Displaying articles for: 06-03-2012 - 06-09-2012
By Vishwas Manral, Distinguished Technologist, HP Networking, Advanced Technology Group
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It’s widely known, that the perceived security risks are one of the key hurdles for wide-scale enterprise public cloud deployments. I recently read an article by Kevin Mitnick and what he thought about Cloud Security. What caught my eye was that Kevin was not too impressed with the security in the cloud. So I decided to dig further, to see what the state of Cloud security was and what security issues are hindering enterprises from using the public clouds. I am summarizing some of the key points here, in this longer than usual blog.
By Daniel Montesanto, Global Product Manager, HP Networking
Moving away from box-by-box, CLI-driven network management to more flexible, virtualization-enabled approaches is a great way to achieve more productive and responsive network operations. But how do you make virtualized network resources just as easy to consume by the business? Read on for some answers.
By Saar Gillai, VP and CTO of HP Networking
Software Defined Networking (SDN) is a very popular subject these days. Beyond the basic concepts, there are a number of misunderstandings on the subject that I’ll be clearing up and explaining with this blog post.
By Natalie O’Rourke, Sales Program Manager, HP Networking
As you know, in business the customer is at the forefront of all that you do. So when you are the customer, don’t you expect the same?
It is HP Discover time. . . and that means getting acquainted and seeing the expansive breadth of HP products, solutions and expertise. I will be at the show June 5-7, get your “hands dirty” at the demos, share your challenges, debate ideas and get the inside scoop on technology from the experts at the business and technical sessions. I will be presenting a couple of technical sessions on UC&C jointly with Microsoft on Lync/Voice capabilities and with Polycom on enabling video collaboration. Come join me on Tuesday, June 5th at Venetian in Las Vegas at these deep dive technical sessions and ask your tough questions
By Alicia Anne Moody, HP Networking
We, at HP Networking, have been working with clients like you to migrate legacy data centers to fast and purposely built architectures so that enterprises can embrace mobility, virtualization, high-definition video, rich-media content and cloud computing.
I’ve seen a tremendous amount of success and one customer in particular stands out and embodies that transformation – Diversified Agency Services (DAS), a division of Omnicom Group (NYSE: OMC). DAS is providing access to content and resources from anywhere, at any time – delivered to a virtual workplace. If you are going to HP Discover this week, I recommend registering to attend the DAS customer session, which will be moderated by Aneesh Chopra, the first Chief Technology Officer of the United States (2009-2012), and includes a panel led by Jason Cohen, the DAS Chief Information Officer.