fix your wired and wireless network in one shiny new package.
In this roundtable, Tom Hollingsworth leads a discussion about the premise that Wi-Fi monetization is bad. Some would argue that it’s evil. If venues and businesses want to offer Wi-Fi, it should be treated the same way other utilities are. These all require a degree of expense to the business, but aren’t added on as charges to customers. Keith Parsons uses the free, frictionless, and fast standard. Does that mean that everyone should offer free Wi-Fi all the time? And how does that fit into an organizations larger IT policy framework. The roundtable makes the case and digs into the details in this episode.
Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino discuss if AI should be able to get patents, if Microsoft getting into Teams hardware spells trouble for Cisco, and the first impacts of CCPA.
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Are you getting what you’re paying for? If it’s a car wash or a movie it’s easy to figure out. But what if it’s your ISP connection? Do you even know where to find that answer? Tom Hollingsworth takes a look at the new IxProbe from Ixia to see how it can help you figure out if you’re getting your money’s worth out of your SLA.
What does “Modern Data Experience” mean, and what does delivering on this promise looks like? Analyst, Beck Elliott, discusses the Pure Storage difference.
Happy New Year: Take a walk down memory lane with us as we recap our favorite posts of 2019.