Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to IPV6 migration
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The switch from IPv4 to IPv6 began on 6 June 2012, but surprisingly few organisations have done enough to prepare for the transition. The 32-bit IPv4 address space supports 4.3 billion addresses which are rapidly running out – eventually organisations will need to migrate to IPv6. This guide takes you through the steps you need to take and explains the potential impact on your business.  Access >>>

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  • How to manage the IPv6 transition
  • Smart cities thinking out of the box
  • The value of IPv6 to the enterprise
  • How to upgrade to IPv6

 

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