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  • Product Brief: Endpoint Agent

    Sponsored by: Sinefa

    Security managers and professionals need endpoint monitoring that allows them to gain actionable insights into end user experience and troubleshoot problems. Most of all, these professionals need visibility over their networks so that they can work to optimize performance. Read this white paper to learn about Sinefa’s Endpoint Agent.

  • Digital Employee Experience Takes Center Stage

    Sponsored by: Sinefa

    With the cloud and Internet becoming the center of IT infrastructure, IT teams no longer own or control much of the estate that they rely on to deliver these experiences. IT teams are functionally blind to external factors that can impact user experience. In this white paper, learn why the user needs to be at the center of IT service delivery.

  • Why You Need Independent SD-WAN Visibility

    Sponsored by: Sinefa

    As SD-WAN matures in the market, end-user organizations and the managed service providers (MSPs) that many of them rely on for WAN service management are realizing the need for new forms of network visibility. These are necessitated by blind spots created by heavy internet use. Check out this e-book to learn how to ensure visibility.

  • Secure SD-WAN: The Launch Pad Into Cloud Video

    Sponsored by: Barracuda

    If your organization is considering secure SD-WAN, then there is much to take into consideration. Why does your organization need it? How could it help your network evolve and reach new heights? What about the public cloud? Watch this informative webcast, which includes global survey results about SD-WAN adoption and securing cloud workloads.

  • Digital Experience Monitoring for Remote Workers

    Sponsored by: Sinefa

    As organizations shifted to remote work, IT struggled to support their teams due to a lack of high-level monitoring visibility. In this white paper, learn how Sinefa’s End User Experience Monitoring Solution can help troubleshoot your full service delivery chain, improve remote worker productivity and keep your business running smoothly.

  • Visibility for Effective IT Business Continuity Planning (BCP)

    Sponsored by: Sinefa

    In today’s work from home environment, IT is being faced with an even more borderless perimeter, and even more cloud-based and Internet-centric IT systems. In this white paper, uncover key considerations for your monitoring approach in an era where IT infrastructure is even less under your control than ever.

  • Ensuring Business-Critical Application Delivery

    Sponsored by: Sinefa

    The growth of public cloud, hybrid cloud, and SaaS models offers enterprises a plethora of opportunities to deliver new applications to users with higher speed and agility. Unfortunately, this agility comes with a trade-off—loss of control. In this white paper, learn how Digital Experience Monitoring (DEM) can help IT get back in control.

  • Seven Keys to Choosing the Best Network Monitoring Tools

    Sponsored by: Sinefa

    Network monitoring software is an evergreen topic for IT teams moving to ensure uptime for network infrastructure, manage network traffic levels, and preserve application performance. So how do you choose what’s best for your organization? Browse this e-book to cover seven vital considerations when looking to invest in network monitoring.

  • Digital Experience Monitoring

    Sponsored by: Sinefa

    In this brief, learn about Sinefa, a digital experience monitoring (DEM) platform that can help deliver visibility into the entire service delivery chain enabling you to plan smarter, deploy easier, resolve issues faster, and run your business smoother.

  • 9 Self-Assessment Questions for Your Multi-Location Network

    Sponsored by: Frontier Communications

    Whether IT leaders are actively looking to reduce the costs and complexities across their multi-site network or just want to gut-check the infrastructure they currently have in place, it helps to have a starting point. In this brief, find a list of questions to help you jumpstart the network self-assessment process.

  • Costs of the Status Quo for Multi-Location Businesses

    Sponsored by: Frontier Communications

    Urgency is rising for multilocation businesses to put bandwidth under the microscope.Unfortunately, triaging remote workforce support requests and managing multiple network vendors can make it difficult for overburdened IT leaders to know where to start their bandwidth reassessment. Download this guide to learn how to get started.

  • IT Considerations for Change Management

    Sponsored by: Comcast Business

    As stay-at-home advisories and non-essential business closures begin to ease up, businesses will need to undergo sweeping operational changes as workplaces slowly begin shifting back to a more normal environment. In this blog post, learn how your network and network monitoring tools can help enable your organization’s return to work.

  • Using Network and Wi-Fi Analytics to Help with Workplace Safety

    Sponsored by: Comcast Business

    Business leaders need to consider monitoring processes and technologies that balance maintaining safety with respect for the privacy and work habits of their employees. As such, organizations of all sizes can leverage their computer and communication networks to enable such automated monitoring processes. Read this article to learn more.

