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  • SD-WAN vs. MPLS: Key Considerations for Your Global Enterprise Network

    Sponsored by: Aryaka Networks

    In this white paper, take a look at how emerging SD-WAN networks can be used to replace and augment existing MPLS services for enterprise connectivity – and reduce WAN costs.

  • WAN Edge Infrastructure

    Sponsored by: Aryaka Networks

    The market for branch office WAN edge functionality continues to shift from dedicated routing, security and WAN optimization appliances to feature-rich SD-WAN and, to a lesser extent, uCPE platforms. In this Magic Quadrant for WAN Edge Infrastructure, explore how vendors are differentiating their SD-WAN solutions.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to edge computing

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Edge computing is currently one of the most important trends in IT. It is more likely to complement cloud by supporting workloads that are latency sensitive, require a lot of compute power, or involve large data volumes. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the potential of harnessing compute power at the edge.

  • Build a Reliable, Mobile-Friendly Wireless Network

    Sponsored by: Somerville

    Find out how to create reliable, secure, mobile-friendly Wi-Fi connectivity for your organization's users, especially in industries like education and retail that rely more and more on the interactions between people and technology.

  • 4 Ways to Modernize Your Campus Network for Digital Transformation

    Sponsored by: Somerville

    This custom white paper lists 4 requirements for modernizing your campus network for digital transformation. Find out what it takes to successfully transform your wireless network with always-on connectivity, network automation, security, and more.

  • Top APAC telecoms predictions for 2020

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    The 5G bandwagon is the talk of town, but 4G will remain the priority for much of Asia-Pacific, among other key trends that will shape telecoms markets across the region.

  • Common Wireless Network Issues & Their Solutions

    Sponsored by: Somerville

    In a hyper-connected world, always-on connectivity is vital for the users on your network. However, delivering seamless, always-on connectivity presents IT teams with several key challenges. In this white paper, discover the most common wireless network issues and explore advice on how you can overcome them.

  • Carnival Australia Improves IT Productivity and Reduces IT Costs by Optimizing Satellite WAN

    Sponsored by: Silver Peak

    Carnival Australia’s P&O Cruises’ fleet rely on IP-based satellite WAN connectivity. Carnival needed to improve WAN connectivity to improve their ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore communications. In this case study, learn how Carnival Australia was able to do this using Silver Peak’s data center class WAN optimization appliances.

  • Top 10 networking stories of 2019

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    Until Tuesday 10 December, it would have been absolutely fair to say that 2019 was the year of software-defined networking. And then, on 11 December, Cisco unveiled the basis of what it called the internet for the future. Hardware was very much back to the future. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 networking stories of 2019.

  • Top 10 broadband stories of 2019

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    The European broadband industry in 2019 was a place of huge activity and investment, with one overarching theme – full-fibre roll-out. The fundamental benefit of such networks seemed as crystal clear as the fibres themselves – support for business transformation. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 networking stories of 2019.

  • What is SD-WAN?

    Sponsored by: Silver Peak

    Traffic patterns have changed over the years with the increased movement of apps to the cloud. This has driven the need for a more intelligent software-driven or software-defined model for the WAN. In this video, Derek Granath, Vice President of Product Marketing for Silver Peak, defines what a SD-WAN is.

  • How UHS Troubleshoots Cerner and Citrix Session Slowness

    Sponsored by: Goliath

    UHS, one of the largest for-profit health systems in the US, were struggling with HER application failures and slowness, which impacted clinician and health care worker end user experience. Find out how they resolved these issues—and ultimately boosted UX—with Goliath Technologies' Application Availability Monitor in this brief video.

  • Tips for Conducting Wireless Network Monitoring

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    Wireless network monitoring (WMN) helps you answer important questions about how your network is functioning and performing. Without it, end users may experience problems before they can be addressed by IT managers. Learn about WMN and explore tips for using it in this white paper.

