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Consequences of an inadequate data center security

“If a data center doesn’t prescribe to Murphy’s Law – that is operating under the assumption that anything can go wrong will go wrong- you shouldn’t be entrusting them with the security of your data.”

28 September 2020 | Carolyn Harrington

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    Keeping NFV on the radar

    15h | Bart Salaets

    Bart Salaets, senior systems engineering director at F5, explains why NFV is still critical for service providers

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    The security risk in change

    21 October 2020 | Melanie Mingas

    Creating a Covid resilient company could be a security risk. Mike O’Malley, VP of carrier services at Radware, shares his golden rules for secure digitalisation

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    The case for disaggregated routing

    30 September 2020 | Tim Doiron

    From improving variety to network velocity, and economics, Tim Doiron, Infinera’s sr. director, solution marketing, makes the case for disaggregated routing

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    The end of the router as we know it

    29 September 2020 | Hannes Gredler

    Hannes Gredler, CTO at RtBrick, reflects on the evolution of the not so humble router

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    Consequences of an inadequate data center security

    28 September 2020 | Carolyn Harrington

    “If a data center doesn’t prescribe to Murphy’s Law – that is operating under the assumption that anything can go wrong will go wrong- you shouldn’t be entrusting them with the security of your data.”

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    Building an executive DNA for tech M&A

    28 September 2020 | Manuela Simões

    A woman’s perspective on staying the course for success.

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    The role of the male ally in the gender debate  

    25 September 2020 | Matt Williams

    We’re working in a world that now relies on virtual connections more than physical meetings. Many are juggling careers, family commitments, and more all from home.   

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    Building a stronger telecommunications industry in school and the workplace 

    25 September 2020 | Gagun Gahir

    The importance of diversity and inclusion has only increased as we become more connected across time zones, businesses and locations.

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    The importance of gender balance in the telecommunications industry

    23 September 2020 | Télécoms Sans Frontières

    As with most industries, for a long time women were excluded from the telecommunications and tech industry in general. Nowadays that has fortunately changed, however women are still a minority in the industry and often under-recognized.

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    Why Diversity Matters to Businesses in Today’s Economy

    22 September 2020 | Eric D. Cevis

    It’s an acknowledged fact in businesses around the world today that improving workforce diversity, and particularly gender diversity, is a business imperative.

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    The journey starts now for hyperscale capacity gains

    18 September 2020 | Ben Baker

    The timeline to hitting the 400GbE sweet spot is within range – and it’s time to prepare writes Ben Baker, senior director of service provider product marketing at Juniper Networks

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    Three Pillars of Network Resilience in the Modern World

    11 September 2020 | Alan Stewart-Brown

    Almost every organisation needs a network that delivers network resilience: in other words, one that helps to keep the mean time to remediate any issue to a minimum, while helping ensure the uptime of mission-critical applications and services. Achieving this has become more urgent and yet more difficult to achieve in the pandemic.