"No-one should ever deploy technology for technology's sake," says Citrix's Justin Thorogood
In the event of a cyber-attack, the ability to quickly and accurately quantify the impact of the incident is paramount
Cloud is driving the moribund telecoms industry to be more flexible, argues Colt's Mike South
Networks are more complex than ever, but having a plan in place will minimise downtime
Making assumptions, misunderstanding hardware and relying too much on upgrades are common issues facing network professionals
Mobile operator claims Ofcom's rules are detrimental to UK consumers
A recent Computing webinar revealed that interest in software-defined WANs is spiking, as organisations look for ways to enable secure, mobile working, whilst getting maximum value from existing assets
The network uses Motorola Solutions' Wave 5000 Mobile Communicator to support text and voice
The network covers most of the city and will bring FTTP connections to local businesses
Combined with nGeniusONE, the tool monitors applications and network health
CityFibre operates a full fibre-to-the-home/premises service, competing with BT's Openreach
New tool is said identify vulnerabilities and eliminate false positives
The PFS 5000 models are software-driven and use an open platform
Cloud-Grade Networking is built on the tenets of platform-first; disaggregation; a Self-Driving Network™; and pervasive security.
But it's still signature-based
Remote working has enabled multiple cost savings at Registers
Understanding unified communications could prove critical to your revenue
Keeping pace with changing consumer behaviour and the ability to quickly update technology were seen as some of the big advantages of a cloud migration
TrickBot malware shifts from malvertising to Necurs botnet to spread, warns Malwarebytes
Cisco's not entirely out of the hardware woods yet.
NTT's CloudWAN combines public and private clouds with bare metal infrastructure.
Small UCaaS operators are being threatened by larger US telcos
Cisco's acquisition of Viptela takes the company further out of its traditional territory and into the software space
WannaCry contains seeds of its own destruction - crashed XP PCs before it could spread