Canadian IT departments are quickly realizing the move to IPv6 is a matter of urgency, which is why expertIP asked Ryan B. Patrick to speak with Latif Ladid, president of the IPv6 Forum.
In a wide-ranging interview, Ladid touched on many of the major issues around IPv6 that will occupy the minds and resources of technology professionals in 2013 and beyond. Read the complete series here.
The IPv6 Forum president’s advice for Canadian network managers
Latif Ladid has been warning about the dangers of not moving to the Web’s new addressing system for years. Why he’s still not backing down. First in a series
The missing link between IPv6 adoption and innovation
The second installment of our five-part interview with Latif Ladid focuses on how to get the buy-in you need to put adoption of the new addressing system on the IT department priority list
Why IPv6 security means rethinking the network perimeter
Our interview series with IPv6 Forum president Latif Ladid continues with a discussion of the safety implications of transitioning to the Web’s new addressing system
IPv6 transitions begin with these best practices
The fourth in our series of conversations with IPv6 Forum president Latif Ladid looks at what’s different about moving to the next-generation addressing system, and what isn’t
Why the Web may not be kind to IPv6 laggards
Our series of conversations with IPv6 Forum president Latif Ladid concludes with a look at where adoption will lead in 2013 and the realities of “address exhaustion”
Learn more by downloading our free white paper, ‘Planning the Transition to IPv6,’ today.
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