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  • Computer Weekly – 31 May 2016: The rise of machine intelligence

    Sponsored by:

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at how machine intelligence is becoming increasingly commoditised – and what it means for enterprise IT. After Three's takeover of O2 was blocked, we look at the future for the UK's mobile operators. And we find out about attempts to address some of the fundamental flaws of the internet. Read the issue now.

  • Airport's Common Use Model Relies on Modular Switches

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Read how the Greater Toronto Airports Authority adopted Cisco Catalyst 6500 switches in the wiring closet and throughout the network to enable the convergence of data, voice, and video, and provide virtualization to support a Common Use environment.

  • The Four Elements of EIGRP

    Sponsored by: Global Knowledge

    EIGRP has been used successfully for many years by enterprises of all sizes, using mostly Cisco devices. It converges as fast as any other internal gateway protocol and provides features that facilitate design, implementation, and troubleshooting. Download this resource to learn more.

  • SDN technologies primer: Revolution or evolution in architecture?

    Sponsored by: Enterasys

    While there is no single, clear definition of software-defined networking, there are two camps with two sets of beliefs. This expert e-guide digs deep into the theoretical differences between distributed control and centralized controllers. Uncover the benefits of each and why both are likely to see implementation.

  • A Different Take on Software Defined Networks

    Sponsored by: Enterasys

    Get a different take on software defined networks, who they help, the benefits you can achieve from deploying one, and key tips for utilizing one within your organization.

  • The Financial Benefit of Cisco’s Elastic Core

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Explore how three Cisco software-based initiatives for the core network can help you address the challenges facing core networks today – including the increasing volumes of traffic, diversity of services, and adoption of cloud services.

  • NYSE EuroNext Chooses Juniper Networks for Low Latency Access to Next-Generation Global Trading Data Centers and WAN

    Sponsored by: Juniper Networks, Inc.

    In this case study, discover how one financial services organization used 10 gigabit Ethernet (GbE) switches to ensure lightning-fast speed across their network reliability and with low latency.

  • 40 Gigabit Ethernet: The Migration Begins

    Sponsored by: Ixia

    It's never too early to prepare for the future, especially where data growth is concerned. In this E-Guide from, we explore the future of Ethernet and why a migration to 40 GbE is necessary to sustain future growth. View now to learn more!

  • Step Up to Cisco Premier

    Sponsored by: Comstor

    Access this one-page resource to learn about Step Up to Cisco Premier, a unique training that can help your associates receive the Cisco Premier certification so you can identify your company as a qualified, trained, and experienced Cisco resource.

  • Building the network infrastructure in your data center: Expert considerations

    Sponsored by: Brocade

    With today’s environmental concerns, even IT professionals can make a difference. Energy-efficient data center network designs are important to implement, while being cost-effective and not sacrificing performance.

  • Web Seminar: Routers Are Dead. Long Live the Router!

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Go "under the hood" of the revolutionary Cisco integrated services router. See the technological advances that will enable you to create a truly borderless network, while giving you the convenient, powerful network management features you crave in today's resource-challenged IT environment.

  • Unified Physical Infrastructure (UPI) Strategies for Thermal Management

    Sponsored by: Panduit

    This white paper demonstrates how air sealing grommets can be used to close raised floor cutout spaces and improve data center cooling efficiency. Solutions that achieve the highest level of sealing effectiveness support network uptime goals by contributing to maximum cooling efficiency and providing superior cable management.

  • Technical Brief: Next-Generation Wireless Backhaul Solutions

    Sponsored by: Brocade

    Many services, such as mobile Internet and mobile TV, require high bandwidth, and current backhaul infrastructures are not optimized to handle this traffic. Advanced routers and switches from Brocade enable highly scalable designs for the eventual convergence of voice and data infrastructure that can deliver new multimedia services.

  • Core Data Services: Basic Components for Establishing Business Value

    Sponsored by: Pitney Bowes Business Insight

    Standardizing data management practices when developing the enterprise architecture lowers risk and increases consistency; Organizational trust in the data simplifies application development. This paper explores how a set of value-added data services can reduce operational costs, increase efficiency and improve the quality of enterprise data.

  • Routers are Dead; Long Live the Router

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Get a firsthand look at the next-gen routers that will enable you to create a truly borderless network, while giving you the convenient, powerful network management features you crave in today’s resource-challenged IT environment.

  • Unsung Heroes - How Routing & Switching Keep the Business Going

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    Routers and switches are the building blocks for all business communications from data to voice and video to wireless access.

  • Emerging Multicast VPN Applications

    Sponsored by: Juniper Networks, Inc.

    This paper provides background information on MVPNs, as well as describes emerging MVPN applications.

  • Unified Communication for Dummies

    Sponsored by: Avaya Inc.

    Find here the real-world examples of how unified communications is being used now to solve critical business challenges and the tips you can use to meet your business needs in the modern, mobile work environment.

  • Networking Basics: What You Need to Know

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    When looking at networking basics, understanding the way a network operates is the first step to understanding routing and switching. Read this white paper for more.

  • Building Your Network Foundation: Routing and Switching Made Simple

    Sponsored by: Cisco Systems, Inc.

    This guide examines the critical issues of networking, how it works, and how it can help you achieve a competitive edge.

  • Why CRM? The Business Case for Customer Relationship Management

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    Organizations are adopting CRM solutions because they understand that having the technology to execute a customer-centric strategy is a business imperative. Learn the strategic value of CRM -- increased revenue, productivity, and customer satisfaction.

  • Using Veritas Provisioning Manager in Multiple Site Environments: Issues, Evaluation, Recommendations

    Sponsored by: Symantec Corporation

    Server provisioning can be transformed by the Veritas Provisional Manager, but many users stumble when trying to implement the Provisional Manager across multiple sites. Learn the considerations that should be evaluated prior to implementation.

  • Inbound Routing with NetSatisFAXTion©

    Sponsored by: FaxBack, Inc.

    This white paper describes the inbound routing methods used by NET SatisFAXtion.

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