Topic: networking

How to make the business case for SD-WAN

Potential SD-WAN savings can be broken down into hard and soft savings. Hard savings come from new connectivity contracts, including reduction in the use of MPLS in favor of less expensive options, such as broadband or cellular. Soft savings come from ensuring quality of service connections to cloud platforms or other hosted applications; centrally managing and ensuring comprehensive security across the WAN; and ensuring high availability connections to WAN sites and ease of management related to use of a cloud-managed SD-WAN.

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Venture Catalysts launches global incubation center in New Delhi

For this, Venture Catalysts has partnered with China Accelerator, India-Israel Innovation Centre in Israel and in the UK with Relam Investments.

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Riverbed builds digital skills with specialised certifications

​Network and application performance vendor Riverbed has revealed its Certified Performance Engineering (RCPE) program as it aims to build up industry expertise in supporting digital businesses.

Review: Belkin aims for the enterprise with Boost Up wireless charging spot

Belkin is targeting corporate users with its new wireless charging pad, but there are a few tweaks needed before it's a perfect fit for the boardroom.

Netgear delivers insight Instant VPN router

​Netgear has announced the availability of its Insight Managed Security router, Insight Instant VPN Business Router.

How to enable 5GHz Wi-Fi on your laptop

Some routers and laptops support 5GHz Wi-Fi and using it usually means a faster, better internet connection. Here's how to find out if your laptop supports it and how to enable 5GHz.

HTC Vive debuts Vive wireless adapter

HTC Vive has announced the pre-order availability of the Vive Wireless Adapter.

What to expect from Wi-Fi 6 in 2019

Access points based on Wi-Fi 6 - aka 802.11ax - will

Canon launches pocket-sized printer

​Canon has unveiled its smallest and lightest Mini Photo Printer.

UK health startup Medopad bets on the future of mobile health tech

Since the first crop of fitness trackers and wearables launched some years ago, the quantified self movement has continued to grow apace. Today, the latest edition of the Apple Watch integrates such an array of advanced health functions - most notably a heart rate tracker - that it actually qualifies as an FDA-approved medical device. Right now, all this portable health tech is targeted towards healthy, fitness conscious consumers, but will its primary function in future be monitoring health conditions?

AB InBev moves to Talend to streamline IT estate and free up data science talent

AB InBev has grown from a medieval abbey brewery in southern Belgium into the world's largest beer maker through a series of mergers and acquisitions that left it with a sprawling estate of IT systems spanning 27 different ERP systems and more than 20 Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL) tools.

TP-Link Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Power Strip review: The ultimate surge protector for the smart home (or smart home office)

This smart outlet strip has it all: sophisticated scheduling, power monitoring, and support for voice control via Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and Microsoft Cortana.