Covid has introduced many new things to many spheres of activity, in terms of networking it has actually acted as an accelerant to phenomena that were just gaining momentum before the first lockdowns and stay at home orders were being made. SD WAN, SASE and in particular digital transformation are key examples of that.
By upgrading to advanced network infrastructure, firms can deliver mission-critical services through cloud providers and through their own cloud resources. These increased capacity need has seen deployment of optical networking and advanced network solution such as software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN). Read more in our exclusive e-guide.
In this issue, read about how the channel is helping customers stay connected during the pandemic, with Covid-19 raising hardware as businesses aim to provide technology for home workers. Also discover the benefits of SD-WAN and learn about the top compliance concerns for the coming year
This article in our Royal Holloway security series examines network traffic mirroring, demonstrating how the technique is being implemented in public cloud and the challenges it faces due to the inherent characteristics of the public cloud – security challenges that, if not addressed, can be detrimental to the security posture of an enterprise.
From using machine learning to restore public confidence to startups that are making a dent in the DevOps space, ANZ organisations have been punching above their weight on the global technology stage. In this roundup, we recap the top 10 ANZ IT stories, including the opportunities and challenges that organisations in the region have faced in 2021.
Endpoint security has become an especially hot topic over the past few months. Organizations need to put clamps on hackers who attempt to breach their infrastructure. As such, traditional legacy endpoint security systems may not be able to stand up to modern threats. Read this expert guide to learn about endpoint detection & response.
As workers join video conferences and access corporate resources remotely, they're likely unaware of the network infrastructure that supports those actions -- until something doesn't work. In this e-guide, learn how to prepare your network for an increased number of remote workers.