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As enterprises worldwide adjust to nearly 100% work from home (WFH) we can all use a bit of humor. Compiled from across our team, AppNeta is offering a few suggestions to liven up the background of your Zoom or blur your background in Microsoft Teams until they release custom backgrounds later this year. If you don’t know about the feature...

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Tags: work from home, WFH, remote work, remote working, remote workers, UCaaS, unified communication, unified communication apps, UC, UC apps, enterprise, enterprise IT, enterprise networks, enterprise WAN, network management, network monitoring, network performance, network performance monitoring

Enterprises are coming to terms with the fact that digital transformation isn’t a singular project with a deadline but a new way of being for workers across the business (and not just IT). Because technology is increasingly woven into every facet of our day-to-day lives, it will continue to evolve as tech expands and has a greater impact on both...

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Tags: enterprise IT, technology, business tech, enterprise tech, tech, remote workers, remote work, remote locations, network transformation, enterprise WAN, enterprise networks, enterprise IT, digital transformation

Shares of Twitter jumped on Thursday when it was announced that the company passed the billion-dollar revenue threshold for the first time last quarter, as the platform’s daily user base jumped from 145 million to 152 million as 2019 wound to a close. This isn’t altogether surprising, as Twitter has been a hotbed of political deliberation during the leadup to...

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Tags: network performance monitoring, network performance, network traffic, network congestion, remote workforce, remote workers, remote work, decentralization, enterprise decentralization, enterprise networks, social media, twitter

Digital transformation isn’t just an enterprise phenomenon, as anyone who grew up with a cable subscription and a local Blockbuster Video can attest. Today, consumers take their entertainment with them, watching their favorite movies or TV shows from any wireless device they can connect to – a marked digital transformation from the days of the bunny-ear antenna and CRT television....

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Tags: network performance monitoring, network performance, IT, enterprise networks, enterprise WAN, enterprise IT, The Mandalorian, Hulu, Peacock, Apple TV+, disney+, disney plus, disney, apple tv plus, apple, streaming wars, streaming

While the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is more of a spectacle catered to, well, consumers than enterprises, the innovations and concepts unveiled on the floor every year offer something of a crystal ball for the entire tech landscape – including enterprise IT. For instance, the prospect of 5G and technologies that will (finally) help bring the...

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Tags: enterprise networks, network performance monitoring, OLED, MicroLED, enterprise IT, enterprise, electronics, gadgets, tablets, laptops, Dell, 5G, CES, 2020, Consumer Electronics Show

As heated as the “streaming wars” already were between cable-killing pioneers like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, a pair of new streamers are making a late entrance into the fray, backed by billions of investment dollars and some of the largest brand recognition of this or any industry. Disney+ and Apple TV+ both launched over the past two weeks, following what...

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Tags: cloud computing, cloud, enterprise networks, network management, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, apple tv+, apple tv, apple, disney+, disney, streaming wars, streaming

Ensuring that enterprise IT teams have comprehensive visibility across their app and network landscape has never been more critical. After all, enterprise network footprints are rapidly decentralizing as a wealth of cloud and SaaS solutions make the ability to support a distributed workforce possible. But most enterprise IT teams remain centralized and require cloud and SaaS tools of their own...

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Tags: direct to internet, DIA, enterprises, enterprise networks, network management, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, NetFlow

While SD-WAN has been trending in the enterprise IT space for a few years now, there’s been little official consensus on what these solutions should encompass, let alone what defines a “best-of-breed” SD-WAN. Sure, the label SD-WAN has been marketed publicly by many providers, but in lieu of a standard that defines what exactly these tools should deliver, customers may...

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Tags: network performance monitoring, network monitoring, enterprise networks, enterprise WAN, networking technology, industry standards, MEF, software define networking, WAN, SD WAN

According to a survey of Netflix subscribers conducted back in the summer of 2017, almost 40 percent of respondents admitted to streaming from the platform while on the job. Two years later, streaming in general has never been more popular, and a rash of Netflix competitors are about to launch, flooding workers with distracting content they can binge on the...

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Tags: Amazon streaming, Amazon, enterprise IT, enterprise networks, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, streaming at work, streaming video, streaming, Netflix, Disney, Disney+

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