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How to build resilient IT infrastructure
The art of IT resilience is the orchestration of multiple different processes and technical solutions to protect what is effectively the lifeblood of a company: the availability of its data and applications, writes Zerto's Steve Blow Described in the Oxford English dictionary as being “the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties” and “the ability of... Read More

Hardware vendor lock-in: A long and messy past
Over the last decade, most organizations have learned to avoid server hardware lock-in. Doing so unlocked massive improvements in terms of costs and agility Today, many organizations are still locked into their switch hardware vendor. Switch hardware vendor lock-in is at least as detrimental to organizations as server hardware lock-in, and must be avoided by... Read More

What does Sony’s new wireless chip mean for IoT connectivity?

Sony is anticipating a new market for transmitting data over long distances at high speeds Sony is launching a 1.6 cm2 chip that might radically change how some connected devices communicate. Devices equipped with the CXM1501GR module, compatible with Sony’s proprietary low-power wide area (LPWA) ELTRES network, launching in August, can transmit data over a… Read More


Can network automation make your network engineers’ lives easier?

At Cloud Expo Europe 2019 Techerati spoke to Federico Olivieri, network automation engineer at Ticketmaster, to understand more about network automation’s benefits More and more companies are embracing network automation to help solve everyday networking challenges. Thanks to open source tools and DevOps approaches, it is possible to build ad-hoc network telemetry with a simple… Read More


Putting tech to the test: Where SD-WAN falls short
In the first of a series of articles highlighting where tech is failing to make the grade, Galeal Zino, CEO at NetFoundry, sets his sights on SD-WAN. Can the much-vaunted networking tech bridge the growing divide between networking and application needs? SD-WAN does its job – it connects WAN sites to other WAN sites extremely... Read More