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  • WAN optimisation: improving the performance of business applications

    How can WAN optimisation support IT consumerisation and cloud computing?

  • Euro 2012’s communications infrastructure to boost football technology

    Orange and TP must deliver a communications infrastructure to ensure Euro 2012 is broadcast worldwide without glitches. SearchNetworkingUK discusses the challenges.

  • Secure remote access enables virtual desktops, mobility

    St. Richard’s Catholic College in East Sussex implemented secure remote access to allow mobile access to network resources while rolling out virtual desktop learning tools.

  • Wireless remote access extends Trafford Council network

    Wireless remote access helped Trafford Council support an agile workforce and consolidate old buildings with secure remote access to its private and public network.

  • Web SSL VPN advantages: Secure remote access

    View this business case to understand Web SSL VPN advantages and how they compare with traditional IPsec virtual private networks. Learn in this tip how secure remote access can be easier, faster and cheaper for enterprise wide area networks (WANs).

  • MPLS VPN basics

    In this review of MPLS VPN basics, discover the differences between MPLS VPN and traditional virtual private networks, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of this service provider offering.

  • When to update wide area network security architecture

    Wide area network security architecture needs to take into account that not all traffic is destined for the data centre. Learn how to update network security architecture in order to protect your corporate data during a server consolidation project.

  • Using a VPN is crucial for securing road warriors

    WAN managers must protect corporate data by ensuring that their road warriors are using a VPN, because being exposed on DEF CON's Wall of Sheep is the least of your worries.

  • Find the best MPLS/VPN service for your WAN

    Despite the many names given to MPLS/VPNs by marketers, there are only three types of MPLS-based VPN services with very distinct characteristics. If you’re able to map their service descriptions into one of these classes, you’ll immediately understand the benefits and drawbacks of the service offerings and have the knowledge to choose the appropriate MPLS service for your enterprise wide area network (WAN).

  • Will CX win over enterprise networkers seeking cloud online storage?

    CX is targeting enterprises with its cloud online storage service and is pledging a NASA developed network security architecture. Its CTO explains all to SearchNetworking UK.

  • Network reliability to win over innovation in 2012, says Cisco survey

    Cisco’s first TechWatch 2012 report finds network reliability as opposed to innovation or performance is the most important factor for network architects in the new year ahead.

  • Euro 2012’s communications infrastructure to boost football technology

    Orange and TP must deliver a communications infrastructure to ensure Euro 2012 is broadcast worldwide without glitches. SearchNetworkingUK discusses the challenges.

  • WAN disaster recovery: Testing your solution

    Having a WAN disaster recovery plan is crucial for businesses performing data duplication between multiple locations. Learn how a UK property management firm ensured their solution could grow with them and how they test it regularly.

  • Who needs two ISPs? Depends on your downtime value

    Wide area network (WAN) managers need to think less like techies and more like business strategists when deciding whether to power the WAN with one or multiple service providers. Enterprises have to decide how much risk they can tolerate and weigh that against their budgets.

  • Do you need a WAN disaster recovery plan?

    A WAN disaster recovery plan is a vital component of an organisation's overall disaster recovery plan, but possibly an overlooked one. Bringing remote users back online, along with the data centres they connect to, should be high on a WAN engineer's list of priorities.

  • Can you trust virtual WAN optimisation for DR?

    Virtual WAN optimisation appliances today handle lightweight tasks in branches, but vendors are releasing products they claim can handle data replication and disaster recovery.