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#eWEEKchat Tuesday, May 25: ‘Next-Gen Networking’

On Tuesday, May 25, at 11 a.m. PDT/2 p.m. EDT/7 p.m. GMT, @eWEEKNews will host its 98th monthly #eWEEKChat. The topic will be  “Next-Gen...

Cisco Systems Envisions the Future of Voice Calling 

Voice calls are dead, correct? That’s what people have been predicting for almost two decades, but the reality is that calling is still quite...

Why Secure App Delivery Should Be a Requirement

The explosion of digital life in the COVID-19 era has made network traffic balancing, optimization and security a critical priority for businesses, schools and...

Eight Best Practices for Securing Long-Term Remote Work

Organizations may face a number of potential emergency situations, such as illnesses, floods, natural disasters, power outages, and even cybercrime. Implementing a business continuity...

How Fast Object Storage is Aiding the Cloud Transformation Journey

The events of last year caused organizations to shift gears quickly, often accelerating the timeline for their cloud strategy – including the adoption or...

VMware Names COO Raghu Raghuram Its New CEO

In somewhat of a surprise to many IT business observers, VMware on May 12 announced Raghu Raghuram, a 17-year veteran of the Palo Alto,...

How Dell’s APEX is Driving a Corporate Update

Virtually all large-scale tech conferences highlight broadly focused strategic initiatives and objectives. Many are described by vendors as "transformational," but more than a few...

DigiCert Extends Security Certificate Management for On-Premises Deployments

DigiCert has introduced a new solution that lays the groundwork for complete and autonomous on-premises security certificate management. The new DigiCert Automation Manager is...

How SASE with Zero Trust Framework Secures Remote Workers

Our lives have been transformed by the COVID pandemic. We have changed the way we work remotely and are unlikely to be back to...

IBM’s LinuxONE III Express: Off the Shelf with Mainframe-Class Features 

The IBM mainframe endures as both a concept and commercial system for several factors, but chief among them is the architecture’s inherent flexibility. That...