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This episode marks the third and final installment of a conversation with AppNeta’s Chief Customer Officer Adam Edwards and Director of Global Alliances John Tewfik around optimizing network management for Hybrid Work. In this chat, Adam and John have marching orders for IT and a specific IT checklist that outlines how teams can both expand their effectiveness and visibility while...

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Nothing in life is simple, at least not for long. The CapEx vs. OpEx tradeoff is a case in point. For decades, a management mantra evolved that focused on trying to shift from big investments in CapEx, which might take time to yield results and often provided little flexibility – to OpEx spending. That could include outsourcing fewer essential functions...

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Tags: AWS, NPM, network management, network performance, network monitoring, expenditures, operational expenditures, capital expenditures, opex, capex, finance, budget, IT, iaas, paas, cloud, saas, capex, opex, budget

Cyber security is a perennial challenge. It’s a complex patchwork of hard-to-manage tools and applications that seems barely able to keep up with the growing threats. Enter “sassy” (aka SASE, secure access service edge), an architectural concept that aims to meet modern organizations where their infrastructure and security challenges are. Ten years ago, the data center was king, operating mostly...

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Tags: network management, network monitoring, work from anywhere, work from home, hybrid work, remote work, cloud, cybersecurity, security, edge, paas, iaas, saas, SASE

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