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Microsegmentation

by Andrew Lerner  |  March 21, 2017

Microsegmentation is a hot topic, and is one of the top-three inquiry subjects for Gartner clients regarding cloud security. I’m not a security analyst, but microsegmentation comes up quite a...

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Saving Money on the Network is Cool Too

by Andrew Lerner  |  May 19, 2016

In the networking space, cool new(ish) technology and shiny new objects grab most of the media headlines, but saving money is cool too (especially considering that legacy often runs the...

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Networking Hype Cycle

by Andrew Lerner  |  July 28, 2015

We just published the 2015 Networking and Communications Hype Cycle which tracks and analyzes the 35 most important networking technologies, product categories and services that network planners must account for....

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Network Downtime

by Andrew Lerner  |  July 11, 2014

The most important aspect of nearly every network is availability. Performance, scalability, management, agility, etc. all require the network to actually be online.  In conversations with Gartner clients, availability often comes...

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Legacy Runs the World

by Andrew Lerner  |  May 1, 2014

A few days ago, fellow Gartner analyst Gunnar Berger (@gunnarwb) tweeted:  “Legacy Runs the World”.  This really struck a chord with me both as an analyst and my prior life running...

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