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  • Top 10 Reasons to Consider Open Networking

    Sponsored by: Cumulus Networks

    Modern application demands continue to accelerate the transition from complex, proprietary, legacy networks to modern, open and disaggregated, web-scale architectures. In this white paper, explore 10 reasons you should consider moving to open networking.

  • 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.

  • Finding Your Way Around Microsoft Teams

    Sponsored by: Insight

    Microsoft Teams is an online collaboration app that provides a group workspace for team members to work together on files, communicate in real-time and attend online meetings. In this webcast, Pat Finlayson and James Wilson demonstrate how to find your way around Microsoft Teams.

  • 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.

  • Collaborating with Others in Teams

    Sponsored by: Insight

    In order to accommodate the growing trend of teamwork, many organizations are implementing collaboration tools such as Microsoft Teams. In this webcast, Pat Finlayson and James Wilson demonstrate how to collaborate with others in Microsoft Teams by messaging, adding groups and channels to your Teams and collaborating on files within Teams.

  • Scheduling and Attending Meetings in Teams

    Sponsored by: Insight

    Today, many organizations are moving to Microsoft Teams. This is due to the changing work environment and varying employee preferences. In this webcast, Pat Finlayson and James Wilson demonstrate how to use Microsoft Teams to create, manage and record meetings.

  • 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.

  • How to Personalize Teams

    Sponsored by: Insight

    In the last 5 to 6 years the workplace has changed quite a bit. In fact, it is estimated that in 2020, 72% of employees will be working remotely. A tool like Microsoft Teams will help to enable people to work collaboratively in the most efficient way possible. In this webcast, explore a demonstration of how to use Microsoft Teams.

  • VMware NSX Cloud and AWS

    Sponsored by: VMware

    In this brief, learn how VMware NSX Cloud can help provide a common and consistent way to secure and manage cloud native workloads across the public cloud as well as on-premises workloads.

  • Real-World Customers with VMware Network Automation

    Sponsored by: VMware

    Provisioning and management of most application infrastructure components is automated, but networking and security largely are not. In this white paper, explore 5 case studies of organizations that built networking and security automation into their development process with the help of VMware Network Automation.

  • How to Simplify Monitoring for Complex Network Devices

    Sponsored by: SolarWinds, Inc.

    If you’ve ever been tasked with monitoring and managing Palo Alto Networks firewalls, Cisco ASAs, F5 load balancers or Cisco Nexus devices, you understand this task can be very complex. Download this e-book to explore a number of ways to overcome common challenges of monitoring and managing these devices.

  • Modernize Your Network with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    Network automation is critical for supporting the increasing application and workload needs of modern, digital business. It allows NetOps teams to rapidly configure, scale, secure, and integrate network infrastructure and application services. In this white paper, learn more about automation.

  • 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.

  • WAN Edge Infrastructure

    Sponsored by: Silver Peak

    WAN Edge Infrastructure now incorporates a broader set of network functions, including traditional routing, security, SD-WAN, and WAN optimization. In this Gartner Magic Quadrant, explore an evaluation of platforms available for the WAN edge and key insights into the Leaders, Challengers, Visionaries and Niche players.

  • Network Changes: Dealing with “The Only Constant”

    Sponsored by: SolarWinds, Inc.

    Your network isn't static. It's a dynamic, living entity that is constantly changing. But, if these changes aren't implemented right, it can have catastrophic results. Find out how to manage the changes in your network environment effectively and seamlessly.

  • Thou Shalt Not Pass… I Think?!

    Sponsored by: SolarWinds, Inc.

    Monitoring and managing VPN concentrators and the combined technology within devices like Cisco ASAs, can be challenging. However, organizations are starting to have a better handle on their networks because they can control them with adaptive devices. In this white paper, learn about breakthroughs for monitoring and managing these technologies.

  • Mobile World Congress 2019: The year 5G use cases got real

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this e-guide we will examine some of the bigger themes that emerged over the course of Mobile World Congress 2019 - which now attracts over 100,000 people every year.

  • The Strange Case of the Hole in the 5G Core and the Missing Startups

    Sponsored by: Lumina Networks

    The Mobile World Congress event, an industry jamboree to celebrate all things telecom and mobile, was held in October 2019. This year, however, behind the excitement around 5G was a more private level of concern in the smaller sessions away from the keynotes. In this blog, learn about the growing issue of startup funding in the telco world.

  • Network Service Mesh, OpenDaylight & LEAP Integration Demo

    Sponsored by: Lumina Networks

    Prem Gopannan, Director of Engineering for Lumina Networks, demonstrates a new open source project, Network Service Mesh, and shows how it integrates with Lumina’s extension to OpenDaylight, LEAP. Download this demo to learn more.

  • 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.

  • Wi-Fi 6 for Dummies

    Sponsored by: Extreme Networks

    Wi-Fi 6 is the new generation of Wi-Fi technology with a new focus on efficiency and performance. In this e-book, learn about Wi-Fi 6 efficiency enhancements as well as the real-world implications of this historic evolution of Wi-Fi technology. Also, get an introduction to the robust offering of Wi-Fi 6 access points from Extreme Networks.

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