Posts about Enterprise

The enterprise is quickly migrating from a single-cloud strategy to a multi-cloud footing as a means to cope with the increasingly heavy data loads of emerging service-based business models. It doesn't take long, however, to realize that performance of these distributed architectures is tied directly to network connectivity. Unfortunately, network solutions tend to become more expensive as demands for bandwidth and flexibility mount, putting the enterprise in a difficult position when it comes to meeting the demands of increasingly tech-savvy users at a reasonable price point ...

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Data loads are getting larger, data ecosystems are becoming more distributed and data users are demanding real-time performance. For the enterprise, this is the triple-play of bad news because it puts the pressure on legacy network architectures to function in ways that their designers could scarcely imagine ...
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The enterprise is rapidly deploying new classes of compute and storage on the network edge in order to service the plethora of devices that are populating the internet of things (IoT). But while the edge forms a vital link between centralized resources and the multitude of data points all around us, it is by no means the only link in what is emerging as a highly dynamic and intelligent data chain. In between the data center, the cloud facility and the edge is a host of systems and architectures that some experts are starting to call “fog computing” ...


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One of the biggest challenges the enterprise faces with the advent of big data and the internet of things is what to do about the network edge. Emerging data patterns require an edge that is not only distributed across a wide area, largely on third-party infrastructure that is beyond the direct control of IT, but one that can handle a much broader set of responsibilities than traditional security and access ...
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