Higher education is a hotbed of BYOD activity, making detailed traffic monitoring critical. Enterprises should take note.
Articles by Jude Chao
The challenges of BYOD, mobility, cloud, and virtualization are making automation necessary for security.
At the Optical Fiber Communication conference, the Ethernet Alliance demonstrated the interoperability of the ecosystem.
Some in the optical world set their sights on software defined networking.
All looks rosy inside the SDN bubble as leaders and upstarts in the networking industry come together to push software defined networking and what it can do.
Vendors gathered on the Open Networking Summit expo floor to showcase software defined networking solutions. Here are six that caught our eye.
Microsoft data center networking and platform expert talks vendor missteps in the software defined era and points the way toward innovation and success.
Networking vendor pushes "profit-based policy generation" and server-on-a-switch SDN and NFV platform.
VMware's Martin Casado defines network virtualization and discusses more use cases.
Dan Pitt of the Open Networking Foundation makes an announcement, and ONS 2014 keynote speakers make the case for open source SDN.
A month after the release of OpenDaylight Hydrogen, the OpenDaylight open source SDN project gives some new details about Helium.
Vendor announces portfolio-wide OpenFlow 1.3 support, discusses Cisco's "SDN-washing."