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.
BYOD is a blessing and a curse. There are a multitude of ways that you can work with your own device, just as long as you follow the draconian rules set forth by security. Eric Ableson has some tips to keep your sanity when you’re trying to figure out how to get Dropbox working in a BYOD situation.
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.
Is your network stuck in an old way of thinking about architecture? Is it starting to affect your applications? Maybe you need to take a fresh look with something new. Tom Hollingsworth takes a look back at Arrcus at Networking Field Day and how their fresh perspective is changing the way we build networks.
How can you protect your virtual workloads in the cloud? Or your east/west traffic flows between hosts behind a perimeter firewall? Tom Hollingsworth talked to ShieldX about how they’re able to microsegement the traffic flows between your virtual workloads.
This week at Dell Technologies World, VMware announced their Virtual Cloud Network portfolio of products. They are charting a path to transform, organize, simplify, and automate technology services from the datacenter, to the cloud, and out to the edge with NSX, NSX SD-WAN by VeloCloud, and NSX Cloud.
Rich Stroffolino looks at Apple’s commitments to both privacy and growing services revenue. His conclusion? The company should offer a VPN service.
Erik Freeland gives some great advise on how to deal with technical questions in a job interview. It’s important to realize that on these, there’s rarely a designed “perfect answer”, rather the interviewer is looking to gauge your understanding in general.
Kevin Myers has worked as an enterprise engineer for both a Telco and large enterprise, so he’s uniquely qualified to compare the different ways in which the two provision and deliver bandwidth with in their networks. One thing that jumped out to me was how the enterprise deployment scenario often leaves technology as a secondary […]
Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow there will probably be new networking products that change they way you view the space! Not exactly catchy I know. But that’s what David Varnum was feeling after seeing the latest from Apstra. So what is Apstra? Easy, an intent-driven data center networking company! Oh, you’d like that […]