  • Real World SD-WAN: Gaining Agility, Enhancing CX & EX, and Cutting Costs

    Sponsored by: Comcast Business

    SD-WAN is one of the fastest growing enterprise technologies, with adoption projected to grow at ~30% annually. The benefits of this technology have been widely communicated, and now, the onus lies on IT to capitalize. Read this white paper to view real-world success stories on SD-WAN and how it has improved productivity and cut costs.

  • Replacing Branch Appliances With SASE

    Sponsored by: Cato Networks

    SASE is a cloud-native architecture that converges networking and security together in lieu of integration. Replacing branch appliances with this architecture can provide greater visibility as well as lower operational costs. Jump into this case study to learn 5 IT manager perspectives on SASE.

  • 5 Manufacturing Case Studies

    Sponsored by: Cato Networks

    The high cost and rigidity of MPLS are driving WAN transformation in the manufacturing arena. Using SASE architecture, enterprises may be able to benefit from the convergence of SD-WAN capabilities and a full network security stack, which can improve network performance overall. Open to read 5 SASE case studies for manufacturing.

  • Cybereason EDR

    Sponsored by: Cybereason

    Endpoint detection & response (EDR) allows organizations to monitor their environments with force, so they can know when a threat is present and respond in seconds, rather than days. Plus, it correlates an attack across all endpoints to give a single view of an attack in real time. View this data sheet to get a closer look at key capabilities.

  • Why You Should Consider Endpoint Detection & Response

    Sponsored by: Claranet

    Endpoint security has become an especially hot topic over the past few months. Organizations need to put clamps on hackers who attempt to breach their infrastructure. As such, traditional legacy endpoint security systems may not be able to stand up to modern threats. Read this expert guide to learn about endpoint detection & response.

  • Virtual Panel: COVID-19 & Public Transit

    Sponsored by: CradlePoint

    COVID-19 has caused mass transit ridership and fare revenues to drop by more than 90%. Public transit will hopefully become disease-free sooner rather than later, but agencies must consider the connectivity of riders and how they are accounted for. Watch this webcast for a panel discussion on the implications of COVID-19 on transit technology.

  • 8 Signs SD-WAN Should be on your Networking Agenda

    Sponsored by: Redcentric Solutions Ltd

    In a chaotic network ecosystem, you may be considering how you can make existing network provisions work harder or smarter, how you can reduce reliance on expensive connectivity, or how you can completely change your network infrastructure. If you are, read these eight signs that SD-WAN should be on your networking agenda.

  • Increase WAN Agility

    Sponsored by: Redcentric Solutions Ltd

    Agility can be distilled into two key principles: Recognition and response to changing conditions. As it stands, SD-WAN is next up in agile network architecture. The proof? The SD-WAN market exceeded $1B in 2019, and it is expected to be worth over $30B by 2026. Read this white paper to understand of how SD-WAN will change network dynamics.

  • Your Guide to Cloud Data Center Interconnect

    Sponsored by: Equinix

    Data center interconnect moves high-volume, high-speed traffic at a faster pace. The internet has always been the primary means of moving this data, but it is subject to greater and more variable latency than private networking. Dive into this e-Guide to how cloud data center interconnect improves performance and tightens up security.

  • Seven Must-Have Endpoint Management Capabilities

    Sponsored by: HCL Software

    When endpoint management systems are effectively integrated with security and IT operations tools, they play a major role in proving compliance, stopping threats, consolidating tools, and protecting brands. Read the study to learn the Seven Must-have Endpoint Management Capabilities.

  • Mitigating Application DDoS Attacks

    Sponsored by: F5 Networks

    Your network, DNS & TLS are not often thought of as being part of applications. Yet DoS or DDoS attacks against these tiers can render your networks, apps or other supporting infrastructure inaccessible. The challenge is identifying & blocking attackers’ requests whilst still allowing clean traffic. View this webinar to learn how to do this.

  • Pragmatic Zero Trust

    Sponsored by: Capgemini

    There is no consistent view of what ‘zero trust’ means in practice, particularly now that vendor marketing teams have the term firmly within their sights and intend to label everything ‘zero trust’ as a result. Read this short blog post to cut through the marketing hype and learn the history, nature, and possible future of ‘zero trust.’

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