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Jan 17, 2017

How prepared is your network?

Many companies are not equipped for the metamorphosis about to hit the business world.

Dec 2, 2016

Disruptive tech drives optimisation

Network optimisation resolves issues by improving end-user performance under demanding conditions.


Encrypting data in the cloud

Cloud encryption endeavours to make a company's data unreadable to anyone but the company itself.

Nov 16, 2016

Where's NaaS?

Networking as a service is not yet being provided in SA because of the requirement for long-term connectivity contracts.

Nov 3, 2016

NaaS scores a try

The future of networking is not a former Springbok rugby legend... it's networking as a service.

Jul 19, 2016

The network of the future

Software-defined WANs will change the status quo of networking.

Jul 12, 2016

MPLS is dead. Long live MPLS

How do companies go from multiprotocol label switching to an SD WAN network?

Jun 13, 2016

CDNs fail in enterprise applications

The basic benefit of content delivery network design is usually lost on business-grade applications.

Apr 20, 2016

The latency dilemma

The solution to high latency networks and application performance is as simple as the problem.

Mar 17, 2016

Is optimisation essential?

Network optimisation has evolved from a bandwidth issue to a focus on application performance.

Nov 25, 2015

Speed up your apps: wherever they sit

Businesses are drawn to the myriad benefits gained when consuming their business-critical applications from global cloud infrastructures, says EOH Cloud Services' Stuart Hardy.

May 28, 2015

Future of business is in connectivity

Looking ahead, companies will only invest in solutions that support collaboration and scale across all platforms, says Stuart Hardy, business unit manager at EOH Network Solutions.

Stuart Hardy
business development director of EOH Global Networks Division UK.

Stuart Hardy is business development director of EOH Global Networks Division UK. Hardy has spent 20 years in the South African telecommunications market working at executive level in and with South African telecoms companies. He is responsible for developing EOH’s global network and for driving global application and global WAN optimisation for EOH out of the UK.