  • What Could Go Wrong with Your Enterprise Network? A lot

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    Any network team within a large enterprise knows how critical it is to business success to have continuous, fast, high-performing Wi-Fi. In this white paper, discover 7 roadblocks that can hinder the success of networks, especially within large enterprises. Also, learn how wireless network monitoring tools can help you manage these challenges.

  • 6 Elements for a Successful WLAN Performance Test Bake-off

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    When evaluating WLAN vendors, it’s important to try out the latest-and-greatest from leading vendors and compare end-user WLAN performance test results; after all, improving end-user Wi-Fi experience is why you are upgrading. In this white paper, uncover 6 key elements you should consider when benchmark testing your WLAN performance.

  • WLAN Performance Optimization: Learn to Tame that Wi-Fi Beast!

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    As you may already know, your Wi-Fi environment is like a living creature. It changes all the time as different devices move in and around the environment. In this white paper, learn how to get the most out of your network by gaining a better understanding of your existing environment.

  • Digital Transformation and SD-WAN Architecture

    Sponsored by: VeloCloud, now part of VMware

    While IT transformation is easily identifiable in enterprise data centers, branch offices have started to catch up. SD-WAN is the platform that leads enterprise edge transformation — the next frontier of IT transformation. In this webinar, Steve Woo discusses SD-WAN architecture, deployment models, and emerging features.

  • The Evolution of SD-WAN as a Platform

    Sponsored by: VeloCloud, now part of VMware

    SD-WAN has emerged as the enabler of WAN transformation. It has quickly evolved in a few short years from a connectivity infrastructure to a services platform. In this webcast, Steve Woo, senior director of product and co-founder of VeloCloud, shares his insights about the vision and evolution of SD-WAN as a platform.

  • Towards software-defined and cloud-native networking

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    As networking equipment rapidly evolves to being software-defined and cloud-native, there is pronounced interest in products and services to accelerate service delivery, improve end-user experiences, and reduce infrastructure and operational costs in service delivery applications. Read more in this e-guide.

  • Are You Using These 5 Outdated Wi-Fi Testing Practices?

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    Although Wi-Fi technology has been around for decades, it’s still not perfect. And because it’s not yet flawless, there are seemingly countless different ways that companies try to address poor wireless performance. In this white paper, uncover 5 outdated testing strategies that could be holding your Wi-Fi performance back.

  • 5 Common Myths About Wi-Fi Interference

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    Radio frequency interference is a common problem for many networks. But without fully understanding what causes it and the impacts it has, it’s impossible for network managers to fully address the issue. In this white paper, discover some common myths about Wi-Fi interference and what you can do to better manage it.

  • What Has 2019 Meant for Wi-Fi and Cellular Networks?

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    Wi-Fi accessibility and services continue to boom as more people around the world are connected to the internet than ever before. Each year brings a new array of advances, issues and trends, and 2019 was no exception. In this white paper, look back at what happened in the world of cellular connectivity and Wi-Fi in 2019.

  • What to Expect from Wi-Fi 6 Besides Speed

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    The sixth-generation Wi-Fi is being rolled out. And while it’s sure to be faster overall, there are other much-needed updates to wireless networking that the new version will provide. In this white paper, check out an overview of Wi-Fi 6 and see what changes it will bring to wireless networking.

  • How to Revive the Pay TV Market

    Sponsored by: Intertrust

    While many factors contribute to subscriber loss for the pay TV industry, there are many steps that pay-TV providers can take to protect their revenue streams. In this white paper, learn how to revive pay TV subscriber margins by embracing multi-screen TV, addressing ad fatigue and more.

  • Bridging DRM and CAS

    Sponsored by: Intertrust

    With the popularity of OTT, digital rights management (DRM) is replacing traditional conditional access systems (CAS) as the content protection technology of choice. In this white paper, learn how to balance content protection to ensure your technology is future perfect and past proof.

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