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23 Apr 2017 Machine Learning Solutions Put A Twist On Enterprise Network Architecture [62524]
Network World, April 13th 2017

We are already seeing machine learning applied to problems such as network management, enterprise security and IoT

Peter Thornycroft writes in Network World, "Machine learning is a modern wonder, but as with any new technology, opinions differ as to what the future holds. Some label it a fad, while others see limitless applications.

We are firmly in the optimistic camp. Machine learning, even as it continues to develop, is already widely understood, and open-source libraries and cloud computing engines make the technology accessible to every software engineer. Most important, machine learning solutions are finding their way into enterprise networks. We already see machine learning applied to problems such as network management, enterprise security and IoT..."
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16 Apr 2017 What Is Serverless Computing? (Animation) [62289]
Network World, April 3rd 2017

"In this animation, Network World explains some of the concepts of serverless computing, and how it represents the next phase of cloud computing for Internet of Things applications and products..." - Network World
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09 Apr 2017 The Real Reason Shadow IT Is So Widespread [62091]
Network World, March 27th 2017

A new survey addresses the roles of business and IT decision makers in tech purchases - but one critical group isn't included

"At your company, who's responsible for what technology is bought and implemented?" asks Fredric Paul in Network World.

"It's a critical question, with deep implications for how your company leverages technology to get things done and drive competitive advantage. A recent survey from Spiceworks takes a stab at answering this question. But while the survey offers a number of insights, it leaves out perhaps the most important constituency in the procurement process..."
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09 Apr 2017 802.11ay Wi-Fi: "It's Going To Be A Very Scalable Spec" [62078]
Network World, March 28th, 2017

802.11ay promises to support a wide range of wireless products, according to Peraso Technologies co-founder

"Peraso Technologies, one of the early players in 802.11ad (WiGig) gigabit wireless networking, is also readying for enhanced Wi-Fi technology called 802.11ay that promises higher speeds and greater reach," notes Bob Brown in Network World.

"The Toronto-based company, whose semiconductors enable smartphones, tablets and other devices to exploit unlicensed 60 GHz wireless technology, is bullish on 11ay to support an even wider range of products than 11ad..."
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09 Apr 2017 Free Cloud Storage Buyer Beware [62079]
Network World, March 30th 2017

Free cloud storage is a very volatile market

"There are three things that are certain in life," opines Brandon Butler in Network World" - "Death, taxes and volatility in the free cloud storage market. Yes, it turns out free cloud storage comes with a price: putting up with a fickle market.

Network World has a running list of the best places in the cloud to find free storage. Many vendors offer their services on a freemium basis, meaning an introductory cloud storage offering, typically of 5 GB is free, with additional storage costing a variety of prices. But businesses don't typically like to give away their services for free. So, these offers change frequently..."
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