Juniper CTO Bikash Koley looks at disaggregation, cloud computing and intent-based networking as he looks toward 2019.
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Cisco's annual look at the state of the internet finds that IoT, tons of new Internet users, video surveillance and IP WAN traffic drive traffic growth.
Software, SD-WAN, security, high-speed data-centre networking and more software fill up the Cisco hot plate for 2019.
IBM wants to make it easier for customers to move to multi-cloud environments by adding automation tools and extending its relationship with ServiceNow.
If you are a CIO or business leader and you are having trouble moving forward on a new or existing digital business project you should hack your current IT culture to get things moving.
That was but one of the key messages from Gartner analysts as they kicked off Symposium/IT Expo the consulting firm’s annual strategyfest that this year gathers over 9,000 CIOs and IT professionals for a look at the possible future of manifold technologies and trends.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers will soon implement DNS Root KSK rollover to bolster Internet’s address book
Vendor helps protect organisations against cyber breaches through cloud-based software
Cisco says July Systems offers an enterprise-grade wireless location platform with features such as instant customer activation, data-driven behavioral insights, contextual rules engine and APIs.
Opening up Cisco DNA Center's network controller, assurance, automation and analytics platform to developers holds the promise of customers building strategic network applications.
4M ‘well-paying’ IT jobs over the next decade will require practitioners certified in IoT, converged infrastructure, cloud and more, IDC/Cisco study says
Tweaks to ISE, DNA Center can better track, secure internet of things devices
Cisco today announced an enterprise management package designed to help users monitor and control the data usage operation of the tons of mobile devices in their networks.
Cisco today closed its approximately $3.7 billion deal for application analytics specialist AppDynamics.
It has been almost a year since Cisco jumped into the hyperconverged arena and while the HyperFlex business has done well – landing 1,100 customers -- the company is expecting a burst of upgrades to significantly speed and simplify management of its HyperFlex systems.
Interestingly the TSA finds some amusement or amazement in these finding as it now posts its own Top 10 Most Unusual Finds which outlines the most “dangerous and often times wacky items” it has kept off commercial airliners.