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Cisco's "SDN": 4 pointed questions you really should ask

Cisco will be talking up its version of Software-defined Networking at its event in Milan this week. But chances are the big questions will remain unanswered.

2015: The year of SDN adoption

By Hamid Lalani, HP SDN GPLM

 

The debates are no longer about the definition of Software-defined Networking, or whether it is useful or not, but rather which SDN based solutions have solved real IT problems for the enterprise customer.

Network Management Showdown: HP IMC User Access Management versus Cisco Identity Services Engine

By Albert Qian, HP Product Marketing Associate

 

Albert Qian.pngA new year brings new network management challenges, and in 2015, one of the toughest is bring your own device (BYOD). As end users bring their own devices to work, network administrators are faced with the challenge of securing their network, troubleshooting problems, and scaling up at an appropriate cost to match the devices that are being brought in.

 

In this first of a series of posts, I’ll be comparing the features of HP Intelligent Management Center to those of the competition. Today, I’ll look at 3 ways that HP's IMC User Access Management (UAM) lays the smack down on Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) when it comes to managing devices and users on the network.

The new IT paradigm: HP extracts the signal from the noise

Dave Vellante and John Furrier, interviewers with The Cube, always like to say that their goal is to "extract the IT signal from the noise." It's not a bad description of this conversation with HP Enterprise Group's SVP and GM Antonio Neri. Watch the interview to find answers to the questions that many IT decision-makers are mulling as they consider the sweeping changes brought by cloud, mobility, big data, and security ...

 

Labels: new Style of IT

It's not Lync, it's the network

By Dragana Beara, Sr. Solutions Marketing Manager, HP Networking Global Marketing

 

Dragana Beara.pngAs Roman fabulist, Phaedrus, once said, “Things are not always what they seem…” And that is certainly true when it comes to Microsoft Lync and unfulfilled ROI expectations. The ROI of a user-centric technology, such as Microsoft Lync, tends to be directly proportional to the user adoption of the new tool.

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