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October 2020

October 2020

TOP NEWS 

  • BT and Toshiba launch ‘unhackable’ network
  • Network analysis expert expands reseller network in the UK
  • Slough authorities to decide on Zurich data centre plans
  • An edge solution for visual inspection and observation

VIEW FROM THE TOP

  • Unleashing the full power of IP networks, by Mike Hook, executive director, LMG

ON THE NETWORK

  • Cloud-driven networks the fuel that’s powering the ‘new normal’, by Dahwood Ahmed, senior regional manager UK&I, Extreme Networks

FEATURE

  • Many period buildings were not designed for the offices that now sit in them. Robert Shepherd finds out how new comms equipment navigates old brickwork

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September 2020

September 2020

TOP NEWS 

  • Government issues cybersecurity warning
  • ‘Nearly 80% of enterprises want CSPs to drive 5G adoption’ - survey
  • Connexin raises £80 to take smart cities to the next level
  • Oracle inks Ministry of Defence cloud infrastructure deal

VIEW FROM THE TOP

  • When business continuity plans go wrong, by Craig Atkins, managing director, 1-Fix

ON THE NETWORK

  • Identifying best fit scenarios for alternatives to OEM network maintenance, by Mihaela Dinu, networking and server product manager, EMEA, Curvature

FEATURE

  • The UK has finally severed ties from the EU and will now plough a lone furrow. But what does that mean for data and GDPR? Robert Shepherd asks the questions

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August 2020

August 2020

TOP NEWS 

  • UK set for Terragraph multi-gigabit technology
  • Survey reveals 75% of UK firms using AI, but challenges persist
  • Windstream adds next-gen firewall VNF to SD-WAN offering
  • Vodafone and Defra launch 5G-ready NB-IoT forest sensors

VIEW FROM THE TOP

  • Turning data centres green, by Vik Malyala, senior vice president, Supermicro

ON THE NETWORK

  • Could FWA the answer to keeping people connected during the global pandemic? By James Bristow, SVP EMEA, Cradlepoint

FEATURE

  • The UK can he hit by a terrorist attack or natural disaster with little or no notice - so how equipped are the emergency services should the worst happen? Robert Shepherd finds out

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July 2020

July 2020

TOP NEWS 

  • Blackbaud hack leaves UK institutions exposed
  • Puppet DevOps adds module support, patching automation
  • ‘UK is the fourth most exposed country for cyber vulnerabilities’
  • ‘Universities failing to provide adequate security training’

VIEW FROM THE TOP

  • New Reality: What businesses can learn from the military, by Pat O’Connor, managing director & co-founder, VRAI

ON THE NETWORK

  • To break the energy curve with 5G, telcos are increasing ef ciency by at least 10 times, by Tu Jiashun, chief scientist, virtualization, ZTE

FEATURE

  • AI is a cool futuristic term we have been using for a number of years. Now, in 2020, it’s time to nd out what it actually does for data centres. Robert Shepherd speaks to the geeks

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June 2020

June 2020

TOP NEWS 

  • ‘Covid-safe’ solutions help return to work effort
  • Kent-based fire and security firm takes on new cloud tech
  • Emtelle secures two-year contract extension with Gigaclear
  • TeleData announces expansion

VIEW FROM THE TOP

  • Sustaining the benefit of digital transformation, by Darren Anstee, CTO, NETSCOUT

ON THE NETWORK

  • Multi-service ports: adaptable networking designed for digital journeys, by Prasanna Caliaperoumal, deputy director, product, Epsilon 

FEATURE

  • The three traditional pillars of cloud computing - SaaS, PaaS and IaaS - now support such a range of services that IT and business are entering the ‘anything as a service’ or XaaS era. Robert Shepherd speaks to those who know everything

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May 2020

May 2020

TOP NEWS 

  • ‘NHS app could leave rms exposed to phishing threat’, warn experts
  • ‘Over half of digital transformation projects being delayed’ – report
  • Virgin Media Business and 8x8 partner up in new cloud deal
  • UK electricity administrator Elexon hit by cyberattack 

VIEW FROM THE TOP

  • Making the adjustment to remote working, the new normal? by Jeppe Dalberg-Larsen, president, EPOS

ON THE NETWORK

  • Data backup and recovery: technologies ‘Tiger King’ producer Rick Kirkham wishes he’d had by W. Curtis Preston, Chief Technical Evangelist, Druva

FEATURE

  • BYOD is now a very common concept in the world of work, but are there bene ts for all concerned? Robert Shepherd finds out what they might be and who benefits most

CASE STUDIES

  • Four companies from very different sectors see modernisation

Q&A

  • Please meet... Richard Jeffares, group chief technology of cer, Glide, tells Networking+ about his life and inspirations

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April 2020

April 2020

TOP NEWS 

  • ‘Remote working gives hackers new opportunities’
  • Smaller businesses braced for ‘working from home indefinitely’
  • Cohesity launches ‘industry’s first’ enterprise data management app
  • ‘Three quarters of equipment not being recycled, enterprises aren't paying due attention’ – report 

VIEW FROM THE TOP

  • Three top technology trends that have signi cant disruptive potential by Scott Dodds, CEO, Ultima

