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Microsoft Build, one of four tentpole developer conferences held annually, kicked off its first-ever completely virtual edition this week with a slew of announcements that confirm the tech giant is betting big on cloud – and not letting COVID-19 slow them down. With Facebook’s F8 conference postponed and Google’s I/O conference cancelled, Microsoft Build is the first major developer gathering...

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Tags: network management, enterprise networks, network monitoring, network management, enterprise, enterprise IT, microsoft azure, azure, supercomputing, supercomputer, cloud computing, cloud, facebook, google, apple, microsoft build, microsoft

COVID-19 has been a game-changer across the enterprise space, forcing everyone from the C-Suite to the factory floor to modify their workflows and embrace new tech as part of their day-to-day operations. A new report from Wind River shows that many enterprise executives aren’t viewing these sudden changes as stop-gap measures or short-term fixes before returning to the old way...

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Tags: network performance monitoring, network monitoring, network management, enterprise WAN, enterprise network, enterprise IT, enterprise, container, cloud, network performance monitoring, cloud apps, containerization, containers, cloud adoption, cloud migration, cloud

The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be a huge wake-up call for enterprises that hadn’t prioritized cloud migration prior to global WFH orders, as cloud solutions have become a lifeline in the face of an unprecedented shift in how the world does business. As teams rushed to deploy tools and workflows to hundreds (if not thousands) of locations across a...

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Tags: work from home, remote work, WFH, enterprise transformation, network transformation, digital transformation, network monitoring, network management, enterprise IT, enterprise WAN, enterprise network, enterprise, social distancing, quarantine, pandemic, COVID 19, cloud migration services, cloud migration, cloud adoption, cloud computing, clou

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

Office workers coast-to-coast are getting their first taste of remote work as COVID-19 (also known as the novel coronavirus) forces many who would normally commute to instead set up work from home (WFH). From March 9 to 15, virtual private network (VPN) vendor Atlas saw usage of VPNs, which enable many companies to safely extend their private networks to remote...

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Tags: UCaaS, SaaS, cloud computing, enterprise, enterprise IT, enterprise WAN, network management, network performance monitoring, network performance, virtual private network, vpn, working from home, remote working, remote work, wfh, work from home, coronavirus, COVID 19

According to a recent survey, 81 percent of IT professionals believe that the majority of data center and network management tasks performed today will be automated by 2025, driven in large part by the rise of cloud and artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. What’s more, 66 percent of those polled think the on-premises data center will become a relic of the...

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Tags: hybrid cloud, multicloud, on premises, data center, cloud migration, cloud adoption, cloud, cloud computing, cloud transformation, digital transformation, enterprise wan, enterprise, enterprise IT, network performance, network monitoring, cloud computing, network performance monitoring

Fifty-four percent of office workers say they’d leave their job for one that offers flexible work time, according to a recent Gallup poll. What’s more, Gallup found that those who work remotely 60 percent to 80 percent of the time (ie. three to four days in a five-day work week) feel that they are more fully engaged with their managers...

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Tags: Gallup poll, virtual organization, decentralization, cloud computing, enterprise IT, enterprise WAN, enterprise, work from home, remote workforce, remote office, remote workers, remote work, network monitoring, network performance monitoring

Many companies sign on to digital transformation initiatives in the hopes of bringing more efficiency to stakeholders across their organization. Cloud and SaaS apps, for instance, can be more quickly deployed than their legacy, hardware-based counterparts, helping deliver speedy, high-performing services to end users without delay. Networks themselves are transforming from historically hub-and-spoke operations dependent on MPLS connectivity to infrastructures...

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In our 2020 Enterprise App Report Card, we touched upon the fact that Microsoft’s comprehensive Office 365 suite of enterprise productivity and collaboration tools is relatively unrivaled among AppNeta customers in terms of sheer users. But the software pioneer may soon be facing some stiff competition from another nearly-ubiquitous tech giant, as it was recently announced that Google is looking...

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Tags: enterprise IT, enterprise, Microsoft Office, Microsoft, Office 365, enterprise applications, applications, SaaS, UCaaS, unified communications, UC, Google Cloud, Google, cloud computing, cloud, network performance monitoring

It’s no secret that cloud and SaaS apps are fundamentally changing the game for enterprise IT. While these teams used to own and control the bulk of their hardware-based, legacy workflows, the move to the cloud has empowered IT to offload a lot of their hardware altogether. Best of all, SaaS apps can be launched “as-a-service” in just a few...

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One of the defining characteristics of the modern workforce is the variety of devices employees use to stay connected. Between the rise of BYOD initiatives and the greater availability of mobile-friendly SaaS apps, many workers today split their time between their smartphones, tablets and laptop PCs – while, in some cases, teams have abandoned the PC altogether. At least, that’s...

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Tags: enterprise IT, enterprise, Gartner, IDC, Acer, Lenovo, Dell, Apple, digital transformation, network transformation, PC sales, device, smart devices, devices, laptop, personal computer, PC

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

In an industry where acronyms and initialisms are a dime a dozen, few tech terms are as ubiquitous in the world of enterprise networking as MPLS and SD-WAN. Sure, SaaS, PaaS, IaaS and UCaaS represent buzzworthy new workflows that have changed how enterprise IT teams are managing their tech footprints. But when it comes to the underlying networks that support...

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Tags: network performance, network management, network performance monitoring, enterprise network, enterprise WAN, enterprise, UCaaS, PaaS, IaaS, SaaS, LAN, WAN, SDWAN, SD WAN, MPLS

What is digital transformation, exactly? If you ask senior enterprise leaders who took part in a recent report from CompleteSpectrum, you’ll be hard pressed to get a straight answer. According to the study, which polled 300 members of leadership teams at companies with between $15 million and $200 million in annual revenue, 94 percent said that digital transformation was a...

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Tags: cloud computing, digital transformation, enterprise, enterprise leaders, network management, network monitoring, network performance monitoring

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 & CEO of Stratejm, Alfred Ng,...

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Tags: cloud, cloud computing, cloud visibility, enterprise, enterprise network, finance, finance tech, industry commentary, network performance, network performance monitoring, tech industry, toronto

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