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  • Proving ownership of IPv6 addresses

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this article in our Royal Holloway security series, we examine the mechanisms that have been invented to allow Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), which replaces IPv4, users to prove their rightful ownership of an address, preventing others from using it falsely, as well as showing some of the ways in which these measures are incomplete.

  • IPV6 Transition – Why the rush ?

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This report from Ovum warns that enterprises need to recognise that they will need to move to IPv6, even if they have IPv4 addresses available. They should treat IPv6 like any other disaster recovery plan.

  • Network Evolution E-Zine: Hybrid Cloud Networking

    Sponsored by: SearchNetworking.com

    This issue of Network Evolution E-Zine examines the challenges of implementing common routing, firewalls, application delivery control and WAN optimization across private and public domains.

  • Designing IP Addresses for Large Networks

    Sponsored by: Global Knowledge

    Complex subnetting, VLSM, and IP address summarization can be implemented simply and efficiently with proper planning. Click through to explore why great care must be taken to complete the IP address planning process accurately to accommodate current needs and growth.

  • IPv6 Addressing Plan Basics

    Sponsored by: Infoblox

    Creating an IPv6 addressing plan is one of the most important pre-adoption tasks you have. This white paper details the technical and business requirements of deploying IPv6 and also provides a sample plan. View now to learn more!

  • Information Security Magazine - April 2013

    Sponsored by: SearchSecurity.com

    This month's issue takes a comprehensive look at existing identity and access management (IAM) solutions and explores how establishing a centralized IAM system not only combats the challenges SaaS and mobile devices, but provides better overall operational consistency across your entire infrastructure.

  • Government Could Miss IPv6 Deadline; Enterprises Make IPv6 Transition

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    Uncover why many government agencies risk missing the IPv6 transition deadline and how your enterprise stands to benefit by making the IPv6 transition in a timely manner.

  • IPv6 Timeline: The Road to a New Protocol

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    This IPv6 timeline lists the major milestones in the history of the protocol, describing how – and why – it became what it is today.

  • Prepare Your Network for the Future: Embrace IPv6

    Sponsored by: Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    This E-Guide from SearchEnterpriseWAN.com explores the importance of IPv6 and why it should be on every enterprise's short-term to-do list. View now to uncover how this influential protocol will shape your enterprise now and in the future.

  • Cisco Prime Network Registrar

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Learn about a solution that will help you simplify the management of IP addresses and ease your transition to IPv6.

  • Computer Weekly - 6 March 2012: Windows 8 - tablet meets desktop

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This week’s Computer Weekly delves into the new world of Windows 8. We also talk to some top CIOs about how the downturn has shaped their priorities. You'll also find the third and final part of our Buyer's Guide to IPv6 migration, all inside this digital magazine.

  • Computer Weekly - 28 February 2012: Taking UK government into the cloud

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This week's edition asks, now that the the G-Cloud store is up and running, will the government's cloudstore transform the market for public sector IT buyers and suppliers? It also examines research that has indicated OS upgrades will attract a significant chunk of investment this year.

  • Computer Weekly - 21 February 2012: Preparing for IPv6

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    This week's digital magazine examines the challenges of migrating to IPv6 now the internet has run out of IPv4 addresses - a process every IT manager now faces. We also look into the IT issues facing smart meters and ask what will the beta launch of Gov.uk hold in store for public services?

  • Ensuring a Smooth Transition to Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)

    Sponsored by: Brocade

    As the transition from IPv4 to IPv6 occurs, the challenge of accommodating both protocols becomes a big challenge. Learn about four transition technologies, along with their advantages and disadvantages.

  • How Will the Change in Internet Addresses Affect Your Business?

    Sponsored by: Brocade

    IP addresses are being nearly depleted due to the immense popularity of the internet and the need to have a unique IP address to identify each device using it. Running out of internet addresses would have disastrous effects.

  • “How Will the Migration from IPv4 to IPv6 Impact Voice and Visual Communication?”

    Sponsored by: Polycom, Inc.

    This white paper discusses the video solutions available today and provide a snapshot of the current video market.

  • IPv6 Transition Planning and Techniques for DNS and DHCP

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Tune into this webcast which addresses common issues and concerns related to the transition to IPv6 and customers will learn about the following with respect to DNS and DHCP.

  • IPV6: Complete these 5 Steps to Prepare

    Sponsored by: AT&T Corp

    This paper provides guidelines to help you take advantage of the strategic opportunities IPv6 will bring, while avoiding loss of business, marketing challenges, increased SPAM activity and other potential problems.

  • What Enterprises Should Do About IPv6 in 2011

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    The purpose of this white paper is to provide enterprises with guidance, based on a three- to five-year outlook, on how IPv6 should be included in their network design, planning, and operations starting today. The intended audience is enterprise network administrators.

  • Dual Stack Network

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    In order to ensure business continuity and future growth, all organizations need to carefully plan for coexistence between IPv4 and IPv6. A combination of both native IPv4 and IPv6, better known as dual stack, is the recommended coexistence strategy for enterprise networks. Continue reading to learn more.

  • IPAM Intelligence: All Road Leads To Proteus

    Sponsored by: BlueCat

    As IPAM evolves from a simple marriage between DNS and DHCP services, its definition cannot be limited to simply the benefits derived from dynamically linking DNS and DHCP functionality together. IPAM transcends this marriage to include features and functions shaped by this new requirement in an age of dynamic IP address data.

  • IPv6: The Next IP Standard

    Sponsored by: AT&T Corp

    With available IP addresses disappearing, the standard that supports most network traffic is coming to the end of its useful life. Listen to this podcast to learn how IPv6 provides both the space and security for your network servers.

  • Oracle Solaris 10 Networking

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation UK Ltd

    Accelerating trends are driving the evolution of networking in the Oracle Solaris operating system (OS). Millions of new users connect to the internet every week through increasingly sophisticated wireless devices, PCs, and even automobiles. Networking features in Oracle Solaris 10 address performance, scalability, security, and protocol support.

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