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  • DevOps

Is It Safe-to-Fail for DevOps?

By |May 17th, 2017|

For organizations like yours, the upside of DevOps is clear: increased productivity, faster time to deployment and accelerated remediation. As these stats from Puppet's 2016 State of DevOps report show, high-achieving IT organizations understand the need for speed.

  • DoctorsandNurse

Service Assurance & the Digital Transformation in the Health Care Industry

By |May 15th, 2017|

Today’s health groups, hospitals, clinics and ambulatory surgical centers treat more patients than ever before. One in 8 people globally is age 60 or over; by 2050, that statistic will be 1 in 5.

  • IoT and Blockchain

Could IoT and Blockchain Be the Next Big Thing?

By |May 11th, 2017|

A drug prescribed to a patient becomes visible to all relevant providers, regardless of electronic health record (EHR) systems compatibility. A connected car automatically pays for tolls and parking, and it uses barcode technology to open its trunk to receive a dropped-off package. A Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) station offers any kind of transportation to passengers and […]

  • Jim McNiel

Engage with NETSCOUT Thought Leaders at these Industry Events

By |April 19th, 2017|

View our NETSCOUT speaking platform and meet our experts at these venues .

  • Digital Middleman

As Cloud Becomes Retail’s Digital Middleman, Service Assurance Matters More Than Ever

By |March 21st, 2017|

In July 2016, you may have heard that Nordstrom acquired a minority stake in a company called DS Co. DS Co. offers supply chain software called Dsco, which acts as a digital middleman between suppliers and the retailers who sell their products.

When retailers like Nordstrom display supplier inventory, and then ask suppliers to drop […]

  • UCandC

UC&C: Stay Connected with Service Assurance

By |February 1st, 2017|

Even though most enterprises have deployed some type of unified communication and collaboration (UC&C) solution, many fail to get the most from their investment. Art Schoeller, VP and principal analyst for Forrester Research, estimates that 38 percent of users are unaware of the UC&C features they have, and 24 percent aren’t convinced that unified communications […]

  • artificial intelligence

A Portent for Computing and Society

By |February 1st, 2017|

Just recently I wrote an article for Venture Beat where I retold the story of the chess playing king and the traveling sage. The sage, in return for beating the king at chess, requests that the king pays his reward in rice. 1 grain on the first square of the board, 2 on the second, […]

Algorithms and Data Replace People, the Need for Service Assurance Increases

By |December 22nd, 2016|

Machine learning is programmatic at heart. It typically starts with a large amount of data that’s been organized by people. This might be tagged photos, for example. The program analyzes the data closely and sniffs out patterns that correlate with human-made patterns. After it does this, it tests those patterns on different data sets. Most […]

  • Unconnected chatty devices

Unconnected Chatty Devices

By |October 26th, 2016|

We all do it. We know we do it. And we think nothing of it. We bring our mobile devices with us wherever we go, including the office. But we don’t use them most of the time. They just sit there disconnected from the wireless LAN, waiting for us to use them on the cellular […]

  • Presidential Debate

AirCheck Sparks a Debate at the Presidential Debate

By |September 28th, 2016|

The Wi-Fi access at the presidential debate has sparked quite the discussion online for techies, journalists and publications. It kicked off with the tweet by Ken Vogel from Politico who was in attendance featuring a photo of NETSCOUT’s AirCheck Wi-Fi Tester. IT pros are focusing the discussion on whether or not a network owner has […]