SASE Model Proving Value Beyond Remote Work Scenarios

SASE Model Proving Value Beyond Remote Work Scenarios

When the pandemic hit, enterprises rushed to the new cloud-based networking solutions for remote employees. Now it’s being applied to on-prem data centers and WANs.

Latest AI articles

Making the most of sentiment analysis

Making the most of sentiment analysis

October 7, 2021
Thanks to machine learning, companies can now begin to put the ability to determine the emotional value of communication to work. Here’s how organizations can capitalize.
What is AIOps? Injecting intelligence into IT operations

What is AIOps? Injecting intelligence into IT operations

September 2, 2021
Organizations seeking to better monitor IT assets are turning to artificial intelligence to get ahead of performance issues and to automate fixes before negative impacts are felt.
What is information architecture? Structuring content for maximum value

What is information architecture? Structuring content for maximum value

August 18, 2021
CIO–Information architecture ensures content and data is structured, organized, and categorized in an effective and usable way, thereby maximizing the value of your websites and applications.
How Salesforce finds and upskills AI talent

How Salesforce finds and upskills AI talent

July 30, 2021
CIO–The talent gap is the No. 1 impediment to AI success. Salesforce.com’s multipronged approach can provide IT leaders with a playbook for finding and upskilling talent where they may not have thought to look.

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SASE Model Proving Value Beyond Remote Work Scenarios

SASE Model Proving Value Beyond Remote Work Scenarios

September 30, 2021
When the pandemic hit, enterprises rushed to the new cloud-based networking solutions for remote employees. Now it’s being applied to on-prem data centers and WANs.
What to expect from SASE certifications

What to expect from SASE certifications

September 16, 2021
NETWORK WORLD–Free and fee-based SASE certifications are cropping up from vendors including Cato Networks, Netskope and Versa Networks. Are they worth the effort?
Zero-Trust Model Gains Luster Following Azure Security Flaw

Zero-Trust Model Gains Luster Following Azure Security Flaw

September 3, 2021
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE–Microsoft Azure vulnerability, ChaosDB, exposes the fact that enterprises can’t simply trust cloud providers to protect the infrastructure. Experts point to the zero-trust model and ID-based authentication as critical to cloud security strategy.
Microsoft Azure Vulnerability ‘Breaks Secure Multitenancy’

Microsoft Azure Vulnerability ‘Breaks Secure Multitenancy’

August 31, 2021
DATA CENTER KNOWLEDGE–Researchers from cloud security firm Wiz reported an Azure vulnerability affecting Cosmos DB that gave them complete access to thousands of Azure customers.

Latest Networking articles

What to expect from SASE certifications

What to expect from SASE certifications

September 16, 2021
NETWORK WORLD–Free and fee-based SASE certifications are cropping up from vendors including Cato Networks, Netskope and Versa Networks. Are they worth the effort?
Cisco CCNA certification explained

Cisco CCNA certification explained

July 21, 2021
Cisco Certified Network Associate is an associate-level certification designed to demonstrate that a candidate understands the fundamentals of networking, including network access, IP connectivity, security basics, and automation and programmability.
Energy company deploys edge devices to improve drilling efficiency

Energy company deploys edge devices to improve drilling efficiency

May 28, 2021
NETWORK WORLD–Stackable Hivecell boxes process data at the edge for real-time decision making and analytics.
Network training 2021: Businesses grow their own IT expertise to meet new challenges

Network training 2021: Businesses grow their own IT expertise to meet new challenges

January 18, 2021
NETWORK WORLD—With COVID-19 and a rising need for SASE, SD-WAN and cloud skills, businesses increasingly rely on in-house training to provide hands-on experience.

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Body language master list for writers

December 17, 2020
Body language master list for writers

“Show, don’t tell” is the first lesson of Fiction Writing 101, and one of the easiest and quickest fixes is to replace the emotional adverbs and adjectives with some body language. For example, instead of “He said, sadly,” you could…

Resources for writers

September 7, 2020
Resources for writers

Our master list of best resources for writers of fantasy, horror and sci-fi. Writing advice sites Writer’s Knowledge Base: Huge database of more than 40,000 articles about writing. Always my favorite place to start to research any writing problem (other than…

MetaStellar site soft launch

August 6, 2020
MetaStellar site soft launch

We’ve just started doing the initial design of the website for MetaStellar, our new magazine of speculative fiction. The magazine will officially launch on September 1. It will pay authors of new, previously unpublished short fiction 8 cents per word…

14 Reasons to Use Google Docs to Write

August 3, 2020
14 Reasons to Use Google Docs to Write

I use Google Docs. Most writers use Microsoft Word, Scrivener, or Google Docs to write their novels, with a few other, lesser-known platforms thrown in. I also use other platforms, including Word and Filemaker — but I like Google Docs…

Writing Advice Sites

August 3, 2020
Writing Advice Sites

Our list of great sites for beginning speculative fiction writers. Writer’s Knowledge Base Huge database of more than 40,000 articles about writing. Always my favorite place to start to research any writing problem (other than Google, of course). These are…

Do I quote vendors in articles?

June 4, 2020
Do I quote vendors in articles?

(Image courtesy Geralt via Pixabay.) This question has been coming up a lot lately, and there’s a whole speech I give about this, so I thought I’d write it down and just refer people to this…