Articles by Arthur Cole 

From Building Networks to Consuming Them

The network as a service model will require a shift in thinking for enterprise IT.

The Importance of M2M in the IoT

Enterprises will need to upgrade their networks to enable the machine-to-machine communication necessary for the Internet of Things.

The Steady March of Open Networking into the Enterprise

Several recent industry announcements show that vendors and their enterprise customers are embracing open networking.

Rich Media and the IoT: A Networking Nightmare

As IoT devices begin collecting video and audio data, enterprises will need new networking hardware in order to cope.

Cisco and AppDynamics: Software is Truly Eating the Network

Cisco's latest acquisition represents and important shift for the networking giant.

No Digital Transformation without Networking

Enterprises must adapt their networks and their business models if they want to continue to thrive.

The Network in 2017: From Planning to Execution

Networking this year will be all about delivering great application experiences over distance.

Network Visibility: More than Just Simple Management

As network complexity grows, so does monitoring and management.

Creating the Seamless IoT Network

The IoT is going to require a new kind of network.

Are Hyperscalers Taking Over Enterprise Network Design?

The hyperscale infrastructure trend is affecting networking technology.

How the IoT Will Change the Enterprise

How will the Internet of Things affect enterprise networks?

Automation and the Network Admin

The role of network admins will certainly change as IT automation takes hold.

Looking for Better Networking? It's All in the Fabric

Fabric architectures are the future of networking.

Architecting Networks for the Big Data Lake

With so much data to analyze, how do you build a network architecture to access it all?

Managing the Abstract Network in the Era of SDN

How far are we from self-service networks of the future?

FPGAs Poised to Remake Enterprise Networking

The answer to networking needs could be in chips.

Can SDN Produce a Single Data Network?

Is a single virtual network possible? Yes and no.

Connectivity in a Geo-Distributed Data Environment

The need to push connectivity across greater distances is becoming critical.

Enterprise Networking: Thriving Through Change

Even as network infrastructure consolidates, demand for connectivity will rise.

SDN and the Network Reliability Factor

SDN promises to make networks more reliable. But how can we be sure we are not just pushing risk to the virtual layer?

SDN: The Network Piece of the SDDC

The software defined network is but a stepping stone on the way to the software defined data center.

All Roads Lead to 100 Gbps Ethernet

Ease the migration to 100 GbE by following some expert tips that apply to every possible path to 100 G.

Networking the Enterprise's Digital Transformation

Time is running out for enterprises who've yet to transition to a more "liquid" network infrastructure.

Will Google Win the Cloud Through Containers?

Container networking will be critical to the enterprise cloud, and Google’s Kubernetes is making some moves to establish dominance.

Virtual Networks: A Game-Changer for Enterprise Video

SDN and NFV set to enable ever more accessible high-quality video services for enterprise communication and collaboration.

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