Wed 17 July, 2019

Public internet should be all software-defined

2019-07-25T20:45:12+03:00Wed 17 July, 2019|Tags: , |

The public internet should migrate to a programmable backbone-as-a-service architecture, says a team of network engineers behind NOIA, a startup promising to revolutionize global traffic. They say the internet will be more efficient if internet protocols and routing technologies are re-worked and th..

Thu 23 May, 2019

Online performance benchmarks all companies should try to achieve

2019-05-27T12:52:40+03:00Thu 23 May, 2019|Tags: , , , , , |

There's no doubt about it: We have entered the experience economy, and digital performance is more important than ever. Customer experience is the top brand differentiator, topping price and every other factor. And businesses that provide a poor digital experience will find customers will activ..

Sun 28 April, 2019

Does your cloud-access security broker support IPv6? It should.

2019-05-07T10:02:59+03:00Sun 28 April, 2019|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Cloud access security brokers (CASB) insert security between enterprises and their cloud services by providing visibility and access control, but IPv6 could be causing a dangerous blind spot. That’s because CASBs might not support IPv6, which could be in wide corporate use even in enterprises that ..

Wed 24 April, 2019

BrandPost: Is 802.11ax the End of Dual 5 -GHz Radio APs?

2019-05-07T10:03:01+03:00Wed 24 April, 2019|Tags: |

There are a lot of things that remain to be seen about how 802.11ax will affect wireless network design. An interesting side effect of the addition of OFDMA to the standard may be an end to the dual 5 GHz access point (AP). In a typical campus wireless network, we don’t need as many 2.4 GHz radios a..