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The Holy Grail - BYOD, COPE or CYOD?

Alessandro Porro, VP of international sales at Ipswitch, on choosing the right enterprise mobility strategy for your business

Network Security Planning

Advanced targeted attacks may soon render prevention-centric security strategies obsolete, according to end-user security specialists Nexthink

The future and you

Network Computing editor Ray Smyth considers the shape of networking things to come - and the challenges ahead

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Threatglass from Barracuda gives a clearer view of web-based malware

Barracuda Networks has released Threatglass, an online tool for sharing, browsing and analysing web-based malware

Backbone Solutions AG launches SecureRack virtual data centre

New Infrastructure as a Service offerings provides a highly secure virtual data centre based in Switzerland

Alcatel-Lucent technology enables Sussex NHS Trusts to deliver advanced patient care

Enterprise WLAN solution to deliver an end-to-end Wi-Fi solution across hundreds of NHS sites within Sussex

Newly announced Alan Turing Institute “really welcome news for the UK”

Budget announcement of £42 million investment in big data and algorithm research is backed by KPMG


EverDesk Google Edition 5.1

There’s undoubtedly a wide choice of email clients available - but none of them offer the functionality of EverDesk

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White Papers

Delivering Enterprise Mobility with Citrix XenMobile and NetScaler

Mobility and the consumerisation of IT pose key challenges for IT around scalability, security and application visibility.

The Active Advantage - Why networking leaders are embracing ADC clustering

Few people outside of IT know much about application delivery controllers - almost everyone inside IT, though, understands exactly how essential ADCs are to network uptime and performance.


Quality Big Data

Many data searches are unable to include unstructured data, missing out on the chance to add real business value

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Hybrid IT and the Service Desk

Jon Temple, CEO of FrontRange, says it's time to stop playing catch-up and instead look to the trends dictating the help-desk’s future

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When the pen is mightier than the sword

How penetration testing could save you and your customers from the hackers and attackers beyond the network perimeter

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Event News

Infosecurity Europe 29 April – 01 May

Network, engage and learn with +15,000 information security professionals at Infosecurity Europe 29 April – 01 May

Ovum's 4th Annual Industry Congress - Victoria Park Plaza, London 13-14 May 2014

The Ovum Industry Congress brings together Ovum's annual research agenda and places it in a live environment. IT decision-makers from enterprises can claim a complimentary pass for the event, here: ovumindustrycongress.com/free-pass-registration/ - and should quote OIC14/MP as a Priority Code.

March is always a hectic month here at Network Computing - but in a good way! This year's Network Computing Awards took place on the 13th at the Hotel Russell in London, presented by former England cricketer Chris Cowdrey and comedian Stephen Grant.

Some of this year's winners were well accustomed to success, while others were picking up trophies for the first time. Barracuda Networks came out on top in the highly competitive Security Product of the Year category, while WatchGuard’s Dimension was voted New Product of the Year. Paessler won two awards for its PRTG Network Monitor including Product of the Year and Rik Ferguson of Trend Micro won the Contribution to IT Award. This year's Bench Tested Product of the Year - a category for all products reviewed by Network Computing - went to Emulex for their EndaceFlow 3040, with the company also claiming the coveted Company of the Year award. We'd like to thank everyone who voted for the awards and attended the awards ceremony for making it such a successful night – for a full list of the winners and runners-up click here. We’ll have video highlights on the official site soon!

Elsewhere this month we get actively mobile with both an article and white paper dedicated to the growing demand for enterprise mobility strategies, and Network Computing editor Ray Smyth takes an in-depth look at the shape of networking things to come. We also have an opinion piece from Paul Lindsell of MindMetre Research on how to harness the power of Big Data by tapping into Big Content.

Finally, thanks to everyone who took part in the Network Computing reader survey. All of the entrants were placed into a prize draw, and congratulations are due to Henk van Achterberg, the winner of iTrinegy's personal network emulator INE for Windows. Happy emulating Henk!

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