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  • Cisco’s Intent-Based Networking and the Journey to Software-Defined Networks

    Sponsored by: Global Knowledge

    The traditional network engineering model of configuring one device at a time simply doesn’t scale to the growing needs of today’s network. In this white paper, learn how Cisco’s intent-based networks and software-defined networking solutions will enable your organization to meet the demands of network programmability and automation.

  • 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.

  • Aruba SD-Branch Overview

    Sponsored by: Somerville

    Find out how to take a software-defined approach to branch networks that centralizes network management in the cloud, automates network monitoring functions, increases security, and more.

  • 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.

  • Powering a Seamless Experience Edge with Aruba

    Sponsored by: Somerville

    In today’s digital environment, your wireless network is essential for powering your organization. However, wireless networks are often costly, and time consuming to set up and manage. In this white paper, learn how Aruba Enterprise Wireless-as-a-Service from Somerville can help eliminate complex wireless network management.

  • SD-WAN: Security, Application Experience and Operational Simplicity Drive Market Growth

    Sponsored by: Cisco

    IDC's recent Software-Defined WAN Survey suggests continuing strong momentum for SD-WAN, with almost 95% of enterprises surveyed expecting to use SD-WAN within 24 months. Download this IDC research report to explore the top drivers of SD-WAN and look at how enterprises have benefited from adopting SD-WAN.

  • A Unified Wired and Wireless Access Edge

    Sponsored by: Cisco

    A critical step in the journey to becoming a digital business is becoming an agile organization. The challenge is that an organization can only be as agile as its least agile IT component, which today is the network—particularly the access edge. In this research report, learn how organizations can change this by implementing a unified edge.

  • IDC's Worldwide Enterprise Networking Predictions, 2019

    Sponsored by: Cisco

    Enterprises around the world are looking to upgrade their networks to ensure they can meet the needs of their digitally transforming businesses. As they do this, a variety of new technologies are being adopted. Download this IDC research report to review 10 trends that will impact the enterprise networking industry.

  • 2020 Global Networking Trends Report

    Sponsored by: Cisco

    IT teams are reaching a point where the scale and complexity of networks is exceeding their ability to manage and secure them effectively. They need new systems that simplify operations and augment human decision making. In this report, examine the emerging network technology, operations and talent trends that form the basis of this new network.

  • 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.

  • SD-WAN and Office 365: What You Need to Know

    Sponsored by: Apcela

    Regardless of what phase of Office 365 adoption you are in, the O365 Network Connectivity Principles always seems to rear its head when performance is not quite what you were expecting. In this webinar, take a look at some of those principles and how technologies like SD-WAN can help (or in some cases hurt) your performance objectives.

  • 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.

  • Is Your Enterprise Traffic Stuck in the Virtual Interstate at Rush Hour?

    Sponsored by: Apcela

    The internet cannot differentiate the importance of your enterprise traffic. However, many digitally transforming CIOs are segmenting their traffic along 3 classes and letting new, software-defined technologies make their lives easier in managing it all. Download this white paper to learn more.

  • Are You Still Testing Your Wireless by Yesterday’s Methods?

    Sponsored by: 7SIGNAL

    There are two big mistakes you can make with Wi-Fi. The first is never testing it. The second is measuring its performance by outdated methods. Today’s truly effective wireless management employs multiple metrics to boost performance and productivity. In this white paper, explore common mistakes and myths which can cause Wi-Fi problems.

  • 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.

  • Report: SD-WAN Vendor Market 2019

    Sponsored by: VeloCloud, now part of VMware

    The SD-WAN market is in the early growth stage of the product lifecycle. Key factors driving market adoption include: cost savings from efficient usage of private and public networks, ability to optimize hybrid cloud/multi-cloud connectivity, and application-aware routing. Read the Frost and Sullivan analyst report to get the full details.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Automate Your Network with Red Hat

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    With network automation, network operations teams can quickly respond to dynamic, ever-changing workload requirements for flexible capacity, application security, load balancing, and multi-cloud integrations. In this white paper, learn how to get started with common network automation tasks using Red Hat.

  • SD-Core: Multi-Layer, Multi-Domain Control for Heterogeneous Networks

    Sponsored by: Lumina Networks

    SD-Core is an open source-based solution which returns network control to the service provider and enables future-proof service agility. SD-Core also leverages next-generation SDN architectures to provide end-to-end network visibility. In this brief, learn more about SD-Core and explore key features of Lumina SD-Core products.

  • Lumina Extension & Adaptation Platform (LEAP) Demo

    Sponsored by: Lumina Networks

    Lumina Extension & Adaptation Platform (LEAP) is a modern software framework from Lumina that enables automation of legacy network elements using model-driven frameworks, in an extensible fashion. In this demo, learn more about how to use LEAP and key features of the product.

  • Network Enlightenment

    Sponsored by: Lumina Networks

    As the communications industry grapples with more flexible technology, providers that can create flexible, customer-centric services will quickly separate themselves from their competition. In this white paper, learn how automation will help service providers support this transformation while allowing them to thrive in Open Source communities.

  • Riding the Tidal Wave of e-Sports in Schools

    Sponsored by: Extreme Networks

    E-Sports is experiencing rapid growth. However, when starting an e-Sports program it is important to make sure your technology can support the initiative. It’s essential to invest in a resilient, secure, and low-latency network that ensures high-performance connectivity. In this white paper, learn how to launch a successful e-Sports program.

  • Extreme Elements for Retail

    Sponsored by: Extreme Networks

    Amid digital transformation, retail businesses are facing heightened pressures to enhance customer experience and improve business outcomes. To meet these expectations, a retailer’s IT network solution is a critical part of their winning formula. In this white paper, learn how Extreme Elements can help drive essential goals specific to retail.

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