Before enterprises can truly deploy orchestration and automation platforms they must understand what they are, and what they are not.
Having digital twins that learn at the edge can help ease concerns over data custody, confidentiality, and privacy as major cloud vendors deliver more machine learning-based insights to the edge.
Active monitoring keeps your networks and organization in “always on” condition.
Following the Equifax breach, which exploited an open source framework library, many organizations increased their security postures, but that doesn't mean that open source is safe to use again.
Even enterprises not in a multi-cloud environment must begin making their security decisions with it in mind. If they don’t, they risk some of their decisions quickly becoming obsolete.
During the last five years, the NFV market has been heating up, but in order to reach the next steps of innovation and growth the market must fill a number of technological gaps.
Over the years, Telecom Expense Management has helped organizations optimize and gain visibility into usage trends, expenses, and financial allocation — and now it can address a broader set of IT and cloud services.
The SD-WAN supply chain becomes critically important, as it includes the planning and management of all application delivery infrastructure involved in sourcing, procurement, deployment, and logistics.
Software-defined storage is rising to the top of the storage market, but before selecting a solution, it’s important to determine the features and capabilities for your specific set of needs.
Multi-cloud is a powerful new option for enterprise customers, but it has its complexities — especially regarding security. Users need a simple and consistent way to protect the data-in-motion going between the clouds.
Telecom providers are increasingly using OpenStack for NFV, 5G, and IoT. The open source platform offers providers options to alleviate the burdens of migrating to the cloud.
As AI and ML begin to reach their full potential, the race is on between network administrators and attackers to implement the technologies into their procedures, for better or for worse.
In this zero-trust world, no data is safe. In order to tighten security in cloud-based environments, enterprises must embrace the truth about security.
The rapidly evolving threat environment, coupled with a more vulnerable enterprise network signals a paradigm shift in how organizations will protect data residing on multi-cloud systems.
Hybrid cloud environments present a revolutionary change in how organizations store and manage their data. But what happens if access to the cloud is compromised or interrupted?