Businesses today need anywhere, anytime access to resources, which means networking and security must move to the cloud to deliver a single converged service with flexible deployment and consumption models. Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) combines networking and security functions in the cloud to deliver secure access to applications, anywhere users need them.
Choosing a silicon architecture typically means a seamlessly endless series of decisions. Do you want routing versus web-scale switching? Deep or shallow buffered? High or low scale? Scheduled or unscheduled fabric? Cisco Silicon One™ is a breakthrough technology because it enables a single silicon architecture that doesn’t make you have to choose.
What if your network could scale anywhere with high performance, the cloud could improve your network operations and increase agility, and your network could be secured and protected by measuring, verifying, and enforcing the integrity of your network in real time? You can enjoy all this and more with Cisco 8000 Series routers
You’re an IT leader for a rural healthcare organization. You’re doing your job keeping the facility in operations, but then the pandemic happened. Suddenly, keeping the lights, printers, security cameras, Wi-Fi, medical equipment and other hardware running on the network isn’t enough.
Recently, GDT sat down with NetApp’s Director of GSI Solutions Engineering, Lee Howard. Here’s what he had to say about the future of NetApp, FlexPod, and more.
In January, we spoke about 6 trends to watch for in 2020, but for all of the predictions and hopes we had for the year, 2020 clearly had its own set of plans.