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Veracode Secure Development Survey
Learn not only how developers are responding to application security trends, but also what vulnerabilities are of top concern, the risk of open-source components, insight into security during the app lifecycle, and more. Published by: Veracode, Inc.
Competitive Battlecard: Brocade + Ruckus vs. Cisco
In this white paper, discover a detailed comparison of top vendors Brocade and Ruckus Wireless and Cisco. Learn which provider can help your clients deliver great user experience, reduce operational costs, and improve business outcomes by simplifying and securing wired and wireless networks end-to-end. Published by: Brocade
Deal with Cloud Network Infrastructure Challenges and Reap Rewards
Cloud-based networking is a fundamental element of corporate IT now. Learn which technologies networking pros need to smooth the way. Published by: SearchNetworking.com
This Wi-Fi alternative rides on LTE rails

A group that sees enterprises and even consumers setting up their own LTE-like networks now has a formula to work from.

On Tuesday, the MulteFire Alliance announced MulteFire Release 1.0, which defines an LTE-like network that can run entirely on unlicensed spectrum like the frequencies Wi-Fi uses. In some cases, it may be an alternative to Wi-Fi with more capacity, better security and easier handoffs from carrier networks, Alliance President Mazen Chmaytelli says.

Users could include businesses that need highly predictable networks for time-sensitive industrial applications, stadium owners looking for a simpler way to speed up wireless for fans, and eventually consumers networking their homes. But none of these will happen overnight.

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How to avoid public cloud headaches with proper IP address planning
Even if you don't use public cloud services today, there's value in planning for IP addressing in preparation for public cloud integration.
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