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Monday, January 14, 2013
- Microsoft Surface RT vs. Surface Pro: Only one is really Windows
The ARM-based Surface RT tablet has solicited yawns from consumers so far, but the Intel-based Surface Pro with Windows 8 may appeal to IT.
- Networking in 2013: Will enterprise network security management get easier?
Gartner analyst Greg Young predicts network security management will get a 2013 makeover with more correlation among vendors. SDN security draws scrutiny.
- 2013 Campus networking outlook: LANs finally unify wired and wireless
Forrester Research analyst Andre Kindness said campus LANs will finally have true unified wired and wireless infrastructure in 2013.
- 2013 networking industry outlook: Network fabrics can't kill spanning tree
Network fabrics won't kill spanning tree in 2013, says 451 Research's Eric Hanselman. Enterprises will look at Ethernet exchanges and MEMS switches.
- Networking outlook for 2013: Virtual overlay network management arrives
Enterprise Management Associates analyst Jim Frey says network management vendors will improve cloud, VDI and virtual overlay network monitoring in 2013.
- Networking outlook: Controllers, Layer 4-7 will roil SDN 2013 market
In the 2013 SDN market, IDC analyst Brad Casemore said service providers will adopt slowly and vendors will battle in Layer 4-7 and controllers.
- Microsoft out-of-band patch addresses IE zero-day
Microsoft has announced it will issue an out-of-band patch to the zero-day flaw affecting Internet Explorer versions 6 through 8.
- Application optimization: Integrating performance management and ADCs
Combining application delivery controllers and application performance management technology is a new approach to application optimization.
- TIP 2013: Big data and SDN headline Techs in Paradise conference
Internet2, APAN and ESnet will host 450 engineers at Techs in Paradise (TIP) 2013 where SDN and big data networking will take center stage.