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How SD-WAN for home offices supports remote work

The market maturation of SD-WAN is leading companies to consider extending the technology to remote workers. Companies should ask three important questions before taking that step.


The role of generative AI in networking

As networks grow more complex, generative AI emerges as a tool that can help network teams with a wide range of tasks, such as writing scripts, documentation and incident response.

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Common network licensing challenges

Network licensing is anything but straightforward nowadays. But network professionals can take steps to make sure their cost management strategies remain on track.


Building networks for AI workloads

Conventional and high-performance computing networks cannot adequately support AI workloads, so network engineers must build specialized networks to accommodate their massive size.

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Networking Basics

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    local area network (LAN)

    A local area network (LAN) is a group of computers and peripheral devices that are connected together within a distinct geographic area, such as an office building or campus.

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    TCP/IP stands for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol and is a suite of communication protocols used to interconnect network devices on the internet.

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    SASE vs. SD-WAN: What's the difference?

    SASE and SD-WAN are two similar architectures administrators use to provide secure network access, but they differ in terms of deployment, security, connectivity and more.

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