ON THE NETWORK

  • Why APIs help network teams to deliver business value by Mark Fieldhouse, general manager EMEA, NS1

FEATURE I

  • The arrival of Covid-19 has meant we have no idea when – indeed, if – we will go back to the once familiar office life. Robert Shepherd investigates

FEATURE II

  • Robert Shepherd asks how Surrey schools are equipping parents for emergency homeschooling

Q&A

  • Please meet... Eran Brown is the CTO at Infindat, a provider of multi-petabyte data storage solutions. Networking+ asked him some questions of a very different kind

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March 2020

March 2020

TOP NEWS 

  • COVID-19 compels UK to embrace remote working
  • Mobile UK’s ‘big four’ sign £1bn rural network agreement
  • Warrington Council picks Pulse Secure to streamline secure access
  • East Anglia constabularies join forces to buy SC21 TETRA radios following successful trial

VIEW FROM THE TOP

  • Improving network performance and agility with automation and AIOps by Vijay Kurkal, CEO, Resolve

ON THE NETWORK

  • The fundamentals in the pursuit of agility: a backbone for success by Paul Ruelas, senior director product management, GTT

CASE STUDIES

  • The solutions connecting the public on both rail and road

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February

February 2020

TOP NEWS 

  • Tories voice concerns over Huawei’s UK 5G role
  • GTT expands SD-WAN offering with new Fortinet partnership
  • Sir Keir’s staff accused of hack
  • O2 to open radio access network for increased 4 and 5G coverage

VIEW FROM THE TOP

  • Is your organisation ‘IoT ready’? by Alex Wilkinson, chief operating officer at Solutionize Global

ON THE NETWORK

  • Growing securely: the role of resilient networks in driving expansion, by Andrew Halliwell, product director at Virgin Media Business

CASE STUDIES

  • Trusts and hospitals get much-needed connectivity boosts

FEATURE

  • The shift to voice tech: Robert Shepherd asks why there’s a gulf in knowledge and experience between the dos and don’ts

NEW PRODUCTS

  • Wondering about wireless? Check these top tips and devices that deliver, by Paul Routledge, country manager at D-LInk

CAREER NEWS

January

January 2020

TOP NEWS 

  • Travelex ‘held to ransom’ by New Year’s Eve hackers
  • Government sees SENSE in £5m ‘virtual data centre’ project
  • Power rm adds new cybersecurity certifications
  • Government could face huge bill for honours leak

VIEW FROM THE TOP

  • A move to the cloud doesn’t change your data protection responsibilities, by Fredrik Forslund, VP Enterprise & Cloud Erasure Solutions at Blancco

ON THE NETWORK

  • Managing rapid IoT adoption, by Martin Hodgson, Head of UK & Ireland, Paessler AG

CASE STUDIES

  • All three emergency services get help to continue saving lives

FEATURE

  • Data centre cable management is often said to be a complex task. ROBERT SHEPHERD seeks advice on how to keep things tidy

NEW PRODUCTS

  • Check and go: choosing a network tester plus LAN testing top tips from Dan Barrera, global product manager, Ideal Networks

CAREER NEWS

  • TSB creates 100 tech jobs in £120m investment

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November 2019

November 2019

TOP NEWS 

  • Major parties foil cyber attacks
  • Nextgenaccess secures HS1 fibre deployment concession
  • O2 5G technology to power driverless cars in the capital
  • Airedale signs cooling deal with CyrusOne

VIEW FROM THE TOP

  • How companies can support gender equality in STEM, by Jennifer Deutsch, CMO, Park Place Technologies

ON THE NETWORK

  • Evolving the network platform: why closure of CAS(T) matters, by Des Ward, director, Innopsis

CASE STUDIES

  • Manufacturers of wheels, blinds and premium food undergo makeover

FEATURE

  • Smart cities are no longer a dream of the future. Great news for most consumers, but what’s in it for the enterprise network managers and their teams? ROBERT SHEPHERD asks the smart questions

NEW PRODUCTS

  • Browse our selection of routers and access points. But first, read these top tips from Paul Routledge, country manager at D-Link

CAREER NEWS

  • IT pros bemoan lack of training – report

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October 2019

October 2019

TOP NEWS 

  • UK government unveils £5bn funding for broadband plans
  • Floating data centre back on track
  • M247's full fibre city network
  • Lima and Data Centre UK backed in £12m deal

VIEW FROM THE TOP

  • Comparing cloud contracts: what we've learned, by Richard Blanford, chief executive, Fordway

ON THE NETWORK

  • Why network asset management might be crucial for your business, by Robert Neave, CTO and co-founder, Nlyte Software

CASE STUDIES

  • Major makeovers get emergency services back on the road

FEATURE

  • Cybersecurity is a ubiquitous and never-ending topic, but just what happens when the hackers get what they want? Robert Shepherd looks at the threat of the dark web

NEW PRODUCTS

  • Foil the hackers with these products. And Paul Mercina, head of innovation at Park Place Technologies, offers his advice

CAREER NEWS

  • Most of UK workforce lacks basic cyber training

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