Posts Tagged ‘Cisco’

IPv6 is coming, for real, likely in 2011, early 2012

Tuesday, October 19, 2010 9:27 Be the first to comment

Now is the time for integrators to ‘get into the back lab and play with IPv6 devices’ By Matt Wickenheiser The demise of Internet Protocol used to mark the address that allows everything from home computers to IP cameras and keypads to connect to the Internet has long been predicted. As more and more devices [...]

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Product certifications to increase in value, necessity

Tuesday, February 23, 2010 14:29 Be the first to comment

Make space on the wall: Product certifications are going to increase in importance and value—and that’s why you’ll need to pay for them By L. Samuel Pfeifle It’s easy to understand the reticence of some security systems integrators to pay for product training. After all, without integrators making sales and installations, where would manufacturers be? [...]

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Evaluating software stability

Tuesday, November 3, 2009 13:27 Be the first to comment

What questions should you be asking your suppliers? By L. Samuel Pfeifle There are two main ways software companies extol their virtues: by highlighting unique and impressive features and by claiming unique stability and reliability. The first of those things you can measure; the company either offers the feature or it doesn’t (whether it works [...]

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