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Saturday, March 23rd, 2019

IT asset management

How Alibaba Cloud’s Cloud Enterprise Network helps multinationals build cross-region hybrid enterprise networks

This document presents a scenario where a company can leverage Alibaba Cloud's technology solutions, including Cloud Enterprise Network (CEN), Virtual Private Network (VPN) Gateway, and Smart Access Gateway (SAG), to build a global enterprise network.
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The CIO's travel guide to hybrid IT

The role of the CIO is becoming increasingly difficult as we move into what analyst firm IDC calls the third platform of computing – social, mobile, cloud and big data. CIOs are expected to keep costs down but at the same time still be innovative, while maintaining an infrastructure that meets business demands as enterprises go through digital transformation.

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Smart Enterprise Infrastructure Cabling Trends 2019 and Beyond

Download this guide to learn about eight trends that will be driving data infrastructure trends in 2019 and beyond.
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Characterization of modal dependence of MMF chromatic dispersion

The rapid growth of network traffic requires ever higher data rates in the data center. To design a new wideband multimode fiber, the effects of the modal and chromatic dispersion (CD) need to be considered. The effect of launch condition on the CD can become more relevant since it is a source of noise that can restrict accurate CD characterization.
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The power of three: why SD-WAN, Azure Stack and virtualization are game-changing forces

This document details how Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are in demand in the region as firms strived to deal with security, lack of skills, infrastructure complexity, legacy IT effects, tight budgets and other business IT management challenges.
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Going hybrid: demand for cloud and managed services across the Asia Pacific

This study looks into how cloud technologies are now part of the playbook for nearly all enterprise IT departments, with multiple cloud environments in use at many organizations across the Asia-Pacific region.

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Winning strategies to beat audits from 5 top vendors

If you think an audit is about finding the truth, you are mistaken – they are about winning and losing. Vendors want to prove you owe them, and you want to prove that you don’t.

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The new digital outpost: why we must rethink remote infrastructure

IT has always supported computing at remote sites. But business-critical digital activity at remote sites is rapidly intensifying due to multiple factors that include pervasive mobility, Internet of Things (IoT), and real-time analytics. IT must therefore proactively rethink its approach to remote infrastructure in order to enable critical digital activity and to ensure that it continues uninterrupted — while at the same time driving cost out of remote site ownership.
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Flying solo or going colo?

Organizations have a daunting choice of either building and operating their own data center ("flying solo") or being a tenant at a colocation provider ("colo") that can mean lower CAPEX, but having to rely on the outside provider for maintenance of critical infrastructure.
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10-to-400G structured cabling guide

With the continued requirement for expansion and scalability in the data center, cabling infrastructures must provide reliability, manageability, and flexibility. Deployment of an optical connectivity solution allows for an infrastructure that meets these requirements for current and future data rates – all the way to 400G.

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