Displaying articles for: 04-15-2012 - 04-21-2012
By Mark Thompson, Director, Global Product Line Management, HP Networking
This year, friends and family at HP Networking are joining together to once again sponsor the Coolest 24 Hour MTB Bike Race Against Cancer. It’s a race we all need to win. If you are interested, please join in—to ride with us or donate what you can to the cause.
By Doug Hyde, Global Product Line Manager, HP Networking
For seven consecutive quarters, HP has been the #1 vendor in smart web-managed switching. In its February market share report covering data gathered through Q4 2011, the analyst firm Dell’Oro reported HP with 31% worldwide share in this category. Let’s take a closer look at smart web-managed switches—what they are and when they are right for your business.
By Chris Young, Solutions Architect, HP Networking @netmanchris on Twitter
Let me tell you from experience, rebuilding the VLANs on a small-to-medium network is not fun. Let’s not even talk about a large network. Check out the video in this blog, where I walk you through a quick demonstration of how a network administrator can use HP Intelligent Management Center to deploy, verify and remove VLANs across an entire network to ensure they are exactly where they are supposed to be.
By Deepak Munjal, HP Networking Strategist
I am fortunate to have attended several of the recent Pathways to the Cloud roadshow events where I spoke about the network implications of moving to the cloud. I planned to spend most of the discussion on issues that network administrators would face when implementing server virtualization as they moved applications to the cloud. But I learned that other issues were top of mind for the attendees—including provisioning new applications. Here are my observations.
The idea of being audited for taxes is intimidating. Not because anyone has done anything wrong but because of the sheer volume of paper work to shift through and the lengthy process. The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is considering rich media communications in serving the general public, shunning the stoic image the agency has built over the years