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There are two things every network engineer can expect to perpetually increase: the need for more bandwidth and the number of mobile devices on a wireless network.
The first generation of wireless access points (APs) based on the Continue Reading
In this Q&A, one network engineer describes how he's adapting his wireless network design to overcome challenges from the old world as well as the digital age. Continue Reading
Never-ending network challenges mean IT and business leaders need to adopt a unified information security policy management platform. Continue Reading
Cloud-based or on-premises application delivery platforms are growing in importance to enterprises. Once called 'load balancers,' the more common terms are 'application delivery controllers,' or Continue Reading
Downtime is often chalked up to human error. But several high-profile outages this year were blamed on faulty technology. Which is more dangerous to your network? Continue Reading
In analyzing wireless 802.11ac versus 802.11n, our expert says the advantages of 802.11ac are many, but the engineering has to be spot on.Continue Reading
In this Q&A, a network engineer at the Rochester Institute of Technology explains his favorite weapons against network threats: user education and vulnerability scanning.Continue Reading
Software-defined networking (SDN) gained early traction with the companies that had the resources to deploy it and a clear, immediate need for its benefits: cloud providers, carriers and hyper-scale data center operators. They were Continue Reading
Network engineers who have focused primarily on honing their routing and switching skills say having limited network security training is no longer adequate.Continue Reading
Wi-Fi Aware offers application-driven, personalized, proximity-based services that detect local capabilities. What does the new face of Wi-Fi innovation look like?Continue Reading
What steps should you take to get your network buying needs approved by top management? One piece of advice: Learn what your manager needs.Continue Reading
Just because the dashboard in your network monitoring software shows that everything is functional doesn't guarantee it's functioning well for users.Continue Reading
A majority of organizations have end-of-sale and end-of-life devices on their networks. What's the best way to ensure your equipment is up to date?Continue Reading
Enterprise employees now rely heavily on network connections to run critical applications and otherwise conduct daily business. That makes the networking professional's ability to monitor and manage the network mission-critical. Network pros require...Continue Reading