Tag: Networking

Expert Networking Advice for People Who Hate Small Talk

Like flossing or frequent oil changes, networking is one of those non-negotiable adulting tasks we all admittedly neglect more than we should. The term itself is anxiety-inducing (it involves small talk with a stranger after all), yet connecting with colleagues and potential mentors is instrumental to long-term career advancement. “Networking gives relationship-building a bad name, but it’s really about

Google expands networking, migration portfolio to drive hybrid cloud adoption

Google on Tuesday announced a series of tools for organizations adopting hybrid and multi-cloud strategy, including a new service in beta for migrating VMs from Microsoft Azure. Google is also expanding its networking portfolio for companies that are modernizing their applications. First, Migrate for Compute Engine is expanding to enable companies to migrate virtual machines directly out

Cisco betting big on WiFi 6, 5G, multicloud and other networking tech

KOCHI: US-based network and connectivity major Cisco on Tuesday said that it is betting big on five components of technologies which include intent-based networking, multicloud, WiFi 6, 5Gand security. “Technologies like WiFi 6 are going to play an important role as VoWiFi(voice-over-WiFi) proliferates,” said Anand Bhaskar, MD, service provider sales, Cisco India & SAARC. He added that while WiFi 6 will

Networking & Operating Systems, Security and Programming the most in-demand training topics: Skillsoft

Skillsoft unveiled Tech Learning Consumption Trends: A Skillsoft Signals Research Report. The report found Networking & Operating Systems, Security and Programming training are in the highest demand among technology and developer professionals. The Skillsoft Signals report also revealed that technology professionals prefer micro-learning and that video is their preferred learning modality, followed by books and

HOW VIRTUAL NETWORKING CHANGES WHEN YOU ADOPT VMM

One of the things that a lot of administrators seem to really like about Hyper-V is its relative simplicity, especially when compared to some of the competing hypervisors. Perhaps nowhere is this simplicity more evident than in Hyper-V’s support for virtual networking. Natively, Hyper-V’s virtual networking capabilities center around one or more virtual switches. Hyper-V supports three

BOOST YOUR NETWORKING STRATEGY AT EVENTS

A new report looked at how people behave and communicate when they network, and then offered up tips to attendees about how do to it more effectively and to event organizers about how to create better environments for it. When it comes to networking, I find that there are typically two camps: those who love

The 3 Best Strategies to Improve Your Networking

How great would it be if everyone in your firm was excellent at networking? If they all could connect with prospects and clients, engage in interesting conversations and talk about what your firm does in a compelling way? Everyone in your firm should have the tools to network well. It’s vital for the growth of

Networking: Hyperlocal apps have arrived, but it’s not a good road

Targetting niche audiences and achieving scale at the same time is never an easy business model to crack. Hyperlocal social networking apps that have mushroomed all over the country are beginning to figure this out. These apps target similar interest communities, giving them a platform to meet like-minded people, explore events, etc, thereby changing the

Automating Industrial Networking

For the past several years, industrial networking topics have been the most searched topics on the www.automationworld.com site. This stands to reason considering all the interest in the Industrial Internet of Things, IT/OT convergence, remote connectivity, mobile device use, and the general trend toward higher levels of connectivity across industry. While industrial networking technologies have certainly become