There is a memorable line from the movie The Usual Suspects. Kevin Spacey’s character Verbal Kint says “The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist.”
In IT, there is a near equivalent. As the world accelerates towards cloud everything, it seems a near certainty most enterprise workloads will move to the cloud in some form or another. As they do, we will collectively look back
IP communication specialists utilise state-of-the-art core network in order to meet its customers’ demands.
Infopact was established in 1995 and serves more than 12,000 customers. Following the fast growth of its customer base, Infopact required a renewed solution for its core network infrastructure - one that is highly avai
Si nous observons l’évolution des technologies informatiques au cours de 25 dernières années, il semble que le développement des malwares ou le vol de données suivent de près les avancées technologiques majeures. Examinons les exemples suivants :
Le développement des serveurs et des PC de bureau a rapidement été suivi par l’apparition des virus informatiques. Vous souvenez-vous de Cascade, l'un des premiers virus ?
Juniper Networks recently made a $1 million investment in Alchemist Accelerator, a seed-stage accelerator for enterprise start-ups. Alchemist targets teams with technical founders, backing their startups with a small cash investment, mentorship and co-working space.
Alchemist accepts 20 companies every four months to their six-month program focused on customer development, sales and fundraising. Alchemist aims to h
NorthStar Controller provides you the visibility you need for your transition to SPRING Over the last few years, there have been many ways to incorporate SDN into your network. One of the latest SDN introductions for the WAN is Source Routing in Packet Networks, or SPRING Routing introducing the next generation application driven network technology. There has been rapid adoption of this technology from companies su
Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are the new orange in networking. The most common storyline is that algorithms will drive behavior. The theory is that they represent another logical opportunity for vendors to move “up stack”.
And while it is true that algorithms will (at least initially) provide a proprietary means of making solutions better, they aren’t the only lucrative aspect of a move