Posts By Aidan Lynch

Network capacity planning is an ongoing process that involves continually assessing network utilization, traffic volumes, and traffic type to identify shortcomings like performance chokepoints that can affect the end-user’s experience. Without investing in capacity planning measures, organizations risk decreased employee productivity from degraded network performance, Service-Level Agreements not being met, and ultimately a poor experience […]

Turbulent – the word most people use to describe the last 12 months. The nicely protected corporate networks have been turned inside-out by the effects of the global pandemic. Unplanned, universal remote working has put every employee outside of the trusted network perimeter, including the IT team, creating a host of new challenges – and […]

Traffic visibility in AWS Cloud

VIAVI Observer support for Amazon VPC Traffic Mirroring ensures customers never have to compromise on service level visibility or cybersecurity awareness when migrating services to the cloud In my 20 years of network management experience, I’ve watched businesses and organizations transition more and more of their services to the cloud. That migration, already accelerating in […]

Network Analytics: Driving Insights, Integrity, and Innovation

For those organizations pursuing an aggressive digital transformation, heightened network visibility and control has become a critical success factor. For less aggressive digital transformers, the COVID-19 experience has served notice that more timely and precise monitoring and management of the network is required both during and after the pandemic. Here at IDC, we’ve been monitoring […]

Listen to your network.

Travel and other restrictions are preventing us from meeting you in person, but we’ve come up with the next best thing – our unique virtual roadshow! This is not just another webinar dressed up as an event – we have been working hard to bring you an online event with everything you’d expect from an […]

Act Like Youve Been Hacked

In the first half of 2020, IT teams around the globe rapidly responded to unprecedented change, threw the rule book out the window (in many cases), and found innovative and in some cases unorthodox ways to keep the business running while transitioning into some ill-defined “new normal”. This upheaval created opportunities that cybercriminals were eager […]

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