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Monday, May 27th, 2019

LAN technology and management

Simplify Your Network: Easy as 1+1=2

How Cisco can help manage the increasingly complex requirements of your data network

Networks are getting more complex to manage. Today employees, partners, customers, and guests all have different levels of access. Many of them use their own laptops, tablets, and smartphones and, increasingly, their own applications on the enterprise network. These devices and users are creating more traffic over a diverse array of networks, leading to limited resources being deployed to unclog bottlenecks in the enterprise network, rather than being used to build the business.

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Cabling Infrastructure Choice for the NGEABT 2.5 and 5GBASE-T over Copper

Next Generation Enterprise Access BASE-T Recommendations

The Next Generation Enterprise Access BASE-T (NGEABT) refers to the development of intermediate speeds of 2.5G and 5G over twisted-pair copper cabling, with the goal of being able to run over installed Category 5e and 6 cabling. This work is being standardized in the IEEE, and leading equipment vendors have already announced that several of their products will have this feature in 2015.

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Best Practices for Network Monitoring

IT teams are monitoring corporate networks for security, compliance, and performance. Discover the capabilities of a network monitoring switch and how it optimizes the traffic to the monitoring tools, improving overall monitoring tool performance and protecting the IT team’s monitoring tool investment.

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The Foundation of Virtualized Data Center and Campus Networks

Discover why 40/100 GbE matters in an IT landscape of increase virtualization and why it is rapidly gaining traction as a key foundation for building the next generation of virtualized data center and campus environments. Understand why it holds the key to improved capacity, and with proper planning, provide a smooth upgrade path.
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2013 Enterprise Survey Report

Discover the key issues affecting IT and data centers in this seventh edition of the Enterprise Survey. IT managers and professionals around the world shared their thoughts on the most significant trends and technologies that are currently changing how we view enterprise IT and the challenges ahead in the 2013 CommScope Enterprise Survey.
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The five elements of a Digital Enterprise

Customers and partners from more than 15 different industry verticals and 32 different countries came to hear Karl-Heinz Streibich, Software AG’s CEO talk on the opportunities for enterprises in these times of fast change and big challenges. Streibich stressed that the challenge for IT was no longer be in maintaining IT but aligning with other lines of business (LoB) and helping them to drive their business KPIs.

The challenges and best practices for deploying tablets in the enterprise

Tablets are ever more prevalent in the workplace, and while they are not usually a replacement for a desktop or laptop, their capabilities provide opportunities for organizations to update and change their business processes, according to global analyst firm, Ovum.

The 'I' in CIO could soon stand for Innovation

The role of the CIO is changing in the age of the digital enterprise agreed the panel at Software AG’s Innovation World 2013, and it is the CIO who can drive innovation and can partner with an enterprise’s lines of business (LoB) to drive improved business outcomes, who will be successful.

IT shops share OpenFlow, SDN best practices

Two users are putting OpenFlow and software-defined networks through their paces in projects of varied urgency. Marist College is very bullish on OpenFlow as a way to interconnect data centers over optical fiber. The company is using OpenFlow controllers from NEC and IBM, and optical transport gear from ADVA.

HP says open sourcing SDNs is wrong

Vendors such as Juniper Networks that are open sourcing their SDN controllers are pursuing a wrongheaded strategy that misses the point of the technology, HP officials said this week.