Letter from the Editor
We at WildPackets certainly hope your 2013 was successful and prosperous. Are you ready for 2014?
Based on top networking trends of 2013, 451 Research found security (22 percent) is the top networking pain point, followed by capacity (19 percent), budget (18 percent), network monitoring (13 percent) and wireless (12 percent). We believe this will continue into 2014 and WildPackets is here to help you with your New Year's Work resolution to improve and optimize your networks.
Our first newsletter of 2014 is focused on Network Forensics…a hot topic to address these top networking issues across security, network performance and monitoring and wireless reliability.
We wish you and your organization a happy and prosperous 2014 and hope you can join us for some of our upcoming events and webinars.
Marketing Programs Manager
Product News: Omnipliances for Powerful Real-time Network Analysis and Recording
We introduced a new line of Omnipliance hardware solutions at the end of November. The new family of appliances give IT organizations the network monitoring, recording, and troubleshooting solutions they need to keep up with high-speed networks at 1G, 10G, and 40G. Omnipliances provide 24/7 access to detailed analysis, including forensic analysis of past events, expert analysis for troubleshooting, and critical network metrics. Read more here.
White Paper: Network Forensics 101: Finding the Needle in the Haystack
Network forensics are an important part of business fluidity; they serve as evidence collectors to solve your networking issues. Network forensics make it easier to identify network and security solutions through quicker problem recognition. Whether accidental or malicious, it's best to start capturing the digital evidence to solve any network issue before a specific event actually happens. This guide defines network forensics and explains why every business should utilize them in some capacity. Download the whitepaper.
Upcoming Webinar: Wired and Wireless Network Forensics
Network forensics are not just for security, especially with today's 10G traffic, tomorrow's 40G/100G traffic and new 802.11ac wireless networks with multi-gigabit data rates. Join WildPackets' webinar on Wednesday, January 15, as we examine tips and tricks for using network forensics and debunk many of the myths surrounding its shortcomings. Register for the webinar.
Blog: Four Ways Network Forensics Can Help You
Network forensics is the process of capturing, storing and analyzing network events. The term is often associated with solving network security breaches, but the practice can be used for much more than simply solving security issues. It can also help you with everything from improving network performance to identifying rogue activity. Read to learn how network forensics can help your organization. Read the blog.
- WildPackets upgrades monitoring appliances for 10, 40 GbE networks - SearchNetworking, Chuck Moozakis, November 27, 2013
- Jay Botelho of WildPackets on monitoring enterprise networks, missing 802.11ac in iPad Air - FierceCIO, Paul Mah, November 22, 2013
- New WildPackets Omnipliances Provide 1G, 10G and 40G Analysis - APMdigest, November 22, 2013
- WildPackets gives enterprises improved network analysis - BetaNews, Ian Barker, November 20, 2013.