From Network World: What is NAS and how do NAS servers excel at corralling unstructured data?

Network-attached storage (NAS) is a category of file-level storage that’s connected to a network and enables data access and file sharing across a heterogeneous client and server environment.“Ideally, NAS is platform- and OS-independent, appears…

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From Network World: IDG Contributor Network: AI, machine learning and your access network

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are two of the latest networking buzzwords being thrown around the industry. The problem is many enterprise network managers remain confused about the real value of these vastly useful technologies.E…

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From Network World: Linux command history: Choosing what to remember and how

Linux history — the record of commands that you’ve used on the command line — can simplify repeating commands and provide some very useful information when you’re trying to track down how recent system or account changes might have come abou…

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From Network World: Juniper Networks expands multi-cloud connectivity portfolio

Juniper Networks has announced an expanded portfolio of products for companies to become “multi-cloud ready,â€� unifying both the public cloud and on-premises computing resources.The new offerings don’t just connect the data center to the cloud;…

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