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Management BYOD Infrastructure IoT Storage Cloud
Four reasons edge computing is critical for IoT
Feature | August 2020
Alan Stewart-Brown at Opengear outlines the four key user benefits of edge computing
Managing the challenges and complexities of IT convergence
Opinion | August 2020
Sascha Giese at SolarWinds examines the convergence of IT roles in a continuously evolving IT landscape
Why it's critical to use a comprehensive SD-Branch platform
News | August 2020
Imagine enterprise networking without cumbersome stacks, exhausting on-site support, or costly backup connectivity

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Supermicro unveils new generation top-loading storage systems
News | August 2020
The top-loading, ultra-dense storage solutions arrive in 60-bay or 90-bay systems
NetAlly announces cost-effective hardware-based Wi-Fi surveying solution
News | August 2020
NetAlly's AirMapper™ Site Survey app is now available on the AirCheck G2™, and compatible with AirMagnet SurveyPRO version 1
New SonicWall TZ firewalls deliver multi-gigabit malware and ransomware protection
News | August 2020
Next gen firewalls feature SD-Branch capabilities and a redesigned cloud-native management console
NetAlly EtherScope nXG
Product Review | August 2020
The EtherScope nXG delivers a remarkably powerful set of diagnostics and troubleshooting features in a ruggedised handheld device
SolarWinds AppOptics
Product Review | August 2020
AppOptics offers an innovative approach to infrastructure and application performance monitoring making it accessible to a much wider audience.
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Is your remote working model compliant?
Opinion | August 2020
Remote compliance is about more than just GDPR, explains Mike Puglia at Kaseya
Remote working in a time of crisis
Opinion | August 2020
Tom Caldwell at Statseeker discusses the challenges of remote access networking in these unprecedented times
The data centre dilemma
News | August 2020
Michael McNerney, VP of Marketing and Network Security at Supermicro asks: "Is our data destroying the environment?"

If you’re still finding the ‘new normal’ to be anything but then we have several articles for you this month that tackle the ever-present subject of remote working and all things WFH, as well as an important update on the 2020 Network Computing Awards. First, Mike Puglia, Chief Strategy Officer, Kaseya explains why keeping compliant while remote working is about more than just GDPR – you have to consider a wider range of security policies which must also now include the hardware and devices that you’re using at home. Are your portable devices secure enough to connect to a corporate network?

Elsewhere this month Tom Caldwell, Statseeker CTO, outlines the growing importance of VPN in remote access networking. As Tom explains, “Network engineering teams are under pressure to deliver a clear view on the availability and performance of their remote network connections, which are now deemed critical to ongoing business success.” Read Tom’s article to learn how adding VPN to your network monitoring can help.

Finally we’re pleased to announce that online voting for this year’s Network Computing Awards has now resumed. Voting was suspended back in March for all too obvious reasons but you now have until 22nd September to cast your votes online on the awards website. Sadly the current situation means that, for the first time, we’ll be unable to hold an awards ceremony in London, but we’ll still be announcing the results online on 2nd October. Visit the awards website for more.

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