As global enterprises continue to adopt and deploy SD-WAN as a key enabler of cloud and digital transformation initiatives, they must also consider the importance of infrastructure scalability to accommodate
Enterprise tech crossed a significant line as the decade ended. For the first time, enterprises spent more annually on cloud infrastructure services than on data-center hardware and software, according to
There’s always an adoption curve when it comes to new technologies. In today’s digital landscape, where industries are constantly being disrupted by new applications and use cases driven by IoT,
Digital transformation has increased the importance of the network, particularly the edge, where customers, employees, cloud applications and IoT devices connect to the enterprise. The legacy static and non-differentiated network
Cumulus Networks has announced a partnership with HPE that will see its NetQ management software run on HPE’s network storage products. Under the deal, HPE’s StoreFabric M-Series Ethernet switches will
Capital markets are in transition, unicorns are falling and geopolitical instability abounds. That adds up to an ‘interesting’ climate for tech startups.
Communications networks without a centralized infrastructure will become more popular this year as folks become increasingly aware of data collection from governments and tech companies, says telecommunications provider Telenor Group.
Aruba has taken steps to bolster the security and manageability of its branch-office networking package for customers with lots of branch sites. The HPE company enhanced its SD-Branch software with
Global expansion is a common goal for many enterprises. In some verticals, like manufacturing, running production lines globally is an established practice. However, deploying international sales, service, and engineering teams
AppArmor is a useful Linux security module that can restrict the file-system paths used by an application. It works differently than Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) and cannot run on at the