Why Cloud Networking Solutions from Traditional CDN Vendors Won’t Work
EVP, StreamingMedia.com and Principal Analyst, Frost & Sullivan, Dan Rayburn, in his recent blog, talked about how traditional CDN vendors are looking at the larger WAN market, and are introducing cloud networking solutions for global businesses. Dan[...]
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Managing Global Networks is No Fairy Tale
Maybe you’ve never associated the IT problems of network managers with Cinderella’s, but having to chase and resolve endless latency and packet loss concerns on the global WAN really keeps the tech folks locked away. They aren’t[...]
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What AVANT has to say about WAN as-a-Service
Our friends at AVANT, the nation’s premier distributor of next generation technologies in communications and IT infrastructure, recently published a blog post that reveals the benefits of WAN delivered as a service. They talk about how today’s[...]
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Dissecting Cloud Security Strategies – IT Conference | Blog
After spending more than 20 years in the IT and cloud security industry, I have joined Aryaka Networks, a company headquartered in Silicon Valley that is revolutionizing the enterprise WAN space. I lead Aryaka’s Global Security and[...]
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The Zero-Compromise WAN Manifesto
In our global economy, enterprises rely on the WAN to conduct business with branch offices, overseas partners, suppliers, and more. When you do business overseas, you shouldn’t have to compromise between speed and performance on one hand,[...]
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Feeling like MPLS means More Pay Less Service? Consider this.
Here’s a quick quiz. Question 1: Is your company looking to globalize? Question 2: Are you moving your applications to the cloud? If you answered yes to either of these, you might reconsider the value of your[...]
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ExpressRoute [Alone] is not the Silver Lining
The uptake in cloud services by South African enterprises – driven most recently by the aggressive adoption of Microsoft Office 365 and Azure – has created a new set of network challenges. The success of Cloud has[...]
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CXO Insights: Can your CDN handle a Cloud based Web Application?
Content Delivery Networks have been around for almost two decades now. And their primary goal has almost always been the same—to deliver web resources faster to global end users. In the 90s, websites used to be a collection of static images and text. The legacy CDNs[...]
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What Microsoft’s recent Earnings Release means for enterprise networking
In their recently published Earnings Release for FY15 Q4, Microsoft announced that their commercial cloud revenue grew by 88%. The growth was driven by Office 365, Azure, and Dynamics CRM Online, and their commercial cloud business is[...]
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WANs sing the blues
They call it stormy Monday, but Tuesday’s just as bad They call it stormy Monday, but Tuesday’s just as bad Lord and Wednesday’s worse, Thursday’s oh so sad…    I’m sure most IT administrators can relate to these[...]
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The State of the Global Enterprise WAN: Want to increase productivity? Lose the public Internet.
Rarely will you come across a CIO, IT Director, Network Architect, or Network Manager who does not complain about network problems, and most of their complaints, whether they know it or not, are actually about the middle[...]
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Winter is Coming
“Thousands of years ago, there came the long night that lasted a generation. Kings froze to death in their castles, same as the shepherds in their huts; and women wept and felt the tears freeze on their[...]
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