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When Samsung, Apple and Ralph Lauren jump on the wearables trend, can enterprise employees be far behind? Also in Searchlight: Dropbox toughs it out as Google, Amazon offer cloud on the cheap; Uber tricks Lyft and other rivals.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has become defined by the perennial refrigerator that orders more milk when you run out. But in this Q&A, one networking pro explains its role in the enterprise and the issues with designing a WLAN to support IoT devices.
IPv6 addresses are four times larger than those based on IPv4, but experts say that doesn't mean IPv6 will slow down routers. In fact, IPv6 routing makes route aggregation simpler, which leads to smaller routing tables.
Bare-metal switching has been considered niche, but Dell's foray into the market suggests other big vendors may soon follow. And while you might worry a bare-metal switch requires a Ph.D. to set up, early adopters say it's not that scary to use.