Topic: networking

What is Microsoft’s Intune – and how well does the UEM tool really work?

Microsoft's unified endpoint management offering, Intune, has the potential to reduce time and effort managing desktop and mobile work environments. But it's not without its own set of problems, according to users.

Alternatives to Nmap: from simple to advanced network scanning

Nmap has established itself as a premier, free, open-source network mapping tool. There are alternatives that are also free, though they vary in their sophistication and ease of use.

What is Wireshark? What this essential troubleshooting tool does and how to use it

Wireshark is a must-have (and free) network protocol analyzer for any security professional or systems administrator. It's like Jaws, only for packets.

How Essex is trying to become the smartest county in the UK

Essex may not be a city, but that hasn't stopped the progressive county council from pursuing various smart city pilots, from smart street lamps to smart care homes and rural broadband.

HPE Aruba to commence manufacturing in India

The move aims to support the Make in India and Digital India initiatives, will also strengthen the company’s existing R&D capabilities.

5 data storage trends disrupting the Indian market

The world’s total data volume is growing exponentially every minute, with sizeable data pouring in from banking, insurance and telecom giants, as also from healthcare and automobile sectors, with others following close.

CBA and EY pilot blockchain-backed, shared smart asset platform

​Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) and Ernst & Young (EY) have developed a blockchain-based platform to enable high-value assets to be more easily shared between businesses.

TensorFlow.js puts machine learning in the browser

The WebGL-accelerated library works with the Node.js server-side JavaScript runtime, but isn’t on par with Tensorflow’s Python API

LG ink parternship with Luxoft to bring WebOS to cars

​LG Electronics and Luxoft have announced a new partnership that will see WebOS expand from TVs to cars.​

Thomas Duryea Logicalis offers project management on demand

Thomas Duryea Logicalis has launched project management-as-a-service to provide customers with on-demand digital resources.

Telco compute and storage infrastructure market to reach USD 16.3bn

The market for compute and storage infrastructure for telecommunications providers will reach US$16.3 billion in 2022 as a result of a steady 6.2 per cent annual growth, according to recent data released by IDC.

Digital Realty CFO Krupal Raval on why tech giants are moving data centres to SE Asia

Raval spoke to CIO Asia about the state of data centres in the region and why the biggest providers are relocating there