This white paper provides an overview of the NetScaler SD-WAN solution available from Citrix. It discusses how NetScaler SD-WAN can improve the reliability, performance and security of business critical applications such as VDI,
After more than half a decade in the making, ARM server chips should have struck gold by now, but they haven't. ARM servers were projected to be approaching a double digit server market share, but they still are virtually non-existent....
This solution brief introduces Citrix NetScaler SD-WAN, a solution that ensures users remain connected at all times -- connected to the data center, the cloud, their applications and each other -- while strengthening network security,
HPE originally pitched its Synergy line of "composable" IT infrastructure as a way to bring the flexibility of cloud services to on-premises systems. Now it's putting those same Synergy components -- and some new ones -- into the...
Microsoft packed SQL Server 2016 with new advanced features that are supposed to help it compete with a suite of other database software. But some of the most advanced capabilities in the relational database software were restricted...
The Danish agency that supervises agriculture and fisheries uses NetScaler SD-WAN to maintain reliable connectivity for ships at sea. Using this solution from Citrix, users to not have to struggle to stay connected and can focus on
Watch this overview of how Citrix NetScaler SD-WAN allow enterprises to use commodity broadband to build a hybrid WAN that lowers costs while improving application reliability and performance for mobile, remote, and branch users.
Cisco Systems is finding its way into storage through its successful server business. On Tuesday, it’s introducing modular systems that can be deployed with many different combinations of computing and storage capacity.
Attackers are abusing yet another widely used protocol in order to amplify distributed denial-of-service attacks: the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), which is used for directory services on corporate networks.
The maintainers of Linux distributions are rushing to patch a privilege escalation vulnerability that's already being exploited in the wild and poses a serious risk to Linux based servers, desktops and other devices.