Monthly Archives: February 2021

Have a defined automation tool strategy

Network operations are often executed manually, device by device using the command line interface. This strategy can work reasonably well for keeping the lights on, so to speak, but the manual entry of commands by humans often results in outages as a result of misconfigured network devices. Further, it can take weeks to make network [...]

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hidden cloud migration gotchas

Professional Cloud Architect — A Professional Cloud Architect enables organizations to leverage Google Cloud technologies. With a thorough understanding of cloud architecture and Google Cloud Platform, this individual can design, develop, and manage robust, secure, scalable, highly available, and dynamic solutions to drive business objectives. Once you have passed the certification exam, this qualification opens [...]

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Parameters for 5G Wireless Technology

5G is the fifth generation of cellular technology. It is designed to increase speed, reduce latency, and improve flexibility of wireless services. 5G technology has a theoretical peak speed of 20 Gbps, while the peak speed of 4G is only 1 Gbps.5G also promises lower latency, which can improve the performance of business applications as [...]

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Cloud Engineer do? Roles and Responsibilities

Now, there’s no hardcore prerequisite for professionals to be certified from any of these cloud providers, but if they are certified, they can be called Solutions Architects, Cloud Developers, or SysOps Engineers, depending on the certification. Regardless of the title, However, the main job roles and responsibilities of a Cloud Engineer remain the same. As [...]

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The Essential 5G Network

It has been predicted that over 20 billion connected devices will be in use globally by 2020 and these devices will rely on 5G networks to function properly. However, the launch of 5G is unlikely to come all at once and instead experts anticipate that improvements will be incremental through LTE Advanced and LTE Advance [...]

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Navigating Changing Business Models

New industries have started to use field service principles and tools in their mobile work, including mobile healthcare, real estate, and sales. Blended workforces, which include full-time employees and independent contractors working side-by-side, require tools that can provision access and permissions based on the worker’s role. Flexible work patterns help accommodate customers’ needs, even outside [...]

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ips network definition

The first thing to cover is how to configure the basic network settings of the IPS module, assuming that the defaults are not acceptable. The way to do this differs between the ASA 5505 and all of the other models. A couple weeks ago I was training/consulting at a very large school district outside of [...]

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software requirements specifications

Produce software requirements specifications – a document that explicates how the system will behave when it interacts with hardware it is installed on, other software, and people who exploit it. These specifications must relate to business requirements forwarded by customers and agreed upon by architects. Provide high-level design. To attain it, the entire system is [...]

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The tech-driven industry

Firstly, as millennials become a majority in the top layer of business management and Gen Z gets inducted into the workforce, the conventional attitude towards work is changing. The liberty to freelance is becoming a lucrative proposition because it allows employees to focus on multiple other things than just work. Most importantly, it provides an [...]

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Network capturing the market

I don’t think that anyone can deny that being in the IT industry at this time is exciting and interesting. It’s also exhausting. There is a ton of hyperbole floating about on Twitter and the Blogosphere concerning the need for network engineers to become programmers, and that ‘whatever’ technology du jour is only minutes away [...]

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