EtherScope Series II Network Assistant helps first responders solve network problems on both sides of the access point - fast. This virtual demo will show you an ideal portable platform for rogue hunting and troubleshooting.
This whitepaper gives you an in-depth look at the wireless troubleshooting process. You'll learn how to improve security and performance by identifying rogue access points and ad-hoc networks and learn how to conduct network audits.
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.
In this article, we’ll talk about the four most common types of Web gateway network deployments. Sometimes referred to as forward proxies, these devices are used to secure Web access for an organization’s internal end users.
IT departments have constant challenges - staff shortages, tight budgets, but still high expectations for service and support. OptiView analyzer gives you a clear view of your entire enterprise - see into devices, applications, and every connection.
First responders to network emergencies need to solve problems fast on 10, 100 and Gig copper, fiber and wireless LAN networks. This tool helps frontline network professionals quickly solve the wide range of problems they encounter.
The National Museum of Computing has again been looking into Computer Weekly's 50 years of magazine issues for another selection of articles highlighting significant news published in the month of July over the past five decades.
Dell is now offering thin client devices configured with Windows 10 to enable workspaces to take advantage of the security and management features built into Windows 10. This exclusive e-guide takes a look at what sets apart thin clients with Windows 10 apart from comparable devices.
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.