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Vast majority of tech workers would relocate, report shows
June 25, 2019 by

Industry Insights

In CompTIA’s Tech on the Move survey, 78 percent of tech workers polled would consider leaving their current city for a new tech job.

The state of GDPR, one year later
May 30, 2019 by

Industry Insights, Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

When the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went live a year ago, companies across the globe were bracing for the sky to fall. And while there were certainly some headline-grabbing fines for noncompliance (most notably, Google’s almost 50 million Euro hit this past January related to “forced consent”), the mandate’s first year was
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The challenges of Cloud and Digital Transformation at ONUG Spring 2019
May 14, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Industry Insights, Networking Technology

Last week, the AppNeta team traveled down to Dallas for ONUG Spring 2019, where we met with other leaders in the enterprise networking space to discuss the challenges and solutions organizations face as they put connected technologies front-and-center. The agenda for the event zeroed in on Digital Transformation in particular, which, as a concept, can
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Remote work gets big vote of confidence at Facebook F8 Conference
May 10, 2019 by

Industry Insights, Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

Remote work is by no means a new concept, but recent high-profile announcements suggest that this model is fast graduating from “a novel approach” to an operational standard across industries. At Facebook’s recent F8 2019 developer conference, for instance, Stripe, a tech platform that builds economic infrastructure for web companies, announced that the company would
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Digital transformation investments top $1.2 trillion in 2019
May 2, 2019 by

Industry Insights, Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

While consensus over what digital transformation actually means still appears to elude many members of the C-Suite, enterprise investment into the concept has never been higher, according to a recent report from IDC. Across virtually every industry and sector, total spending on digital transformation will jump roughly 18 percent in 2019 to a new high-water
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In Practice: Accelerating Experience monitoring with SaaS script templates
April 30, 2019 by

Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring, Product News

Network monitoring solutions, by design, should help bring clarity into your management stack. Armed with this clarity, your team can start taking rote tasks out of your day-to-day to help streamline network management from the ground up. Every convenience we can provide — no matter the scale — to help speed up deployment or make
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Streaming sports nabs more viewers (and network capacity) in 2019
April 19, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Industry Insights, Networking Technology

In an age when “appointment television” is a nearly-dead concept (outside of Game of Thrones at least), people still go out of their way to make sure they catch their favorite team or player live. We’ve seen it firsthand here at AppNeta. Take the latest Masters Tournament: Ahead of Tiger Woods taking home his first
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AppNeta on the Road: Industry luncheon on Cloud Visibility in Toronto
April 9, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Company News, Industry Insights

Last week, the AppNeta team took to the Great White North to host an industry luncheon and panel in Toronto, looking at the challenges of network management as cloud takes on a bigger role in the enterprise space. Moderated by our own Chief Customer Officer Adam Edwards, the panel also included John Menezes, President &
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What is IPv6, and why isn’t your network using it yet?
March 21, 2019 by

Cloud Computing, Networking Technology, Performance Monitoring

IPv4, the previous and still prevalent generation of the Internet Protocol, was designed to support roughly 4.3 billion devices. While this was plenty of capacity for the connected world of 1980, it’s tiny by 2019 standards. While it’s not yet true that every one of the planet’s 7 billion people is armed with their own
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