Network access providers should be disallowed from using DPI, and should provide regular reports to demonstrate they're not, suggests yet another group of Internet technology leaders.
Forty-five percent of IT staff say they monitor network and application performance manually instead of using network monitoring tools.
Results of a study of 547 U.S. and European-based network and security operations (NetOps and SecOps) professionals, which found that 45% of IT staffs monitor network and application performance manually, instead of implementing network monitoring tools.
With its noted improvements in the business world, there's no question that VoIP is a technology that continues to be growing in popularity. Its adoption is consistent throughout companies worldwide, and as such many are looking for new and better ways to monitor their resulting savings.
Striking the proper balance between security, productivity and privacy is the key to establishing a successful mobile device policy.
Network World Editor in Chief John Dix caught with Jiandani to get her take on how SDN plays out.
Business networks continue to respond to user and business demands, such as, access to more data, bring your own device (BYOD), virtualization and the continued growth of IoT. Historically much of the traffic that runs through these networks has been known to network administrators but access to application and user data remains lacking.
A converged Application Performance Management (APM) and Network Performance Management (NPM) solution gives organizations actionable information to resolve the most challenging performance concerns in minutes.
IT needs end-to-end visibility, meaning tool access to any point in the physical and virtualnetwork, and it has to be scalable and easy to.
Software Defined Networking systems are gaining IPv6 capabilities
All the largest enterprises truly understand that, and most have a network monitoring strategy. On the other hand, there is another group of business owners not monitoring their network and not considering it for the future. Well, they’re in for a rude awakening if they don’t take a cue from those big companies and invest in network monitoring.
Efforts to bring 25 GbE and 50 GbE to market are underway. Is there a strong case for these non-IEEE solutions? For cloud service providers, there is.
Denise Fishburne performs a little IPv6 sleight of hand in the second post in her series on IPv6.
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