SD-WAN is designed for modern business. With it, you can apply software-defined principles to automate, optimize, and accelerate application performance over the WAN to meet business outcomes. Quite simply, SD-WAN is one of the smartest ways to modernize connectivity to the branch office and bring end-to-end simplicity across the network. … [Read more...] about 6 Ways SD-WAN Redefines Branch Office Networking
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Confused about SD-WAN? This eBook was created with CIOs in mind. Download the concise guide, Software-Defined WAN For Dummies, and learn everything you need to know about SD-WAN! This free eBook is brought to you by CBTS and it's partner VeloCloud. … [Read more...] about Understanding SD-WAN best practices
Devon Delfino, provided by Published 11:22 am CDT, Tuesday, April 30, 2019 Shutterstock Google Photos lets you store, share, view, and edit photos and videos, and includes an AI-powered assistant to help manage your media. It works for both Android and iOS devices, and provides an automatic backup for your media. Google Photos can be free with unlimited storage — but there are caveats. Those who can't stick to them can opt to upgrade and pay a monthly fee. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Launched in 2015, Google Photos is a tool that can store photos, videos and screenshots taken by your phone. It's a solid media backup to have at your disposal. And, because it's a cloud-based tool, it can free up space on your phone. Plus, it works on both Android and iOS devices. Here are a few more things to know about the popular photo-backup platform: Google Photos: The basics Google Photos users can upload new photos, view, edit, save and create … [Read more...] about ‘How does Google Photos work?’: Everything you need to know about Google’s photo storage app
We all know the Oscars — well, the Academy Awards — but how does it actually work? The ceremony of the world’s leading film organisation, the Academy of Motion Pictures of Arts and Sciences, was first held in 1929. It took another decade for the "Oscar" nickname to appear. Academy members vote for the best in 17 sections: actors and directors, but also makeup, sound effects and editing. A film must meet many criteria to be considered worthy of an Oscar nomination. It has to be longer than 40 minutes and meet the Academy's technical requirements, be released during the previous year and shown in a commercial theatre in the US County of Los Angeles for at least a week while being advertised “in a manner normal and customary to theatrical feature distribution practices”. Only if it meets all these criteria can the film be submitted, and if accepted, the film will feature on the Reminder List of Eligible Releases, which is then sent by the Academy to its … [Read more...] about How does a film win an Oscar?
0 Have your say Major changes to the ticketing system for train travel in Britain have been proposed to end the need for split ticketing. Here are some of the key questions around the plan:What is split ticketing?Split ticketing involves buying multiple tickets covering different parts of a journey, rather than one ticket. Why does this happen?Passengers do this to save money. Britain's complicated rail ticketing system means it can be cheaper to buy tickets from A to B and B to C, even if you are travelling on a single train from A to C.How easy is it?Consumer website MoneySavingExpert.com says it normally takes five to 10 minutes for passengers to check if it is worth splitting tickets for their trip.A number of websites have been set up which search the fares database to find the cheapest option. Some of these take a cut of the saving.What savings are possible? Examples of trips where passengers have reported savings include: - Manchester to Edinburgh split at … [Read more...] about How does split ticketing work?