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AIOps Platforms

by Andrew Lerner  |  August 9, 2017

AIOps is an emerging technology and addresses something I'm a big fan of - improving IT Operations.  So I asked fellow Gartner analyst Colin Fletcher for a guest blog on...

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Serverless is not networkless

by Andrew Lerner  |  July 21, 2017

Serverless is pretty hot right now, so I asked one of our serverless analysts Arun Chandrasekaran a few questions on the topic... Q - What is serverless, is it a new...

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Do you have a ticking time-bomb in your Network?

by Andrew Lerner  |  May 19, 2017

This is a guest blog from Mark Fabbi Since February 2017, a growing number of network and security vendors have published field notices or confirmed that some product lines have...

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Networking for Office365

by Andrew Lerner  |  April 26, 2017

This is a guest blog via Neil Rickard  One of my top inquiry topics with Gartner clients is Networking questions and challenges surrounding Office 365.  Further, in surveys we’ve conducted,...

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Smart Money

by Andrew Lerner  |  April 10, 2017

This is a guest blog from Joe Skorupa. I’m fortunate enough to work with a number of exciting startup clients. While we spend a good deal of time on product...

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Help, I hate my (Traditional) Network Carrier

by Andrew Lerner  |  February 23, 2017

Gartner analysts have conducted over 3,500 WAN-related client inquiries, and reviewed more than 500 service provider contracts in the past year and one thing is crystal clear: Enterprises are dissatisfied...

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Networking Challenges in a Galaxy Far, Far Away…

by Andrew Lerner  |  January 11, 2017

This is a Guest Blog from Sanjit Ganguli While watching Rogue One over the holidays with my kids, I was left wondering about a glaring oddity in the Star Wars...

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Making networks more "Googley"

by Andrew Lerner  |  November 29, 2016

We all know that the hyperscale companies like Google, Amazon and Facebook operate very differently from traditional IT shops. The general consensus is that 99% of what they do has...

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The Internet just got punched in the face

by Andrew Lerner  |  October 28, 2016

This is a guest blog from Bob Gill Every so often, an event occurs to remind us that the Internet is open to anyone (almost), owned and controlled by no...

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Shift Network Spend From Premium Products to Premium People

by Andrew Lerner  |  September 27, 2016

Being in charge of the enterprise network can be tough, as networking teams are constantly being asked to deliver new services to the business in reduced timeframes, and at lower...

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