IP addresses are being nearly depleted due to the immense popularity of the internet and the need to have a unique IP address to identify each device using it. Running out of internet addresses would have disastrous effects.
As the transition from IPv4 to IPv6 occurs, the challenge of accommodating both protocols becomes a big challenge. Learn about four transition technologies, along with their advantages and disadvantages.
In order to ensure business continuity and future growth, all organizations need to carefully plan for coexistence between IPv4 and IPv6. A combination of both native IPv4 and IPv6, better known as dual stack, is the recommended coexistence strategy for enterprise networks. Continue reading to learn more.
This week’s Computer Weekly delves into the new world of Windows 8. We also talk to some top CIOs about how the downturn has shaped their priorities. You'll also find the third and final part of our Buyer's Guide to IPv6 migration, all inside this digital magazine.
This week's digital magazine examines the challenges of migrating to IPv6 now the internet has run out of IPv4 addresses - a process every IT manager now faces. We also look into the IT issues facing smart meters and ask what will the beta launch of Gov.uk hold in store for public services?
New functionality in BIG-IP v10--such as resource provisioning and route domains--coupled with existing administrative domain capabilities enables IT to virtualize application delivery functions across departments. Sharing the investment in a unified application delivery solution across business constituents increases the return on investment.
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