Window on WANs:

July, 2009

July 28, 2009  1:42 PM

WANs across the water, WAN optimization across the seas

Tim Scannell Profile: TScannell

Just like other technology sectors, the WAN optimization market has been battered by the recession and a cautious reluctance by IT types to spend any significant money on network upgrades. Nevertheless, the WAN optimization market has survived and even (relatively) thrived in this tough and bitter...

July 23, 2009  6:23 PM

WAN salary: A little more data

WPeterson William Peterson Profile: WPeterson

After publishing yesterday's article on WAN jobs in and out of the U.S., I came across the following chart that had a little bit more info on WAN salary ranges:

July 21, 2009  4:55 PM

Ready-to-wear network management

Tim Scannell Profile: TScannell

One of the most overused clich├ęs in the English language may very well be 'give the shirt off my back', as in I would do anything I can to help you out or lend a hand. This hasn't stopped people from casually throwing it around (like an old shirt), or prevented enterprising companies from bending...

July 16, 2009  9:56 PM

Juniper’s a day late, a SoftWOC short

WPeterson William Peterson Profile: WPeterson

Juniper Networks announced a host of exciting new WAN features Monday. Unfortunately, that was almost two weeks too late for Gartner's WAN Optimization Controller Magic Quadrant (published June 30), in which Juniper fell from "leader" to "niche player" since the report's last update in 2007, based...

July 9, 2009  6:02 PM

From the WAN Mailbag: Encryption, MPLS, optimization and more

Tim Scannell Profile: TScannell

Mailbox One of the benefits of online publishing, as...

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