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Transformation or Just an Incremental Improvement?

by Andrew Lerner  |  March 2, 2018

There are certain terms in networking that are widely over-used, we’ve all heard them: transformation, innovation, software-defined, dynamic, integrated, zero touch provisioning (if you have to physically install something, by...

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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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