New Online Magazine Covers All Things Infrastructure
Press, pundits, prognosticators, analysts and other influencers gravitate to the hip segments of the market.
The buzz about cyber security, mobility, cloud, big data, Web 2.0 and analytics hurtles at technology buyers with a near-deafening roar. Yet, ironically, the core asset required to deliver any and all of these solutions often receives little in the way of attention.
Make no mistake, enterprises and services providers are only as competent, scalable and secure as their network infrastructure.
That’s why Strategic Communications Group (Strategic) has partnered with Juniper Networks to publish The Modern Network, a new online magazine that reports on the trends, issues and technologies relevant for government agencies and companies that seek to optimize their network.
Publishing new and insightful articles twice a week, The Modern Network will feature exclusive interviews with executive level technology decision-makers, subject matter experts from leading vendors and others who shape the landscape. Articles will emphasize best practices, lessons learned and other strategies an organization can employ to enhance the strength of their core.
I’ve included below links to two recent articles published by The Modern Network’s editorial staff. Are you interested in contributing? Do you have an idea for a story? Contact the publication at this link.
Following decades of unbridled ‘organic’ growth, government agencies find themselves with large IT infrastructures and more data centers than they realistically need. With the federal budget tight, agencies are scrambling to identify efficiencies and cut costs any way possible – and their sprawling collection of data centers are in the crosshairs.
There are new technologies that are making the data center more efficient, automating processes and effectively reducing the cost to both provision and run data center for federal agencies.
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