Special Report: Networks

In last month's networks special report, we looked at how IT managers could optimise network efficiency yet keep cost down and...

In last month's networks special report, we looked at how IT managers could optimise network efficiency yet keep cost down and end-users happy. This week, we look at up and coming networking technologies.

Our exclusive research on convergence shows that whilst the technology is here, the IT director will have to work hard to persuade the board of its business benefits and it won't happen overnight. Finally, we assess development in local area network technologies and find out how the London Internet Exchange Point adopted a 10 Gigabit Ethernet.

Your office could be anywhere
Increased mobility and demands from greater security will be network managers' major headaches in future.
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Convergence: Signs are good, but take-up is slow
An exclusive survey of Computer Weekly readers shows that work needs to be done to convince business of the benefits of convergence.
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To the network and beyond
The networking industry has been tremendously innovative in the past 30 years, and it is promising even more sophisticated technologies in the next two. Danny Bradbury boldly goes where no firewall has ever gone before.
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