On this episode of the Gestalt IT Rundown, Tom Hollingsworth and Rich Stroffolino look at the news from Commvault GO, the increasing attrition in the Libra Association, how AWS made Oracle sad, and why you might want to say “sudon’t make me a sandwich.” Be sure to catch each episode live on Facebook at 12:30pm ET.
Are you worried that your patches are going to cause more problems than they solve? Wish you could just lock down the vulnerable systems until you know what’s going to happen? Tom Hollingsworth looks back at Illumio’s presentation during Security Field Day 2 to see how microsegmentation can help you sleep soundly at night.
Building two separate data centers for reliability makes all the sense in the world. But what happens when they start behaving like one data center? Dr. Peter Welcher has some thoughts on the subject and some things you definitely want to watch out for.
There are some big changes coming to the CWNE certification. Tom Hollingsworth breaks them down and discusses how they might impact the future of people applying for the premiere wireless certification.
Wi-Fi 6 is a done deal, right? We’re certified, which is almost the same thing as ratified. Except when it isn’t. Nick Shoemaker has a quick overview of why the difference makes all the difference.
Have you ever had to deal with an ISP to get connectivity to your branch office? Tom Hollingsworth sits down with Aryaka to find out how their SD-WAN as a Service solution helps you wrangle that particular connectivity issue.
How will AI impact the future of administration of networks? Tom Hollingsworth sits down with Bob Friday of Mist, A Juniper Company, to discuss how software is going to change the tasks we do in our daily work.
Is your enterprise ready for DNS-over-HTTPS? How would you know if you weren’t? Josh Warcop takes a look at how to configure Firefox to play nicely in the enterprise with this new security feature.
Is your networking solution of choice SD-WAN? Daniel Dib gives us a great overview of what makes something SD-WAN and how we can ensure we’re getting what we paid for.
Security is paramount and we do everything we can to make our systems more secure. But what happens if they’re insecure at the origin? Bruce Schneier has some thoughts about supply-chain security in this great post.