For most businesses, harnessing the power of the Edge presents some formidable challenges. Aruba surveyed 2,400 IT leaders to get insight on what obstacles they are facing and where technology solutions can help empower them to adapt quickly and position their businesses for growth. Download this e-book to explore key findings from the survey.
One of the largest real estate groups in the world set out to rebuild and modernize their network infrastructure to achieve simplified management. They also wanted to develop next generation wireless-capable endpoints to promote flexibility and mobility. Dive into this case study to see how they accomplished these goals and improved collaboration.
SASE, IoT, 5G, AI – these are all important terms to know as they evolve in conjunction with network architecture. The real question is: How will SD-WAN and the edge play their role in enterprise embarkment on these new technologies? What will drive adoption, and why? Immerse yourself in this e-book to learn 8 SD-WAN edge trends.
View this case study to find out how Consolidated Communications Holdings, Inc. leveraged an analytics software to analyze 80,000 network statistics in near-real time, eliminating the manual thresholds of their previous strategy.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to IT leaders about successful software development, and how they combine the best of agile and waterfall methods. Drugs giant AstraZeneca talks about how it changed its outsourcing approach to eliminate past mistakes. And we look at a new social media bank that is shaking up the sector. Read the issue now.
Orion Network Performance Monitor delivers comprehensive fault, bandwidth and performance management, providing visibility into real-time statistics and network availability from any Web browser.
System outages can cause your business significant time and money, and traditional monitoring applications often don't track all of the system's metrics. You need a proactive approach to problem and performance management to prevent those outages before they occur.
The more systems become remote, the less secure they are. On face value a huge cliché – or truism - but sadly actually true. And sadly, for those running networks, something that is going to be truer – or more clichéd – as remote working continues to proliferate in the new normal of the hybrid mode of working.