Until Tuesday 10 December, it would have been absolutely fair to say that 2019 was the year of software-defined networking. And then, on 11 December, Cisco unveiled the basis of what it called the internet for the future. Hardware was very much back to the future. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 networking stories of 2019.
In this week's Computer Weekly, a tech expert is set to earn millions after successfully blowing the whistle on vulnerabilities in Cisco's video surveillance software. Our latest buyer's guide examines the issues around big data architecture. And we look at how the end of Windows 7 could spark a new era for desktop productivity. Read the issue now.
In this 17-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how employers can support a future of flexible working, with video conferencing, collaboration, augmented reality and unified comms technologies all lined up to play a part.
In this week's Computer Weekly, as IT leaders face boardroom pressure to roll out IT projects ever more quickly, we examine how to do that without running unacceptable risks. Michael Dell talks about how he sees the future for his company when it buys EMC. And we hear from IT chiefs about the challenges of implementing DevOps. Read the issue now.
This expert e-guide explores the possibilities a passive optical network or PON offers to both service providers as well as personal users. Access now to discover the key benefits PON could potentially offer to enterprises and the top factors IT managers must consider before choosing PON.
To buy network switches that are best for your LAN requires understanding how these switches work and which features are essential. In this e-book, discover if you need campus switches, 7 criteria to consider before evaluating LAN switches and a comparison of the leading campus LAN switch vendors.
The rise of flash storage and convergence technologies make it tougher to see storage and servers as separate entities in a software-defined world. Rich Castagna, VP of Editorial at TechTarget, shares why he believes servers and storage have become inextricably linked.