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27 Aug 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [65737]
Vol 234 Issues 1 and 2; Vol 233 Issues 1, 2,3 and 4; Vol 232 Issues 3 and 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • 50% Of Ex-Employees Can Still Access Corporate Apps
  • Why AI Is More Important Than Big Data For IoT Development
  • Public Vs. Private Cloud Cost Comparison Finds Enterprise Winners
  • Top 4 Big Data Skills For Engineers
  • Never Say These 11 Things During A Job Interview (Unless You Don't Want The Job)
  • The CISO & The Board: A Love-Hate Relationship?
  • Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies Fulfill Paypal's Original Goal, Says Ex Paypal COO
  • 8 Job Features That Appeal To Millennial Employees
  • Make Your CIO More Relevant Using Business Architecture
  • Serverless Architecture Could Cure Devops Pain

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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16 Aug 2017 World's Largest IPv6 Network Reaches A Milestone [65684]
Data Center Knowledge, August 16th, 2017

"Everybody was probably sporting smiles on Monday at Hurricane Electric's headquarters in Fremont, California. Why? The network operator, which runs a vital part of the internet's backbone, announced it's become the first network in the world to connect to over 4,000 IPv6 networks. If they handed out gold medals for such things, this would be the company's second trophy for the same category. In 2010 it became the first to connect to 1,000 IPv6 networks..."
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14 Aug 2017 WANs, Tunnels And Tags Are Things Of The Past [65667]
Network World, August 14th, 2017

"A look at WAN deployments through the ages. The future of WANs is no-WAN...

It is probably safe to assume that private networking has been an afterthought. In fact, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) document (RFC 1918) that created private network addresses that are 'un-routable' was released years after BGP-4 and IPV6 were codified into standards.

In order to join private networks to each other, wide area networks (WANs) emerged..."
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14 Aug 2017 What CISOs Need To Know About The Psychology Behind Security Analysis [65669]
Dark Reading, August 14th, 2017

"A look at WAN deployments through the ages. The future of WANs is no-WAN...

It is probably safe to assume that private networking has been an afterthought. In fact, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) document (RFC 1918) that created private network addresses that are 'un-routable' was released years after BGP-4 and IPV6 were codified into standards.

In order to join private networks to each other, wide area networks (WANs) emerged. Initially, the benefits obtained by WANs were just pure connectivity. Subsequent benefits accrued, including the belief that private networks were secure because addresses of servers and clients in the private address could not be reached from the public network unless a 'translation' or rule was established. This, however, may no longer be the case..."
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26 Jun 2017 Time To Consider A Move To IPv6 [64618]
Network World, June 26th 2017

"The growth of the IoT means organizations need to start considering migrating to IPv6. Failing to migrate will restrict their ability to be flexible and innovative...

Organizations should consider migrating their network infrastructure and devices over to IPv6. It may be a challenge to persuade leadership to prioritize it over other projects such as cloud computing or big data migrations, but it is essential to start planning for a migration..."
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